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Extracellular Matrix Peptides of Artemia Cyst Shell Participate in Protecting Encysted Embryos from Extreme Environments

By Li Dai, Dian-Fu Chen, Yu-Lei Liu, Yang Zhao, Fan Yang, Jin-Shu Yang and Wei-Jun Yang
Topics: Research Article
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