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L. Q. Han, Pang, K., Li, H. J., Zhu, S. B., Wang, L. F., Wang, Y. B., Yang, G. Q., and Yang, G. Y., Conjugated linoleic acid-induced milk fat reduction associated with depressed expression of lipogenic genes in lactating Holstein mammary glands, vol. 11, pp. 4754-4764, 2012.
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