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The main contribution of our paper is the identification of several SNPs of the SIRT1 gene in beef cattle and their relationships to carcass traits such as weight and meat percentage. We believe that this contribution is theoretically and practically relevant because beef cattle are bred to maximize carcass quality, but traits that lead to carcass quality are difficult to assess in vivo. We provide a method to select individuals for breeding based on genetic propensity for meat production.
Articles | Volume 60, issue 1
Arch. Anim. Breed., 60, 27–32, 2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/aab-60-27-2017
Arch. Anim. Breed., 60, 27–32, 2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/aab-60-27-2017

Original study 13 Mar 2017

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SIRT1 gene polymorphisms associated with carcass traits in Luxi cattle

Guifen Liu et al.

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The main contribution of our paper is the identification of several SNPs of the SIRT1 gene in beef cattle and their relationships to carcass traits such as weight and meat percentage. We believe that this contribution is theoretically and practically relevant because beef cattle are bred to maximize carcass quality, but traits that lead to carcass quality are difficult to assess in vivo. We provide a method to select individuals for breeding based on genetic propensity for meat production.
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