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Scientific Reports, ISSN 2045-2322, 12/2018, Volume 8, Issue 1, pp. 7303 - 12
The genetic mechanisms controlling residual feed intake (RFI) in beef cattle are still largely unknown. Here we performed whole transcriptome analyses to... 
BIOLOGICAL BASIS | QUANTITATIVE TRAIT LOCI | METABOLISM | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | NELORE STEERS | LIVER | CARCASS MERIT | GENETIC-RELATIONSHIPS | METHANE PRODUCTION | BODY-COMPOSITION | DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION ANALYSIS | Energy metabolism | Cell survival | Cell death | Cattle | Liver | Amino acids | Lipids | Carbohydrate metabolism | Genomes | Beef | Feeds | Gene expression
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Journal of Animal Science, ISSN 0021-8812, 11/2019, Volume 97, Issue 11, pp. 4386 - 4404
Abstract Average daily gain (ADG) and daily dry matter intake (DMI) are key determinants of beef industry profitability. These traits together with metabolic... 
Eating | Species Specificity | Transcriptome | Cattle - growth & development | Male | Red Meat - analysis | Body Weight - genetics | Cattle - genetics | Gene Expression Profiling - veterinary | Phenotype | Animals | Animal Feed - analysis | Liver - physiology | Cholesterol - biosynthesis | Weight Gain | Cattle - physiology
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Crop Protection, ISSN 0261-2194, 01/2019, Volume 115, pp. 104 - 112
Cassava brown streak disease (CBSD) and cassava mosaic disease (CMD) are two viral diseases that cause severe yield losses in cassava of up to 100%, thereby... 
Tolerance | Severity | Cassava brown streak disease | Virus load | Cassava mosaic disease | Incidence | AGRONOMY | EAST-AFRICA | BROWN STREAK DISEASE | EXPRESSION | PCR | REVEALS | Virus diseases | Plants | Health aspects | Analysis | Cloning
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BMC genomics, 01/2020, Volume 21, Issue 1, p. 36
Genome wide association studies (GWAS) on residual feed intake (RFI) and its component traits including daily dry matter intake (DMI), average daily gain... 
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BMC genomics, 01/2020, Volume 21, Issue 1, p. 38
Genome wide association studies (GWAS) were conducted on 7,853,211 imputed whole genome sequence variants in a population of 3354 to 3984 animals from multiple... 
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Journal of Animal Science, ISSN 0021-8812, 11/2019, Volume 97, Issue 11, pp. 4386 - 4404
Average daily gain (ADG) and daily dry matter intake (DMI) are key determinants of beef industry profitability. These traits together with metabolic body... 
Populations | Profiling | Profitability | Growth rate | Genes | Body weight | Cytology | Dry matter | Amino acids | Lipids | Biosynthesis | Minerals | Cell morphology | Genotype & phenotype | Cattle | Genetics | Nutrients | Beef | Lipid metabolism | Physical growth | Economics | Carbohydrates | Phenotypes | Immune response | Gene expression | Metabolism | Weight | Vitamins | Cholesterol | Animal feed | Animals | Molecular modelling | Morphology | Feed efficiency | Cell migration
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by Goodall, Ruth L and Dunn, David T and Nkurunziza, Peter and Mugarura, Lincoln and Pattery, Theresa and Munderi, Paula and Kityo, Cissy and Gilks, Charles and Kaleebu, Pontiano and Pillay, Deenan and Gupta, Ravindra K and Kaleebu, P and Pillay, D and Awio, P and Chirara, M and Dunn, D and Gibb, D.M and Goodall, R and Kapaata, A and Katuramur, M and Lyagoba, F and Magambo, B and Mataruka, K and Mugarura, Lincoln and Musunga, T and Nabankkema, M and Nkalubo, J and Nkurunziza, Peter and Parry, C and Robertson, V and Spyer, M and Mulima, D and Williams, D.E and Nankya, I and Nassimbwa, S and Ndashimye, E and Nabulime, E and Phiri, M and Mutasa, K and Mukasa, S and Grosskurth, H and Munderi, P and Kabuye, G and Nsibambi, D and Kasirye, R and Zalwango, E and Nakazibwe, M and Kikaire, B and Nassuna, G and Massa, R and Fadhiru, K and Namyalo, M and Zalwango, A and Generous, L and Khauka, P and Rutikarayo, N and Nakahima, W and Mugisha, A and Todd, J and Levin, J and Muyingo, S and Ruberantwari, A and Kaleebu, P and Yirrell, D and Ndembi, N and Lyagoba, F and Hughes, P and Aber, M and Medina Lara, A and Foster, S and Amurwon, J and Nyanzi Wakholi, B and Mugyenyi, P and Kityo, C and Ssali, F and Tumukunde, D and Otim, T and Kabanda, J and Musana, H and Akao, J and Kyomugisha, H and Byamukama, A and Sabiiti, J and Komugyena, J and Wavamunno, P and Mukiibi, S and Drasiku, A and Byaruhanga, R and Labeja, O and Katundu, P and Tugume, S and Awio, P and Namazzi, A and Bakeinyaga, G.T and Katabira, H and Abaine, D and Tukamushaba, J and Anywar, W and Ojiambo, W and Angweng, E and ... and DART Virology Grp and DART Virology Group and on behalf of the DART Virology Group
Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, ISSN 0305-7453, 2017, Volume 72, Issue 5, pp. 1450 - 1455
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by Dolling, David I and Goodall, Ruth L and Chirara, Michael and Hakim, James and Nkurunziza, Peter and Munderi, Paula and Eram, David and Tumukunde, Dinah and Spyer, Moira J and Gilks, Charles F and Kaleebu, Pontiano and Dunn, David T and Pillay, Deenan and P. Kaleebu, Kaleebu and Pillay, D and Awio, P and Dunn, D and Gibb, D.M and Kapaata, A and Katuramur, M and Lyagoba, F and Magambo, B and Mataruka, K and Mugarura, L and Musunga, T and Nabankkema, M and Nkalubo, J and Nkurunziza, Peter and Parry, C and Robertson, V and Spyer, M and Mulima, D and Williams, D.E and Nankya, I and Nassimbwa, S and Ndashimye, E and Nabulime, E and Phiri, M and Mutasa, K and Mukasa, S and Grosskurth, H and Munderi, P and Kabuye, G and Nsibambi, D and Kasirye, R and Zalwango, E and Nakazibwe, M and Kikaire, B and Nassuna, G and Massa, R and Fadhiru, K and Namyalo, M and Zalwango, A and Generous, L and Khauka, P and Rutikarayo, N and Nakahima, W and Mugisha, A and Todd, J and Levin, J and Muyingo, S and Ruberantwari, A and Kaleebu, P and Yirrell, D and Ndembi, N and Lyagoba, F and Hughes, P and Aber, M and Medina Lara, A and Foster, S and Amurwon, J and Nyanzi Wakholi, B and Mugyenyi, P and Kityo, C and Ssali, F and Tumukunde, D and Otim, T and Kabanda, J and Musana, H and Akao, J and Kyomugisha, H and Byamukama, A and Sabiiti, J and Komugyena, J and Wavamunno, P and Mukiibi, S and Drasiku, A and Byaruhanga, R and Labeja, O and Katundu, P and Tugume, S and Awio, P and Namazzi, A and Bakeinyaga, G.T and Katabira, H and Abaine, D and Tukamushaba, J and Anywar, W and Ojiambo, W and Angweng, E and ... and DART Virology Grp and DART Virology Group and on behalf of the DART Virology Group
BMC Infectious Diseases, ISSN 1471-2334, 02/2017, Volume 17, Issue 1, p. 160
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2015, Volume 46
The aim of this study was to describe the genetic relationships among five Swedish sheep breeds using insertional polymorphisms of six endogenous Jaagsiekte... 
Genetik och förädling | Genetics and Breeding
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British Journal of Haematology, ISSN 0007-1048, 04/1994, Volume 86, Issue 4, pp. 844 - 850
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