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Title: TRACEABILITY OF FOUR EUROPEAN PROTECTED GEOGRAPHIC INDICATION (PGI) BEEF PRODUCTS USING SINGLE NUCLEOTIDE POLYMORPHISMS (SNP) AND BAYESIAN STATISTICS
Authors: Negrini, Riccardo
Nicoloso, Letizia Grazia Maria
Crepaldi, Paola
Milanesi, Elisabetta
Colli, L.
Chegdani, F.
Pariset, Lorraine
Dunner, Susana
Leveziel, Hubert
Williams, J. L.
Ajmone-Marsan, Paolo
Keywords: SNPs;SNPs;Traceability;Tracciabilità;Breed;Razza;Cattle;Bovino
Issue Date: 13-Apr-2011
Abstract: 
The use of SNPs in combination with Bayesian statistics for the geographic traceability of cattle were evaluated using a dataset comprising 24 breeds from Italy,France,Spain, Denmark, the Netherlands,Switzerland and UK genotyped with 90 polymorphic markers.
The percentage of correct assignment of the individuals to their Country of origin was 90%, with an average assignment probability of 93% and an average specificity of 92%. The higher value was observed for UK breeds (97% of correct assignment) while Swiss animals were the most difficult to allocate (77% of correct assignment).
Tracing of Protected Geographic Indication (PGI) products, the approach correctly assigned 100% of Guaranteed Pure Highland Beef; 97% of “Vitellone dell’Appennino Centrale” breeds; 84% of Ternera de Navarra, and 80% of Boeuf de Chalosse.
Methods to verify Products of Designated Origin (PDO) and Protected Geographic Indication (PGI) products will help to protect regional foods and promote the economic growth of marginal rural areas
by encouraging the product on of high quality niche market foods.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2067/1910
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