QTL #66079 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:52 (cM)
QTL Span:51.67-53.47 (cM)
25.3-27.6 (Mbp)
Upper, "Suggestive":n/a
Upper, "Significant":BM6041
Lower, "Significant":BMS882
Lower, "Suggestive":n/a
Marker type:Microsatellite
Analysis type:Association
Model tested:Mendelian
Test base:Experiment-wise
Threshold significance level:Significant
Dominance effect:n/a
Additive effect:n/a
Associated Gene: ()
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  •  QTL Experiment in Brief
    Animals:Four half-sib families of varying breed crosses were used.
     Breeds associated:
    Design:Animals from the Brahman x Hereford family were genotyped for 312 microsatellite markers and analyzed for bovine bovine respiratory disease status. Markers identified as significant were used to evaluate three additional crossbred families and tested for association with bovine viral diarrhea virus infection.
    Analysis:Genome-wide linkage analysis and interval mapping were used.
    Software:SAS, QTL Express
    Authors:Neibergs H, Zanella R, Casas E, Snowder G D, Wenz J, Neibergs J S, Moore D
    Affiliation:Department of Animal Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman 99164, USA
    Title:Loci on Bos taurus chromosome 2 and Bos taurus chromosome 26 are linked with bovine respiratory disease and associated with persistent infection of bovine viral diarrhea virus
    Journal:Journal of animal science, 2011, 89(4): 907-15
    Links:  PubMed  |  Abstract   |  List all QTL   |  Edit  

     Additional Information
    Comments:4 half-sib crossbred families
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