Chung Li Shu

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The systematic comparison of genomic sequences from different organisms represents a central focus of contemporary genome analysis. Comparative analyses of vertebrate sequences can identify coding and conserved non-coding regions, including regulatory elements, and provide insight into the forces that have rendered modern-day genomes. As a complement to(More)
Recent advances in porcine genomics have identified quantitative trait loci (QTL) that influence pork production traits such as carcass traits, meat quality, and reproductive efficiency (Rohrer 2000; Cassady 1999). The low resolution to which most of these loci have been defined precludes the accurate application of markerassisted selection (MAS) strategies(More)
Two 11-fold redundant bacterial artificial chromosome (BAC) libraries (RPCI-32 and CHORI-230) have been constructed to support the rat genome project. The first library was constructed using a male Brown Norway (BN/SsNHsd) rat as a DNA source long before plans for rat genome sequencing had been launched. The second library was prepared from a highly inbred(More)
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