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Identification of key genes and pathways associated with feed efficiency of native chickens based on transcriptome data via bioinformatics analysis

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Title
Identification of key genes and pathways associated with feed efficiency of native chickens based on transcriptome data via bioinformatics analysis
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BMC Genomics, April 2020
DOI 10.1186/s12864-020-6713-y
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Lei Yang, Tingting He, Fengliang Xiong, Xianzhen Chen, Xinfeng Fan, Sihua Jin, Zhaoyu Geng

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#12,251,227
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