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- Čepica, S., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Journal of animal breeding and genetics 2006 v.123 no.3 pp. 204-207
- swine; mutation; quantitative trait loci; backfat; thickness; carcass composition; body composition; linkage disequilibrium; insulin-like growth factor II; genetic polymorphism; lean meat; single nucleotide polymorphism; introns; polymerase chain reaction; gene segregation; restriction fragment length polymorphism; genetic markers; genotype
- ... IGF2-in3-G3072A is a causative mutation for paternally expressed quantitative trait loci on the p arm of porcine chromosome 2 with substantial effect on muscle growth and backfat thickness. The linkage disequilibrium between IGF2-in3-G3072A and IGF2-in7-G162C (IGF2-NciI) in four breeds and associations between these polymorphisms and growth and meat performance in pigs of the Large White breed wer ...
- Cepica, S., et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Animal genetics 2002 v.33 no.5 pp. 381
- swine; genes; animal proteins; exons; introns; cytogenetics; chromosome mapping; polymerase chain reaction; genetic polymorphism; alleles; gene frequency
- ... Two-point linkage analysis identified the most significant linkage of the RSTN gene with SWr468 (LOD=15.65; recombinant fraction=0.00). Multipoint linkage analysis was performed in the backcross pedigree. On the basis of 57 informative meioses, the RSTN marker was localized on the USDA-MARC linkage map to SSC2 position 64 Kosambi cM, at the same location as SWR468, SWR1342, SW1655 and SW2193. Sequ ...