Effect of Breed on Transcriptional and Protein Expression of Lipogenic Enzymes in Tail and Subcutaneous Adipose Tissue from Two Grazing Breeds of Lambs

@article{Gallardo2019EffectOB,
  title={Effect of Breed on Transcriptional and Protein Expression of Lipogenic Enzymes in Tail and Subcutaneous Adipose Tissue from Two Grazing Breeds of Lambs},
  author={M. Gallardo and L. Arias-Darraz and J. C{\'a}rcamo},
  journal={Animals : an Open Access Journal from MDPI},
  year={2019},
  volume={9}
}
Simple Summary An experiment to determine the effect of sheep breed on subcutaneous fatty acid composition was carried out at the Butalcura Research Station, Chiloé, Chile. To this end, two breeds of lambs were challenged to graze a typical, naturalized pasture of the Chiloé Archipelago, Chile, from 60 d to 120 d after birth. The animals were sacrificed to collect samples from subcutaneous fat (SCF) from the back, and tail fat (TF) to determine the effect of breed on transcriptional expression… Expand

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