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Identification of a G/C transversion polymorphism in intron 38 of the porcine skeletal muscle ryanodine receptor gene


Animal Genetics 27(2): 128-128
Identification of a G/C transversion polymorphism in intron 38 of the porcine skeletal muscle ryanodine receptor gene


Accession: 002863102

PMID: 8856914



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