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Characterization of the equine skeletal muscle transcriptome identifies novel functional responses to exercise training

By Beatrice A McGivney, Paul A McGettigan, John A Browne, Alexander CO Evans, Rita G Fonseca, Brendan J Loftus, Amanda Lohan, David E MacHugh, Barbara A Murphy, Lisa M Katz and Emmeline W Hill
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