Genomic diversity and Population Structure of Ugandan Taurine and Zebuine Cattle Breeds

@inproceedings{Colli2015GenomicDA,
  title={Genomic diversity and Population Structure of Ugandan Taurine and Zebuine Cattle Breeds},
  author={Licia Colli and Marco Milanesi and Lorenzo Bomba and Elia Vajana and R. Negrini and Elisa Eufemi and S. Capomaccio and Raffaele Mazza and Andrea Stella and St{\'e}phane Joost and Sylvie Stucki and Pierre Taberlet and François Pompanon and Fred Kabi and Vincent B. Muwanika and Paolo Ajmone-Marsan},
  year={2015}
}
An extensive sampling of Ugandan cattle was carried out in the course of the European project Nextgen to identify possible associations between genotypes, livestock endemic diseases and environmental variables. As a prior to the GWAS and selection signatures analyses planned within the project, we analyzed the population structure of Ugandan cattle genotyped with both 54K and 800K HD SNP panels in the context of the worldwide cattle genomic diversity. 

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