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|Title: ||Characterization of single nucleotide polymorphisms in sheep and their variation as evidence of selection|
|Authors: ||Pariset, Lorraine|
|Issue Date: ||2006|
|Publisher: ||Animal Genetics|
|Citation: ||Pariset, L.; Cappuccio, I.; Joost, S.; D'Andrea, M.; Marletta, D.; Ajmone Marsan, P.; Valentini, A.
(2006) Characterization of single nucleotide polymorphisms in sheep and their variation as evidence of selection Animal Genetics, 37, 290–292|
|Abstract: ||The discovery of SNPs was performed using animals from eight European sheep breeds.
Eleven SNPs were further characterized using about 1700 sheep belonging to 57 breeds. A
method for the identification of loci that were likely subject to selection was applied; three of
the 11 SNPs lying outside the 95% confidence region of the conditional joint distribution of
FST and mean heterozygosity were identified as outliers.|
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