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S. Z. Wang, Hu, X. X., Wang, Z. P., Li, X. C., Wang, Q. G., Wang, Y. X., Tang, Z. Q., and Li, H., Quantitative trait loci associated with body weight and abdominal fat traits on chicken chromosomes 3, 5 and 7, vol. 11, pp. 956-965, 2012.
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