QTL #166945 Description:

 Trait Information
Trait name: Milk fat percentage Vertebrate Trait Ontology: Milk fat amount
Reported name: Product Trait Ontology: Milk fat content
Symbol: FP Clinical Measurement Ontology: Milk fat percentage
 QTL Map Information
QTL Peak Location:0.38 (cM)
QTL Span:0.38-0.38 (cM)
0.3-0.3 (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:Genome-wise
Threshold significance level:Significant
Dominance effect:n/a
Additive effect:n/a
Associated Gene: ()
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  •  QTL Experiment in Brief
    Animals:Animals were Chinese Holstein cattle.
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    Design:Animals were genotyped using the BovineSNP50v1, BovineSNP50v2, or GeneSeek Genomic Profiler HD chip and analyzed for milk composition traits. All data were imputed to HD and a total of 71,633 SNPs were used for analysis.
    Analysis:A rapid genome-wide mixed-model association analysis method by linear transformations of genomic estimated values was used.
    Software:FImpute, PLINK
    Authors:Wang D, Ning C, Liu JF, Zhang Q, Jiang L
    Affiliation:National Engineering Laboratory for Animal Breeding, Ministry of Agricultural Key Laboratory of Animal Genetics, Breeding and Reproduction, College of Animal Science and Technology, China Agricultural University, Beijing 100193, China
    Title:Short communication: Replication of genome-wide association studies for milk production traits in Chinese Holstein by an efficient rotated linear mixed model
    Journal:Journal of dairy science, 2019, 102(3):2378-2383
    Links:  PubMed  |  Abstract   |  List all QTL   |  Edit  
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