Contributions to Zoology, 84 (3) – 2015Camille Meslin; Michel Laurin; Isabelle Callebaut; Xavier Druart; Philippe Monget: Evolution of species-specific major seminal fluid proteins in placental mammals by gene death and positive selection

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