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Variation in the caprine keratin-associated protein 15-1 (KAP15-1) gene affects cashmere fibre diameter.

著者 Zhao M , Zhou H , Hickford JGH , Gong H , Wang J , Hu J , Liu X , Li S , Hao Z , Luo Y
Arch Anim Breed.2019 ; 62(1):125-133.
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Keratin-associated proteins (KAPs) are a structural component of cashmere fibre, and variation in some KAP genes (s) has been associated with a number of caprine fibre traits. In this study, we report the identification of in goats. Sequence variation in the gene was detected using the polymerase chain reaction single-strand conformation polymorphism (PCR-SSCP) technique in 250 Longdong goats, and six variants (named A to F) containing eight single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) were identified. Five of the SNPs were non-synonymous and would lead to putative amino acid changes. Reverse-transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) analysis revealed that was expressed in secondary hair follicles but not in heart tissue, liver tissue, lung tissue, kidney tissue or the longissimus dorsi muscle. Despite being rich in cysteine, the caprine KAP15-1 protein possesses a high content of serine and moderate content of glycine and phenylalanine. Association analyses revealed that variant A was associated with decreased mean fibre diameter (MFD), and this effect appeared to be dominant; while variant C was found to be associated with increased MFD, the effect being recessive. The findings suggest that caprine is highly polymorphic and that variation in this gene affects cashmere MFD.
PMID: 31807622 [PubMed]
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