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QTL Scan for Meat Quality Traits Using High-density SNP Chip Analysis in Cross between Korean Native Pig and Yorkshire
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QTL Scan for Meat Quality Traits Using High-density SNP Chip Analysis in Cross between Korean Native Pig and Yorkshire
Kim, S.W.; Li, X.P.; Lee, Y.M.; Choi, Y.I.; Cho, B.W.; Choi, B.H.; Kim, T.H.; Kim, J.J.; Kim, Kwan-Suk;
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 Abstract
We attempted to generate a linkage map using Illumina Porcine 60K SNP Beadchip genotypes of the offspring from Korean native pig (KNP) crossed with Yorkshire (YS) pig, and to identify quantitative trait loci (QTL) using the line-cross model. Among the genotype information of the 62,136 SNPs obtained from the high-density SNP analysis, 45,308 SNPs were used to select informative markers with allelic frequencies >0.7 between the KNP (n
 Keywords
Illumina Porcine 60K SNP Beadchip;QTL;Meat Quality;Korean Native Pig;Yorkshire Pig;
 Language
English
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