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Animal Genetics, ISSN 0268-9146, 08/2006, Volume 37, Issue 4, pp. 411 - 414
Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in the calpain 1 ( CAPN1 ) and calpastatin ( CAST ) genes were studied to determine their effects on meat tenderness in... 
meat | tenderness | calpastatin | cattle | calpain 1
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Animal Science, ISSN 1357-7298, 2001, Volume 72, Issue 2, pp. 297 - 308
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Animal Genetics, ISSN 0268-9146, 08/2006, Volume 37, Issue 4, pp. 411 - 414
Summary Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in the calpain 1 (CAPN1) and calpastatin (CAST) genes were studied to determine their effects on meat tenderness... 
tenderness | calpain 1 | meat | calpastatin | cattle
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ANIMAL SCIENCE, ISSN 1357-7298, 04/2001, Volume 72, pp. 297 - 308
There is evidence that, in cattle, rapid compensatory growth after a period of growth restriction may increase the variability of beef quality and that... 
tenderness | AGRICULTURE, DAIRY & ANIMAL SCIENCE | CALPAIN | compensatory growth | CATTLE | TIME | steers | BOVINE SKELETAL-MUSCLE | meat qualify | MYOFIBRILLAR PROTEIN-TURNOVER | DIET | growth | CALPASTATIN | PALATABILITY | GAIN
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by McRae, Jeremy F and Clayton, Stephen and Fitzgerald, Tomas W and Kaplanis, Joanna and Prigmore, Elena and Rajan, Diana and Sifrim, Alejandro and Aitken, Stuart and Akawi, Nadia and Alvi, Mohsan and Ambridge, Kirsty and Barrett, Daniel M and Bayzetinova, Tanya and Jones, Philip and Jones, Wendy D and King, Daniel and Krishnappa, Netravathi and Mason, Laura E and Singh, Tarjinder and Tivey, Adrian R and Ahmed, Munaza and Anjum, Uruj and Archer, Hayley and Armstrong, Ruth and Awada, Jana and Balasubramanian, Meena and Banka, Siddharth and Baralle, Diana and Barnicoat, Angela and Batstone, Paul and Baty, David and Bennett, Chris and Berg, Jonathan and Bernhard, Birgitta and Bevan, A. Paul and Bitner-Glindzicz, Maria and Blair, Edward and Blyth, Moira and Bohanna, David and Bourdon, Louise and Bourn, David and Bradley, Lisa and Brady, Angela and Brent, Simon and Brewer, Carole and Brunstrom, Kate and Bunyan, David J and Burn, John and Canham, Natalie and Castle, Bruce and Chandler, Kate and Chatzimichali, Elena and Cilliers, Deirdre and Clarke, Angus and Clasper, Susan and Clayton-Smith, Jill and Clowes, Virginia and Coates, Andrea and Cole, Trevor and Colgiu, Irina and Collins, Amanda and Collinson, Morag N and Connell, Fiona and Cooper, Nicola and Cox, Helen and Cresswell, Lara and Cross, Gareth and Crow, Yanick and D'Alessandro, Mariella and Dabir, Tabib and Davidson, Rosemarie and Davies, Sally and De Vries, Dylan and Dean, John and Deshpande, Charu and Devlin, Gemma and Dixit, Abhijit and Dobbie, Angus and Donaldson, Alan and Donnai, Dian and Donnelly, Deirdre and Donnelly, Carina and Douglas, Angela and Douzgou, Sofia and Duncan, Alexis and Eason, Jacqueline and Ellard, Sian and Ellis, Ian and Elmslie, Frances and Evans, Karenza and Everest, Sarah and Fendick, Tina and Fisher, Richard and Flinter, Frances and Foulds, Nicola and Fry, Andrew and Fryer, Alan and Gardiner, Carol and Gaunt, Lorraine and Ghali, Neeti and ... and Deciphering Developmental Disorders Study
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 02/2017, Volume 542, Issue 7642, pp. 433 - 438
The genomes of individuals with severe, undiagnosed developmental disorders are enriched in damaging de novo mutations (DNMs) in developmentally important... 
INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY | METAANALYSIS | VARIANTS | GENETICS | HEART-DEFECTS | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | GENES | SEQUENCE | FRAMEWORK | DISCOVERY | GENOME | Prevalence | Humans | Middle Aged | Parents | Male | Mi-2 Nucleosome Remodeling and Deacetylase Complex - genetics | Developmental Disabilities - genetics | Casein Kinase II - genetics | Autoantigens - genetics | Young Adult | ras GTPase-Activating Proteins - genetics | Adult | Female | Child | CDC2 Protein Kinase - genetics | Histone-Lysine N-Methyltransferase - genetics | Repressor Proteins - genetics | Sex Characteristics | Transcription Factors - genetics | DNA-Binding Proteins - genetics | Mutation - genetics | Nerve Tissue Proteins - genetics | Sequence Analysis, DNA | Homeodomain Proteins - genetics | DEAD-box RNA Helicases - genetics | Exome - genetics | Phenotype | Myeloid-Lymphoid Leukemia Protein - genetics | Adolescent | Heredity - genetics | Protein Phosphatase 2C - genetics | Cohort Studies | Child development deviations | Genetic aspects | Genetic disorders | Developmental disabilities | Distribution | Genes | Families & family life | Births | Genomes | Mutation | Causality | Estimates | Age | TRIO | MYT1L | EHMT1 | HNRNPU | SUV420H1 | COL4A3BP | SYNGAP1 | PPP2R1A | POGZ | EP300 | KCNH1 | SCN1A | MEF2C | CDKL5 | CSNK2A1 | DYRK1A | CASK | ALG13 | FOXP1 | KAT6B | TBL1XR1 | KAT6A | SCN8A | KCNQ2 | EEF1A2 | KCNQ3 | ADNP | PhenIcons | SET | KMT2A | ANKRD11 | STXBP1 | FOXG1 | ZC4H2 | ITPR1 | De novo mutation | Seizures | ZBTB18 | CREBBP | SMAD4 | PDHA1 | IQSEC2 | AUTS2 | BCL11A | BRAF | SMARCA2 | GRIN2B | MED13L | GNAO1 | CNOT3 | TCF4 | SCN2A | CDK13 | GABRB3 | SETD5 | KDM5B | Developmental Disease | DDX3X | CHD8 | PTEN | CHD4 | TCF20 | CTCF | CHD2 | WDR45 | SLC6A1 | MECP2 | CHAMP1 | KIF1A | Average Faces | MSL3 | PPP2R5D | SMC1A | ARID1B | DNM1 | CNKSR2 | PACS1 | WAC | ZMYND11 | AHDC1 | NFIX | SATB2 | HDAC8 | PPM1D | GNAI1 | PURA | PUF60 | NSD1 | Intellectual Disability | SLC35A2 | DYNC1H1 | NAA10 | USP9X | PTPN11 | GATAD2B | ASXL1 | KANSL1 | ASXL3 | CTNNB1 | QRICH1
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The New England Journal of Medicine, ISSN 0028-4793, 05/2009, Volume 360, Issue 19, pp. 1960 - 1970
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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 05/2016, Volume 11, Issue 5, p. e0154763
Online bingo has seen significant growth in recent years. This study sought to increase understanding of this growth by exploring the appeal of online bingo.... 
Motivation | Gambling - psychology | Humans | Surveys and Questionnaires | United Kingdom | Internet | Emotions | Usage | Research | Web sites | Bingo | Laws, regulations and rules | Analysis | Qualitative research | Health sciences | Gambling | Websites | Consumers | Licenses | Social networks | Online gambling | Design | Social marketing | Gambling industry | Qualitative analysis | Advertising | Players
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Orphanet Journal of Rare Diseases, ISSN 1750-1172, 2013, Volume 8, Issue 1, p. 96
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by Faundes, Víctor and Newman, William G and Bernardini, Laura and Canham, Natalie and Clayton-Smith, Jill and Dallapiccola, Bruno and Davies, Sally J and Davies, Sally and Demos, Michelle K and Goldman, Amy and Gill, Harinder and Horton, Rachel and Kerr, Bronwyn and Kumar, Dhavendra and Kumar, V.K. Ajith and Lehman, Anna and McKee, Shane and Morton, Jenny and Parker, Michael and Parker, Michael J and Rankin, Julia and Robertson, Lisa and Temple, I. Karen and Adam, Shelin and du Souich, Christèle and Elliott, Alison M and Mwenifumbo, Jill and Nelson, Tanya N and van Karnebeek, Clara and Friedman, Jan M and McRae, Jeremy F and Clayton, Stephen and Fitzgerald, Tomas W and Kaplanis, Joanna and Prigmore, Elena and Rajan, Diana and Sifrim, Alejandro and Aitken, Stuart and Akawi, Nadia and Alvi, Mohsan and Ambridge, Kirsty and Barrett, Jeffrey C and Barrett, Daniel M and Bayzetinova, Tanya and Jones, Wendy D and Jones, Philip and Jones, Elizabeth and King, Daniel and Krishnappa, Netravathi and Mason, Laura E and Singh, Tarjinder and Tivey, Adrian R and Ahmed, Munaza and Anjum, Uruj and Archer, Hayley and Armstrong, Ruth and Awada, Jana and Balasubramanian, Meena and Banka, Siddharth and Baralle, Diana and Barnicoat, Angela and Batstone, Paul and Baty, David and Bennett, Chris and Berg, Jonathan and Bernhard, Birgitta and Bevan, A. Paul and Bitner-Glindzicz, Maria and Blair, Edward and Blyth, Moira and Bohanna, David and Bourdon, Louise and Bourn, David and Bradley, Lisa and Brady, Angela and Brent, Simon and Brewer, Carole and Brunstrom, Kate and Bunyan, David J and Burn, John and Castle, Bruce and Chandler, Kate and Chatzimichali, Elena and Cilliers, Deirdre and Clarke, Angus and Clasper, Susan and Clowes, Virginia and Coates, Andrea and Cole, Trevor and Colgiu, Irina and Collins, Amanda and Collinson, Morag N and Connell, Fiona and Cooper, Nicola and Cox, Helen and Cresswell, Lara and Cross, Gareth and Crow, Yanick and D’Alessandro, Mariella and Dabir, Tabib and ... and Clin Assessment Utility Sequencin and Deciphering Dev Disorders DD and Clinical Assessment of the Utility of Sequencing and Evaluation as a Service (CAUSES) Study and Deciphering Developmental Disorders (DDD) Study
The American Journal of Human Genetics, ISSN 0002-9297, 01/2018, Volume 102, Issue 1, pp. 175 - 187
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