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P. C. Tizioto, Meirelles, S. L., Tulio, R. R., Rosa, A. N., Alencar, M. M., Medeiros, S. R., Siqueira, F., Feijó, G. L. D., Silva, L. O. C., Júnior, R. A. A. Torres, and Regitano, L. C. A., Candidate genes for production traits in Nelore beef cattle, vol. 11, pp. 4138-4144, 2012.
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