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Structure and functionalities of the human c-reactive protein compared to the zebrafish multigene family of c-reactive-like proteins. Bello, M., Falco, A., Medina Gali, R.M., Encinar, J.A., Novoa, B., Perez, L., Coll, J. Dev Comp Immunol. 2016; 69:33-40.

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