TITLE

New genomics service

PUB. DATE
August 2012
SOURCE
New Zealand Dairy Exporter;Aug2012, Vol. 88 Issue 1, p165
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Product Review
ABSTRACT
The article provides information on HFBoost, a genomic testing service being offered by Holstein Friesian New Zealand and CRV Ambreed to all Holstein Friesian NZ members.
ACCESSION #
85963336

 

Related Articles

  • Untangling the DNA alphabet soup. Montgomerie, Bill // New Zealand Dairy Exporter;Nov2006, Vol. 82 Issue 4, p87 

    The article focuses on the international project to sequence the bovine genome. The U.S. National Human Genome Research Institute has funding allotted for the DNA sequencing project. Fonterra and Livestock Improvement in New Zealand has conducted a Holstein-Friesian cross Jersey crossbred trial....

  • Genome-wide detection of copy number variations using high-density SNP genotyping platforms in Holsteins. Li Jiang; Jicai Jiang; Jie Yang; Xuan Liu; Jiying Wang; Haifei Wang; Xiangdong Ding; Jianfeng Liu; Qin Zhang // BMC Genomics;2013, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p1 

    Background: Copy number variations (CNVs) are widespread in the human or animal genome and are a significant source of genetic variation, which has been demonstrated to play an important role in phenotypic diversity. Advances in technology have allowed for identification of a large number of...

  • Accuracy of imputation to whole-genome sequence data in Holstein Friesian cattle. van Binsbergen, Rianne; Bink, Marco C. A. M.; Calus, Mario P. L.; van Eeuwijk, Fred A.; Hayes, Ben J.; Hulsegge, Ina; Veerkamp, Roel F. // Genetics Selection Evolution;Jul2014, Vol. 46, p1 

    Background: The use of whole-genome sequence data can lead to higher accuracy in genome-wide association studies and genomic predictions. However, to benefit from whole-genome sequence data, a large dataset of sequenced individuals is needed. Imputation from SNP panels, such as the Illumina...

  • Genome-wide association and biological pathway analysis for milk-fat composition in Danish Holstein and Danish Jersey cattle. Buitenhuis, Bart; Janss, Luc L. G.; Poulsen, Nina A.; Larsen, Lotte B.; Larsen, Mette K.; Sørensen, Peter // BMC Genomics;2014, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p1548 

    Background: The milk fat profile of the Danish Holstein (DH) and Danish Jersey (DJ) show clear differences. Identification of the genomic regions, genes and biological pathways underlying the milk fat biosynthesis will improve the understanding of the biology underlying bovine milk fat...

  • Identification and Dissection of Four Major QTL Affecting Milk Fat Content in the German Holstein-Friesian Population. Xiaolong Wang; Christine Wurmser; Pausch, Hubert; Simone Jung; Reinhardt, Friedrich; Tetens, Jens; Thaller, Georg; Fries, Ruedi // PLoS ONE;Jul2012, Vol. 7 Issue 7, p1 

    Milk composition traits exhibit a complex genetic architecture with a small number of major quantitative trait loci (QTL) explaining a large fraction of the genetic variation and numerous QTL with minor effects. In order to identify QTL for milk fat percentage (FP) in the German...

  • Characteristics of linkage disequilibrium in North American Holsteins. Bohmanova, Jarmila; Sargolzaei, Mehdi; Schenkel, Flavio S. // BMC Genomics;2010, Vol. 11, p421 

    Background: Effectiveness of genomic selection and fine mapping is determined by the level of linkage disequilibrium (LD) across the genome. Knowledge of the range of genome-wide LD, defined as a non-random association of alleles at different loci, can provide an insight into the optimal density...

  • Genome-wide association analysis of thirty one production, health, reproduction and body conformation traits in contemporary U.S. Holstein cows.  // BMC Genomics;2011 Supplement 2, Vol. 12 Issue Suppl 2, p408 

    Background: Genome-wide association analysis is a powerful tool for annotating phenotypic effects on the genome and knowledge of genes and chromosomal regions associated with dairy phenotypes is useful for genome and gene-based selection. Here, we report results of a genome-wide analysis of...

  • Improving the accuracy of genomic prediction in Chinese Holstein cattle by using one-step blending. Xiujin Li; Sheng Wang; Ju Huang; Leyi Li; Qin Zhang; Xiangdong Ding // Genetics Selection Evolution;Oct2014, Vol. 46, p1 

    Background: The one-step blending approach has been suggested for genomic prediction in dairy cattle. The core of this approach is to incorporate pedigree and phenotypic information of non-genotyped animals. The objective of this study was to investigate the improvement of the accuracy of...

  • Agricultural Genomics: Commercial Applications Bring Increased Basic Research Power. Decker, Jared E. // PLoS Genetics;11/5/2015, Vol. 11 Issue 10, p1 

    The author comments on a study by L. Ma and colleagues on global recombination rate in Holstein cattle. Topics include the proposed methods by researchers in 1997 to predict the generic merit of organisms using dense genotype data, significance of genomic prediction, and predicted number of...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics