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Metabolic Imprinting Effect in Beef Production: Effects of Nutrition Manipulation during an Early Growth Stage on Fatty Acid Composition in Longissimus Muscles of Wagyu (Japanese Black)



Metabolic Imprinting Effect in Beef Production: Effects of Nutrition Manipulation during an Early Growth Stage on Fatty Acid Composition in Longissimus Muscles of Wagyu (Japanese Black)



Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease 2: S88-S88




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