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Unpublished Paper
Characterization of Gene Expression in Double-Muscled and Normal-Muscled Bovine Embryos
Animal Industry Report
  • Carissa A. Steelman, Iowa State University
  • Jacklyn K. Potts, Iowa State University
  • James M. Reecy, Iowa State University
Extension Number
ASL R1876
Publication Date
2004
Disciplines
Topic
Beef
Summary and Implications
Using suppressive subtractive hybridization, 19 genes were confirmed to be differentially expressed between double-muscled and normal bovine embryos. The identified genes play roles in several cellular processes, including transcription, cell proliferation, protein synthesis and degradation, and metabolism. These genes can provide insight into molecules with which myostatin may interact. This information could potentially aid in the development of strategies to improve lean tissue deposition in livestock species.
Copyright Holder
Iowa State University
Language
en
Citation Information
Carissa A. Steelman, Jacklyn K. Potts and James M. Reecy. "Characterization of Gene Expression in Double-Muscled and Normal-Muscled Bovine Embryos" (2004)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/james_reecy/1/