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A genetic linkage map of the bovine genome
A cattle genetic linkage map was constructed which marks about 90% of the expected length of the cattle genome and shows as many differences in gene order compared to humans as is found between humans and mice.
Genetic diversity of Asian water buffalo (Bubalus bubalis): microsatellite variation and a comparison with protein-coding loci.
Twenty-one microsatellite loci in 11 populations of Asian water buffalo were analysed and, within and among populations, genetic variability was compared with results from 25 polymorphicprotein-coding loci, suggesting balancing selection affecting allele frequencies at some protein-c coding loci.
Genetic variation and covariation for growth, parasite resistance and heat tolerance in tropical cattle
Genetic diversity of Asian water buffalo (Bubalus bubalis): mitochondrial DNA D-loop and cytochrome b sequence variation.
- C. H. Lau, R. Drinkwater, K. Yusoff, S. G. Tan, D. Hetzel, J. Barker
- BiologyAnimal genetics
- 1 August 1998
It is hypothesised that the species originated in mainland south-east Asia, and that it spread north to China and west to the Indian subcontinent, where the rive type evolved and was domesticated.
Characterization of 65 bovine microsatellites
Thirty of the bovine-derived microsatellite systems gave specific and polymorphic products in sheep, adding to the number of useful markers in that species.
The conservation of dinucleotide microsatellites among mammalian genomes allows the use of heterologous PCR primer pairs in closely related species.
The development and application of genetic markers for the Kuruma prawn Penaeus japonicus
Response to selection and heritability for growth in the Kuruma prawn, Penaeus japonicus.
Bovine and ovine DNA microsatellites from the EMBL and GENBANK databases.
- S. Moore, W. Barendse, K. T. Berger, S. Armitage, D. Hetzel
- Biology, MedicineAnimal genetics
- 24 April 2009
These data define 11 bovine and 8 ovine microsatellite systems which are associated with known genes and are thus useful for comparative mapping studies.
Physically mapped, cosmid-derived microsatellite markers as anchor loci on bovine chromosomes
The polymorphic and chromosomally mapped loci can be used to physically anchor other bovine polymorphic markers by linkage analysis and confirmed a probable case of false synteny, and placed two formerly unassigned syntenic groups on specific chromosomes.