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dPRLR causes differences in immune responses between early and late feathering chickens after ALV-J infection

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Title
dPRLR causes differences in immune responses between early and late feathering chickens after ALV-J infection
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Veterinary Research, January 2022
DOI 10.1186/s13567-021-01016-7
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Guodong Mo, Bowen Hu, Qihong Zhang, Zhuohao Ruan, Wangyu Li, Jiaying Liang, Yizi Shen, Zhixin Mo, Zihao Zhang, Zhuyue Wu, Meiqing Shi, Xiquan Zhang

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#19,173,463
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#1,022
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#388,000
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Outputs of similar age from Veterinary Research
#66
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