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H. - L. Wu, Tong, C. - C., Li, E., and Luo, T. - L., Insight into gene evolution within Cervidae and Bovidae through genetic variation in MHC-DQA in the black muntjac (Muntiacus crinifrons), vol. 11, pp. 2888-2898, 2012.
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