A porcine BAC library with tenfold genome coverage: a resource for physical and genetic map integration

@article{Fahrenkrug2001APB,
  title={A porcine BAC library with tenfold genome coverage: a resource for physical and genetic map integration},
  author={Scott C. Fahrenkrug and Gary A. Rohrer and Bradley A. Freking and Timothy L Smith and Kazutoyo Osoegawa and Chung Li Shu and Joseph J. Catanese and Pieter J. de Jong},
  journal={Mammalian Genome},
  year={2001},
  volume={12},
  pages={472-474}
}
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 for increasing production efficiency. Large-insert genomic libraries are an excellent resource for marker development aimed at increasing… CONTINUE READING

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