Accurate Estimation of Effective Population Size in the Korean Dairy Cattle Based on Linkage Disequilibrium Corrected by Genomic Relationship Matrix

@inproceedings{Shin2013AccurateEO,
  title={Accurate Estimation of Effective Population Size in the Korean Dairy Cattle Based on Linkage Disequilibrium Corrected by Genomic Relationship Matrix},
  author={Dong-hyun Shin and Kwang-hyun Cho and Kyoung-Do Park and Hyun-Jeong Lee and Heebal Kim},
  booktitle={Asian-Australasian journal of animal sciences},
  year={2013}
}
Linkage disequilibrium between markers or genetic variants underlying interesting traits affects many genomic methodologies. In many genomic methodologies, the effective population size (Ne) is important to assess the genetic diversity of animal populations. In this study, dairy cattle were genotyped using the Illumina BovineHD Genotyping BeadChips for over 777,000 SNPs located across all autosomes, mitochondria and sex chromosomes, and 70,000 autosomal SNPs were selected randomly for the final… CONTINUE READING

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