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- 2Prasad, Aparna
- 1Amaral, M. Elisabete
- 1Brunner, Ronald M.
- 1Caetano, Alexandre R.
- 1Cai, Zhipeng
- 1Filho, Edson A. R.
- 12N=50 Cytogenetic Map
- 1Beef, dairy, single nucleotide polymorphism, BTA19, BTA29, quantitative trait loci, linkage disequilibrium, radiation hybrid
- 1Bubalus-Bubalis L
Santana, Andre M., Tonhati, Humberto, Greco, Anthony J., Mishra, Bina, Cai, Zhipeng, Kumar, S. T. Bharani, Tantia, Madhu S., Jones, Brittany C., Saradhi, G. Pardha, Miziara, Melissa N., Kumar, M. Aravind, Kochan, Kelli J., Goldammer, Tom, Brunner, Ronald M., Caetano, Alexandre R., Weikard, Rosemarie, Womack, James E., Mathew, Boby, Kumar, Satish, Pelai, Vanderlei A., Filho, Edson A. R., Jeong, Jooha, Prasad, Aparna, Vijh, Ramesh K., Lin, Guohui, Moore, Stephen, Galvao, Stephan R., Mariani, Paola, Grant, Jason R., Stafuzza, Nedenia B., Fornitano, Larissa C., Riggs, Penny K., Stothard, Paul, Amaral, M. Elisabete
Background The recently constructed river buffalo whole-genome radiation hybrid panel (BBURH5000) has already been used to generate preliminary radiation hybrid (RH) maps for several chromosomes, and buffalo-bovine comparative chromosome maps have been constructed. Here, we present the...
Fine scale mapping and association study of economically important traits on chromosomes 19 and 29 in beef and dairy cattleDownload
The objective of this thesis was to construct radiation hybrid (RH) maps and estimate linkage disequilibrium (LD) using high density SNP markers on chromosomes 19 (BTA19) and 29 (BTA29) and use these as a tool to detect QTL in dairy and beef cattle. We have constructed RH maps of BTA19 and BTA29...