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J. Eckardt, S. Kluth, C. Dierks, U. Philipp and O. Distl comment
  1. Judith Eckardt,
  2. Susanne Kluth,
  3. Claudia Dierks and
  4. Ute Philipp
  1. Institute for Animal Breeding and Genetics, University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, Hannover, Germany
  1. e-mail: judith.eckardt{at}tiho-hannover.de

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