A PstI polymorphism at 3′UTR of goat POU1F1 gene and its effect on cashmere production

@article{Lan2008APP,
  title={A PstI polymorphism at 3′UTR of goat POU1F1 gene and its effect on cashmere production},
  author={Xian Yong Lan and Jeffrey H Shu and Honglei Chen and Chuanying Pan and Chuzhao Lei and Xinlei Wang and Sanfeng Liu and Yi Zhang},
  journal={Molecular Biology Reports},
  year={2008},
  volume={36},
  pages={1371-1374}
}
POU1F1 is a positive regulator for prolactin (PRL) whose metabolites may directly or indirectly affect some aspects of the hair growth cycle, therefore, POU1F1 gene is an important candidate gene for cashmere traits selection through marker-assisted selection (MAS). Hence, in this study, the PCR-RFLP method was applied to detect a T>C transition determining a PstI polymorphism at the 3′UTR of POU1F1 locus and evaluate its associations with cashmere traits in 847 Inner Mongolia White Cashmere… CONTINUE READING
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