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Date: 2014
Language: en
Type of item: journal article
Identifier: http://e-publications.une.edu.au/1959.11/15545
Description: The ruminant developmental transition from late foetus to lamb is associated with marked changes in skeletal muscle structure and function that reflect programming for new physiological demands follow ... show more
Refereed: Refereed
Date: 2014
Language: en
Type of item: journal article
Identifier: http://e-publications.une.edu.au/1959.11/17809
Description: The ovine Callipyge mutation causes postnatal muscle hypertrophy localized to the pelvic limbs and torso, as well as body leanness. The mechanism underpinning enhanced muscle mass is unclear, as is th ... show more
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Refereed: Refereed
Date: 2013
Language: en
Type of item: conference publication
Identifier: http://e-publications.une.edu.au/1959.11/13930
Description: The objective of this study was to explore the relationship between SNP and haplotype variation on gene expression traits. The data used included expression levels from 24,128 probe sets of 'logissimu ... show more
Refereed: Refereed
Date: 2011
Subject: Animal Breeding
Language: en
Type of item: conference publication
Identifier: http://e-publications.une.edu.au/1959.11/10087
Description: A weighted gene co-expression network analysis (WGCN) and a differential network analysis were applied to microarray gene expression data for skeletal muscle samples from progeny of 6 Poll Dorset sire ... show more
Refereed: Refereed
Date: 2011
Language: en
Type of item: journal article
Identifier: http://e-publications.une.edu.au/1959.11/12455
Description: Background: In livestock populations the genetic contribution to muscling is intensively monitored in the progeny of industry sires and used as a tool in selective breeding programs. The genes and pat ... show more
Refereed: Refereed
Date: 2010
Language: en
Type of item: journal article
Identifier: http://e-publications.une.edu.au/1959.11/6752
Description: Background: The developmental transition between the late fetus and a newborn animal is associated with profound changes in skeletal muscle function as it adapts to the new physiological demands of lo ... show more
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Refereed: Refereed
Date: 2010
Language: en
Type of item: conference publication
Identifier: http://e-publications.une.edu.au/1959.11/7192
Description: The Sheep Genomics research program in Australia has undertaken a range of investigations to identify genes and DNA markers contributing to increase in size and altered distribution of muscling in she ... show more
Refereed: Refereed
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