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The temperature dependence of the zero-bias conductance of the graphene-based, ballistic junction composed of the three consecutive regions: normal, with potential barrier (insulating) and superconducting (NIS), is analyzed within the extended BlonderTinkhamKlapwijk approach. Within this approach we have found that oscillatory behavior of the conductance as a function of barrier strength is suppressed by the temperature the amplitude diminishes with heating up the junction. Moreover, thedoi:10.12693/aphyspola.126.a-36 fatcat:w4havq3fovdr3lxryodskbzyzq