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A bird's-eye overview of molecular mechanisms regulating feed intake in chickens—with mammalian comparisons. / Volyanskaya, Anastasiia r.; Akberdin, Ilya r.; Kulyashov, Mikhail a. и др.

в: Animal Nutrition, Том 17, 01.06.2024, стр. 61-74.

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Harvard

Volyanskaya, AR, Akberdin, IR, Kulyashov, MA, Yevshin, IS, Romanov, MN, Shagimardanova, EI, Gusev, OA & Kolpakov, FA 2024, 'A bird's-eye overview of molecular mechanisms regulating feed intake in chickens—with mammalian comparisons', Animal Nutrition, Том. 17, стр. 61-74. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aninu.2024.01.008

APA

Volyanskaya, A. R., Akberdin, I. R., Kulyashov, M. A., Yevshin, I. S., Romanov, M. N., Shagimardanova, E. I., Gusev, O. A., & Kolpakov, F. A. (2024). A bird's-eye overview of molecular mechanisms regulating feed intake in chickens—with mammalian comparisons. Animal Nutrition, 17, 61-74. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aninu.2024.01.008

Vancouver

Volyanskaya AR, Akberdin IR, Kulyashov MA, Yevshin IS, Romanov MN, Shagimardanova EI и др. A bird's-eye overview of molecular mechanisms regulating feed intake in chickens—with mammalian comparisons. Animal Nutrition. 2024 июнь 1;17:61-74. doi: 10.1016/j.aninu.2024.01.008

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Volyanskaya, Anastasiia r. ; Akberdin, Ilya r. ; Kulyashov, Mikhail a. и др. / A bird's-eye overview of molecular mechanisms regulating feed intake in chickens—with mammalian comparisons. в: Animal Nutrition. 2024 ; Том 17. стр. 61-74.

BibTeX

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