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Ewart, K.M., Lightson, A.L., Sitam, F.T., Rovie-Ryan, J.J., Mather, N. and McEwing, R., (2020). Expediting the sampling, decalcification, and forensic DNA analysis of large elephant ivory seizures to aid investigations and prosecutions. Forensic Science International: Genetics44, p.102187.

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