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A robust linkage map of the porcine autosomes based on gene-associated SNPs

By Rikke KK Vingborg, Vivi R Gregersen, Bujie Zhan, Frank Panitz, Anette Høj, Kirsten K Sørensen, Lone B Madsen, Knud Larsen, Henrik Hornshøj, Xuefei Wang and Christian Bendixen
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