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M. Cervantes-Ramírez, Mendez-Trujillo, V., Araiza-Piña, B. A., Barrera-Silva, M. A., González-Mendoza, D., and Morales-Trejo, A., Supplemental leucine and isoleucine affect expression of cationic amino acid transporters and myosin, serum concentration of amino acids, and growth performance of pigs, vol. 12, pp. 115-126, 2013.
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