Longissimus lumborum muscle transcriptome analysis of Laiwu and Yorkshire pigs differing in intramuscular fat content

@article{Chen2017LongissimusLM,
  title={Longissimus lumborum muscle transcriptome analysis of Laiwu and Yorkshire pigs differing in intramuscular fat content},
  author={Wei Chen and Guo-feng Fang and Shou-dong Wang and Hui Wang and Yong-qing Zeng},
  journal={Genes & Genomics},
  year={2017},
  volume={39},
  pages={759-766}
}
The pig provides meat products for human consumption on a large scale. High-throughput sequencing technology provides a powerful approach for the characterization of the muscle transcriptome of pigs. Despite many studies using high-throughput technologies, the functional complexity of porcine muscle transcriptome is not fully elucidated. Therefore, the aim of this study was to gain insight into the longissimus lumborum muscle transcriptome between two pig breeds with distinct phenotypes, Laiwu… CONTINUE READING

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