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An Assessment of Population Structure in Eight Breeds of Cattle Using a Whole Genome SNP PanelDownload
Schnabel, R. D., Wang, Z., Taylor, J. F., Gill, C. A., Van Tassell, C. P., Gao, C., Aerts, J., Williams, J. L., Neto, E. D., Murdoch, B. M., Matukumalli, L. K., Coppieters, W., McKay, S. D., Mannenl, H., Crews, D., Moore, S. S.
Background Analyses of population structure and breed diversity have provided insight into the origin and evolution of cattle. Previously, these studies have used a low density of microsatellite markers, however, with the large number of single nucleotide polymorphism markers that are now...
High density linkage disequilibrium maps of chromosome 14 in Holstein and Angus cattle
Background Linkage disequilibrium (LD) maps can provide a wealth of information on specific marker-phenotype relationships, especially in areas of the genome where positional candidate genes with similar functions are located. A recently published high resolution radiation hybrid map of bovine...
Whole Genome Linkage Disequilibrium Maps in Cattle
Schnabel, R. D., Wang, Z., Mannenl, H., Gill, C. A., Van Tassell, C. P., Gao, C., Aerts, J., Williams, J. L., Neto, E. D., Moore, S. S., Matukumalli, L. K., Coppieters, W., McKay, S. D., Taylor, J. F., Crews, D., Murdoch, B. M.
Background Bovine whole genome linkage disequilibrium maps were constructed for eight breeds of cattle. These data provide fundamental information concerning bovine genome organization which will allow the design of studies to associate genetic variation with economically important traits and...