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Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) based on high throughput SNP genotyping technologies open a broad avenue for exploring genes associated with milk production traits in dairy cattle. Motivated by pinpointing novel quantitative trait nucleotide (QTN) across Bos Taurus genome, the present study is to perform GWAS to identify genes affecting milk(More)
CD4+ T cells play a key role in the immune response of pathogen-induced mastitis in dairy cattle. Mammary gland factor STAT5b is involved in the regulation of CD4+T cell differentiation during inflammatory response and milk production. Little is known about the genetic variation effects of bovine CD4 and STAT5b genes on somatic cell score (SCS) and milk(More)
BACKGROUND Genomic breeding value estimation is the key step in genomic selection. Among many approaches, BLUP methods and Bayesian methods are most commonly used for estimating genomic breeding values. Here, we applied two BLUP methods, TABLUP and GBLUP, and three Bayesian methods, BayesA, BayesB and BayesCπ, to the common dataset provided by the 15th(More)
BACKGROUND The mixed model based single locus regression analysis (MMRA) method was used to analyse the common simulated dataset of the 15th QTL-MAS workshop to detect potential significant association between single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) and the simulated trait. A Wald chi-squared statistic with df =1 was employed as test statistic and the(More)
Bovine mastitis is a typical inflammatory disease causing seriously economic loss. Genome-wide association study (GWAS) can be a powerful method to promote marker assistant selection of this kind of complex disease. The present study aimed to analyze and identify single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) and candidate genes that associated with mastitis(More)
A facilely prepared fluorescent sensor was developed for dopamine (DA) detection with high sensitivity and selectivity based on polypyrrole/graphene quantum dots (PPy/GQDs) core/shell hybrids. The composites exhibit strong fluorescence emission, which is dramatically enhanced as high as three times than pristine GQDs. The prepared sensor allows a highly(More)
Highly dispersed polypyrrole nanowires are decorated on reduced graphene oxide sheets using a facile in situ synthesis route. The prepared composites exhibit high dispersibility, large effective surface area, and high electric conductivity. All-solid-state flexible supercapacitors are assembled based on the prepared composites, which show excellent(More)
Adhesion protein MSG1 mediating adherence to porcine erythrocytes in Mycoplasma suis (M. suis) invasion has been identified previously. In order to determine the host membrane proteins that interact with MSG1, recombinant His-tagged MSG1 (rMSG1) was used to screen for interacting proteins in the protein extracts of porcine erythrocyte membrane. Potential(More)
Genotype imputation is commonly used as an initial step in genomic selection since the accuracy of genomic selection does not decline if accurately imputed genotypes are used instead of actual genotypes but for a lower cost. Performance of imputation has rarely been investigated in crossbred animals and, in particular, in pigs. The extent and pattern of(More)
Background: Genomic breeding value estimation is the key step in genomic selection. Among many approaches, BLUP methods and Bayesian methods are most commonly used for estimating genomic breeding values. Here, we applied two BLUP methods, TABLUP and GBLUP, and three Bayesian methods, BayesA, BayesB and BayesCπ, to the common dataset provided by the 15(More)