Accuracy of genomic prediction using low-density marker panels.

  title={Accuracy of genomic prediction using low-density marker panels.},
  author={Zebin Zhang and Xiuyun Ding and J Liu and Qiaoyun Zhang and D-J de Koning},
  journal={Journal of dairy science},
  volume={94 7},
Genomic selection has been widely implemented in national and international genetic evaluation in the dairy cattle industry, because of its potential advantages over traditional selection methods and the availability of commercial high-density (HD) single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) panels. However, this method may not be cost-effective for cow selection and for other livestock species, because the cost of HD SNP panels is still relatively high. One possible solution that can enable other… CONTINUE READING
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