Origin of Hungarian indigenous chicken breeds inferred from mitochondrial DNA D-loop sequences.

@article{Rvay2010OriginOH,
  title={Origin of Hungarian indigenous chicken breeds inferred from mitochondrial DNA D-loop sequences.},
  author={Tam{\'a}s R{\'e}vay and N{\'o}ra Bodzs{\'a}r and Victor Mobegi and Olivier Hanotte and Andr{\'a}s Hidas},
  journal={Animal genetics},
  year={2010},
  volume={41 5},
  pages={548-50}
}
In this study, we assessed the maternal origin of six Hungarian indigenous chicken breeds using mitochondrial DNA information. Sequences of Hungarian chickens were compared with the D-loop chicken sequences annotated in the GenBank and to nine previously described reference haplotypes representing the main haplogroups of chicken. The first 530 bases of the D-loop region were sequenced in 74 chickens of nine populations. Eleven haplotypes (HIC1-HIC11) were observed from 17 variable sites. Three… CONTINUE READING
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