Martyna Bieniek-Kobuszewska

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This is a pioneer study of single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) within the entire promoter region (1204 bp) of the dominant pPAG2-L subfamily in the pig. The pPAG2-L subfamily was sequenced/examined using genomic deoxyribonucleic acid (gDNA) templates of crossbreed pigs (Landrace x Large White), and compared to two bacterial artificial chromosome (BAC)(More)
This study describes the identification and a broad-based characterization of the pregnancy-associated glycoprotein (PAG) genes expressed in the synepitheliochorial placenta of the Alces alces (Aa; N = 51). We used: (1) both size measurements (cm) of various Aa embryos/fetuses (crown-rump length) and placentomes (PLCs); (2) PCR, Southern and sequencing; (3)(More)
The pregnancy-associated glycoprotein-like family (PAG-L) is a large group of chorionic products, expressed in the pre-placental trophoblast and later in the post-implantational chorionic epithelium, and are involved in proper placenta development and embryo-maternal interaction in eutherians. This study describes identification of the PAG-L family in the(More)
This is the first study describing identification of SNPs within the multiple and polymorphic Pregnancy-Associated Glycoprotein gene family (PAGs) in the genome of the domestic pig (pPAGs). We identified pPAG-like (pPAG-L) genotypes in primiparous and multiparous farmed hybrid-line JSR Hirschmann (Hrn) sows (N=159), in which various novel associations with(More)
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