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Exploring insertions and deletions (indels) of gene and their association with growth traits in four Chinese indigenous cattle breeds.

著者 Wu M , Li S , Zhang G , Fan Y , Gao Y , Huang Y , Lan X , Lei C , Ma Y , Dang R
Arch Anim Breed.2019 ; 62(2):465-475.
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Methionine sulfoxide reductase B3 () is instrumental in ossification and fat deposition, which regulate the growth and development of cattle directly. The purpose of this study was aimed to explore insertions and deletions (indels) in gene and investigate their association with growth traits in four indigenous cattle breeds (Luxi cattle, Qinchuan cattle, Nanyang cattle, and Jiaxian Red cattle). Four indels were identified by sequencing with DNA pool. Association analysis showed that three of them were associated with growth traits ( ). For P1, the DD (deletion and deletion) genotype was significantly associated with body length of Nanyang cattle; for P6, II (insertion and insertion) and/or DD genotypes were significantly associated with enhanced growth traits of Qinchuan cattle; for P7, II genotype was significantly associated with hucklebone width of Luxi cattle. Our results demonstrated that the polymorphisms in bovine gene were significantly associated with growth traits, which could be candidate loci for marker-assisted selection (MAS) in cattle breeding.
PMID: 31807658 [PubMed]
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