Articles | Volume 66, issue 1
https://doi.org/10.5194/aab-66-71-2023
https://doi.org/10.5194/aab-66-71-2023
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16 Feb 2023
Original study |  | 16 Feb 2023

Genetic polymorphism of the ovine MAP3K5 gene and its association with body size traits in Hu sheep of China

Xiaobin Yang, Weimin Wang, Deyin Zhang, Xiaolong Li, Yukun Zhang, Yuan Zhao, Liming Zhao, Jianghui Wang, Dan Xu, Jiangbo Cheng, Wenxin Li, Bubo Zhou, Changchun Lin, Xiwen Zeng, Rui Zhai, Zongwu Ma, Jia Liu, Panpan Cui, and Xiaoxue Zhang

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The demand for mutton is increasing yearly. Sheep were raised to 180 d of age, and production performance was measured and recorded at 20-d intervals from 80 to 180 d. The sheep were then slaughtered at 180 d of age. Blood, tissues, and other samples were collected for follow-up experimental research. Finally, we detected a mutation site in a specific segment of the ovine MAP3K5 gene, and this site can be used as a molecular genetic marker to improve sheep body size traits.