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Evaluation of six single nucleotide polymorphisms for bovine traceability in the context of the argentine-chinese beef trade

  title={Evaluation of six single nucleotide polymorphisms for bovine traceability in the context of the argentine-chinese beef trade},
  author={Mar{\'i}a Ver{\'o}nica Ripoli and S. Wei and Andres Rogberg Mu{\~n}oz and Boli Guo and Daniel Estanislao Goszczynski and Mar{\'i}a Elena Fern{\'a}ndez and Lilia Magdalena Melucci and Juan Pedro Lir{\'o}n and Edgardo Leopoldo Villarreal and Y. -M. Wei and Guillermo Giovambattista},
  journal={BAG. Journal of basic and applied genetics},
Genetic traceability refers to methods associated with the identification of animals and their products through DNA characterization of individuals, breeds or species. To trace breeds, it is necessary to define the breed groups to analyze, and the most appropriate molecular marker set. The selection of genetic markers depends on the gene frequency distribution, the genetic distance among breeds and the presence of private alleles. In this study, we assessed six single nucleotide polymorphisms… 

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