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PCR-RFLP was applied to analyse the polymorphisms of H-FABP gene in 164 beef cattle aged 4 months (±10 days) comprised of Qinchuan (QQ), Qinchuan × Limousin (LQ), Qinchuan × Red Angus (AQ) and Qinchuan × German Yellow breeds (DQ). The results showed that 2071 bp PCR products digested with HaeIII...

Author(s)
Xue Kai; Chen Hong; Wang Shan; Cai Xin; Fang XingTang
Publisher
Asian Network for Biotechnology in Animal Production and Health, Haidian, China
Citation
Animal Biotechnology Bulletin, 2006, 10, 1, pp 426-429
Abstract

The myostatin (GDF-8) acts as a negative regulator of muscle growth. Mutations of the gene are responsible for the double muscling phenotype in several European cattle breeds. The study was conducted to determine the polymorphisms of the bovine myostatin gene at promoter region in Nanyang cattle...

Author(s)
Zhang RunFeng; Chen Hong; Zhang ZhengFeng; Zhang HaiJun; Yan LinJun; Bao Bin
Publisher
Asian Network for Biotechnology in Animal Production and Health, Haidian, China
Citation
Animal Biotechnology Bulletin, 2006, 10, 1, pp 360-362
Abstract

In this paper, the polymorphisms of CLPG gene was analysed by PCR-SSCP in Jiaxian Red cattle. The results showed that three alleles (A, B and C) were detected in the CLPG gene of Jiaxian Red cattle. Their frequencies were 0.8673, 0.0619 and 0.0708, respectively. Only three genotypes (AA, AB and AC) ...

Author(s)
Chen FuYing; Chen Hong; Wang XinZhuang; Niu Hui; Wang JuQiang; Wang YiMin
Publisher
Asian Network for Biotechnology in Animal Production and Health, Haidian, China
Citation
Animal Biotechnology Bulletin, 2006, 10, 1, pp 412-414
Abstract

The study was conducted to analyse Pit-1 gene as a candidate for genetic markers of growth traits in different Chinese cattle. The single-strand conformation polymorphism method was used to detect genetic polymorphism in the Pit-1 gene and intron 5. Results showed that one single nucleotide...

Author(s)
Yang DongYing; Chen Hong; Lan XianYong; Zhang ZhengFeng; Tang LiGang; Zhang LiangZhi; Wang XinZhuang; Wang YiMin; Niu Hui
Publisher
Asian Network for Biotechnology in Animal Production and Health, Haidian, China
Citation
Animal Biotechnology Bulletin, 2006, 10, 1, pp 356-359
Abstract

The study reports on the associations between SNPs in intron 6 of the bovine diacylglycerolacyltransferase (DGAT2) gene with growth traits in purebreed Nanyang cattle (n=131). The results showed that the animals with the genotype AA (A allele frequency=0.875) in intron 6 showed 3.8% increase in...

Author(s)
Zhang ZhengFeng; Chen Hong; Li QiuLing; Lei ChuZhao; Zhang ChunLei; Xue Kai; Wang YiMin; Wang XinZhuang
Publisher
Asian Network for Biotechnology in Animal Production and Health, Haidian, China
Citation
Animal Biotechnology Bulletin, 2006, 10, 1, pp 421-425
Abstract

We amplified PCR-SSCP to analyse the polymorphism of exon 10 in the growth hormone receptor (GHR) gene of Qinchuan cattle. The results showed that three allele genes (A, B and C) were detected on the tenth exon of GHR gene, with frequencies of 0.5956, 0.2905 and 0.1140, respectively. The population ...

Author(s)
Zhao GaoFeng; Chen Hong; Chen Lin; Lei ChuZhao; Fang XingTang
Publisher
Asian Network for Biotechnology in Animal Production and Health, Haidian, China
Citation
Animal Biotechnology Bulletin, 2006, 10, 1, pp 430-433
Abstract

Genomic DNA was isolated from the blood of 47 Qinchuan cattle and from liver samples of 13 slaughtered cattle from Weinan City and Fufeng County in China. Carcass traits were also obtained from the slaughtered cattle. The DNA samples were subjected to polymerase chain reaction-restriction fragment...

Author(s)
Sun WeiBin; Chen Hong; Lei ChuZhao; Zan LinSen; Lei XueQin; Li RuiBiao
Publisher
Asian Network for Biotechnology in Animal Production and Health, Haidian, China
Citation
Animal Biotechnology Bulletin, 2002, 8, 1, pp 95-99
Abstract

The multilocus DNA fingerprinting of 5 farm animals species was studied with digoxigenated probe (GTG)5 and 3 restriction enzymes (HindIII, HaeIII, and HinfI) to establish ulteriorly a basis for studying DNA fingerprints in domestic animals. Fresh spleens from 12 cattle, 16 sheep, 10 pigs, 4...

Author(s)
Chen Hong; Leibenguth, F.; Zhu BiCai
Publisher
Asian Network for Biotechnology in Animal Production and Health, Haidian, China
Citation
Animal Biotechnology Bulletin, 2002, 8, 1, pp 67-72
Abstract

Efficient markers for bovine and ovine fecundity traits were studied, and these provided scientific bases for the identification of the twinning gene in cattle and prolific gene in sheep, as well as for the selection and breeding of these animals. Analyses of 60 cows (Qinchuan and Holstein) and 197 ...

Author(s)
Lei XueQin; Chen Hong; Yuan ZhiFa; Chen YuLin; Xu TingSheng; Lei ChuZhao; Guo ManCai; Sun WeiBin
Publisher
Asian Network for Biotechnology in Animal Production and Health, Haidian, China
Citation
Animal Biotechnology Bulletin, 2002, 8, 1, pp 122-126
Abstract

Genomic DNAs of 5 farm animal species (cattle, sheep, goat, pig and horse) and one fish species were amplified by eleven 10-mer base primers. Results show that the different RAPD fingerprint bands were produced by the same primer in different animal species, and by the different primers in the same ...

Author(s)
Chen Hong; Leibenguth, F.; Sun WeiBin; Lei ChuZhao
Publisher
Asian Network for Biotechnology in Animal Production and Health, Haidian, China
Citation
Animal Biotechnology Bulletin, 2002, 8, 1, pp 133-139

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