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Z. J. Liu, Lv, Y. J., Zhang, M., Yue, Z. H., Tang, S., Islam, A., Rehana, B., Bao, E. D., and Hartung, J., Hsp110 expression changes in rat primary myocardial cells exposed to heat stress in vitro, vol. 11, pp. 4728-4738, 2012.
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