QTL #137202 Description:

 Trait Information
Trait name: Bovine respiratory disease susceptibility Vertebrate Trait Ontology: n/a
Reported name: Product Trait Ontology: n/a
Symbol: BRDS Clinical Measurement Ontology: Disease process measurement
 QTL Map Information
QTL Peak Location:n/a
QTL Span:n/a
68.0-69.0 (Mbp)
Upper, "Suggestive":n/a
Upper, "Significant":n/a
Lower, "Significant":n/a
Lower, "Suggestive":n/a
Marker type:Polymorphic markers
Analysis type:Association
Model tested:Mendelian
Test base:Comparison-wise
Threshold significance level:Significant
Dominance effect:n/a
Additive effect:n/a
Associated Gene:n/a
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  •  QTL Experiment in Brief
    Animals:Animals were commercial steers identified as Angus, Red Angus, Hereford, Charolais, or crossbreeds.
     Breeds associated:
    Design:Animals were genotyped using the Illumina BovineHD BeadChip and analyzed for subclinical signs of bovine respiratory disease. A total of 688,928 SNPs were used for analysis.
    Analysis:GWAS were performed using an efficient mixed-model association expedited with a genomic relationship matrix (EMMAX-GRM) additive genetic model.
    Software:SVS version 8
    Authors:Kiser J N, Lawrence T E, Neupane M, Seabury C M, Taylor J F, Womack J E, Neibergs H L
    Affiliation:Department of Animal Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman 99164
    Title:Rapid Communication: Subclinical bovine respiratory disease - loci and pathogens associated with lung lesions in feedlot cattle
    Journal:Journal of animal science, 2017, 95(6): 2726-2731
    Links:  PubMed  |  Abstract   |  List all QTL   |  Edit  

     Additional Information
    Comments:hyperinflated lungs
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