Compilation of a panel of informative single nucleotide polymorphisms for bovine identification in the Northern Irish cattle population

@article{Allen2009CompilationOA,
  title={Compilation of a panel of informative single nucleotide polymorphisms for bovine identification in the Northern Irish cattle population},
  author={Adrian R. Allen and M Taylor and Brian McKeown and April I Curry and John F Lavery and A. R. Mitchell and David I. Hartshorne and Rudolf Fries and Robin A. Skuce},
  journal={BMC Genetics},
  year={2009},
  volume={11},
  pages={5 - 5}
}
BackgroundAnimal identification is pivotal in governmental agricultural policy, enabling the management of subsidy payments, movement of livestock, test scheduling and control of disease. Advances in bovine genomics have made it possible to utilise inherent genetic variability to uniquely identify individual animals by DNA profiling, much as has been achieved with humans over the past 20 years. A DNA profiling test based on bi-allelic single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) markers would offer… 

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