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- Sabyasachi Mukherjee; Anupama Mukherjee; Rahul Singh Jasrotia; Sarika Jaiswal; M.A. Iquebal; Imsusosang Longkumer; Moonmoon Mech; Kezhavituo Vüpru; Kobu Khate; Chandan Rajkhowa; Anil Rai; Dinesh Kumar
- Genomics 2020 v.112 no.1 pp. 252-262
- Bos frontalis; altitude; average daily gain; cattle; cell proliferation; enzymes; feed conversion; gene expression regulation; gene regulatory networks; genetic improvement; genetic markers; genomics; immunosuppression; longissimus muscle; meat; microRNA; microsatellite repeats; mithuns; muscle development; muscle tissues; sequence analysis; transcription factors; transcriptome; unigenes
- ... A massive bovine, Bos frontalis, also known as Mithun or Gayal, found at higher altitude is very promising meat and milk animal. For candidate gene and marker discovery, RNA-seq data was generated from longissimus dorsi muscle tissues with Illumina-HiSeq. Such markers can be used in future for genetic gain of traits like feed conversion efficiency (FCE) and average daily gain (ADG). Analysis revea ...
- Yayuan Yang; Ling Han; Qunli Yu; Yongfang Gao; Rende Song; Suonan Zhao
- Meat science 2020 v.162 pp. 108019
- altitude; bioinformatics; energy metabolism; enzymes; gene expression regulation; glycolysis; longissimus muscle; muscle protein; phosphoproteins; protein phosphorylation; protein synthesis; proteomics; yaks
- ... Yaks in high altitude regions display good adaptability to hypoxic environment. However, the mechanism involved in regulating muscle protein expression in hypoxic environment is not completely clear yet. To explore the mechanisms modulating postmortem alterations, quantitative phosphoproteomic analysis was performed on muscles of yaks raised at two different altitudes. The results indicated that 4 ...