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Interlocus associations and their variability in cattle

Oblap RV, Zhuravel’ EV, Glazko GV

 




The results of analysis of interloci associations between two pairs of syntenic loci (transferrin and ceruloplasmin, receptor for vitamin D and kappa-casein) and two non-syntenic ones (amylase-1 and post-transferrin 2) in two cattle groups of Red Steppe breed (infected and uninfected by bovine leukosis virus) and in two groups of Black-and-White Holsteins (from relatively "pure" zone and from the 10 km zone of Chernobyl NPP) were presented. It is found that "linkage disequilibrium" between loci is observed independent of their synteny. The data obtained allowed the authors to suppose, that the interloci associations are rather controlled by different factors of artificial and natural selection than by the genetic linkages between genes.

Tsitologiya i Genetika 1997, vol. 31, no. 6, pp. 68-74



Oblap RV, Zhuravel’ EV, Glazko GV Interlocus associations and their variability in cattle, Tsitol Genet., 1997, vol. 31, no. 6, pp. 68-74.




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