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Association of PLIN2 polymorphisms with economic traits in Berkshire pigs

한국동물생명공학회지 2020년 35권 3호 p.239 ~ 244
김예송, 성지연, 이윤석, 공홍식,
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김예송 ( Kim Ye-Song ) - Hankyong National University Department of Animal Life and Environment Science
성지연 ( Seong Ji-Yeon ) - Hankyong National University Genomic Informatics Center
이윤석 ( Lee Yoon-Seok ) - Hankyong National University Genomic Informatics Center
공홍식 ( Kong Hong-Sik ) - Hankyong National University Genomic Informatics Center

Abstract


Meat and carcass quality attributes are important factors influencing consumer preference and profitability in the pork industry. Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) are essential for livestock breeding and improvement. In the present study, the pig Perilipin 2 (PLIN2) gene was characterized with the aim of detecting genetic variation at these loci in relation to economic traits in Berkshire pigs. Four SNPs (G6714C, G6813A, G10340A, and G10632A) were detected in this studied. Statistical analysis indicated that G6714C was significantly associated with the National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) color score, G6813A, and G10340A significantly affected NPPC color score and NPPC marbling score, and G10632A significantly affected backfat thickness (BF) (p < 0.05). Therefore, the molecular markers used in the present study might provide a useful basis for identification and improvement of traits in the Berkshire pigs.

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Berkshire; economic traits; PLIN2; SNPs

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