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Integrated approach combining genetics, genomics and muscle biology to manage beef quality

  • I. Cassar-Malek (a1), K. Sudre (a1), J. Bouley (a1), A. Listrat (a1), Y. Ueda (a1), C. Jurie (a1), Y. Briand (a2), M. Briand (a2), B. Meunier (a1), C. Leroux (a1), V. Amarger (a3), D. Delourme (a3), G. Renand (a4), B. Picard (a1), P. Martin (a5), H. Levéziel (a1) and J.F. Hocquette (a1)...

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Up to now, genetic selection in cattle has been directed in favour of muscle growth, which changes muscle characteristics, and hence meat quality. One key concern, that now needs examination, is to understand the relationships between muscle growth and muscle characteristics related to meat quality. To achieve such a goal, muscles of divergently selected animals were analysed by three complementary approaches: (i) determination of muscle biochemical characteristics, (ii) identification of differentially expressed genes using transcriptomic and proteomic tools, (iii) identification of Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNP) within candidate genes.

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Integrated approach combining genetics, genomics and muscle biology to manage beef quality

  • I. Cassar-Malek (a1), K. Sudre (a1), J. Bouley (a1), A. Listrat (a1), Y. Ueda (a1), C. Jurie (a1), Y. Briand (a2), M. Briand (a2), B. Meunier (a1), C. Leroux (a1), V. Amarger (a3), D. Delourme (a3), G. Renand (a4), B. Picard (a1), P. Martin (a5), H. Levéziel (a1) and J.F. Hocquette (a1)...

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