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Molecular evolution of Trichuris muris isolated from different Muridae hosts in Europe

Bibliographic reference Callejón, Rocio ; de Rojas, Manuel ; Nieberding, Caroline ; Foronda, Pilar ; Feliú, Carlos ; et. al. Molecular evolution of Trichuris muris isolated from different Muridae hosts in Europe. In: Parasitology Research, Vol. 107, no. 3, p. 631-41 (2010)
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