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Comparison of Stress Response in Diallel Crossed Korean Domestic Chicken Breeds
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  • Journal title : Korean Journal of Poultry Science
  • Volume 43, Issue 2,  2016, pp.77-88
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Poultry Science
  • DOI : 10.5536/KJPS.2016.43.2.77
 Title & Authors
Comparison of Stress Response in Diallel Crossed Korean Domestic Chicken Breeds
Cho, Eun Jung; Park, Ji Ae; Choi, Eun Sik; Sohn, Sea Hwan;
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 Abstract
To establish a new synthetic Korean meat chicken breed, we tested diallel cross mating experiment with domestic chicken breeds. Comparing stress responses among diallel crossed chicken breeds, we analyzed telomere length, DNA damage and expressions of heat shock protein genes (HSPs) as the markers of the stress response. The telomere length was measured by quantitative fluorescence in situ hybridization on the nuclei of lymphocytes. The expression levels of HSP-70, and genes were analyzed by quantitative real-time polymerase chain reaction in lymphocytes. The DNA damage rate of lymphocytes was quantified by the comet assay known as the single cell gel electrophoresis. In results, there were significant differences in the values of the stress markers such as telomere length, HSPs and DNA damage rate, and also were significant differences in viabilities and body weights among the diallel crossed chicken breeds. The telomere shortening rate, expression values of HSPs and DNA damage rate were significant low in W and Y crossed chickens compare to the others, but GG pure breed showed the highest values in the 25 crossed chickens. Estimating correlation coefficient, the survival rate positively correlated to telomere length, but negatively correlated to the expression levels of HSP-70, , genes and to the value of % DNA in tail as DNA damage rate. The expression levels of HSP-70, and genes of dead chickens had significantly higher than those of survival chickens. According to the results on the stress marker analysis, it would be considered that the crossed breeds had more stress resistant than the pure breeds, and the crossed chickens with a light strain such as W or Y were relatively resistant to stress, but the crossed chickens with a heavy strain such as G, H, F were susceptible to stress.
 Keywords
domestic chicken;diallel cross;stress response;telomere;DNA damage;HSPs;
 Language
Korean
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