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A selected population study reveals the biochemical mechanism of intramuscular fat deposition in chicken meat

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Title
A selected population study reveals the biochemical mechanism of intramuscular fat deposition in chicken meat
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Journal of Animal Science and Biotechnology, May 2022
DOI 10.1186/s40104-022-00705-3
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Huanxian Cui, Lu Liu, Xiaojing Liu, Yongli Wang, Na Luo, Xiaodong Tan, Yuting Zhu, Ranran Liu, Guiping Zhao, Jie Wen

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