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A premature stop mutation in the porcine myostatin gene is a candidate causative variant for a recessive leg weakness syndrome and affects muscle depth

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A premature stop mutation in the porcine myostatin gene is a candidate causative variant for a recessive leg weakness syndrome and affects muscle depth. / Matika, Oswald; Robledo Sanchez, Diego; Pong-Wong, Ricardo; Woolliams, John; Bishop, Stephen; Riggio, Valentina; Hoste, Annabelle; Walling, Grant A; Archibald, Alan; Houston, Ross.

2018. 297 Paper presented at 11th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Auckland, New Zealand.

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Harvard

Matika, O, Robledo Sanchez, D, Pong-Wong, R, Woolliams, J, Bishop, S, Riggio, V, Hoste, A, Walling, GA, Archibald, A & Houston, R 2018, 'A premature stop mutation in the porcine myostatin gene is a candidate causative variant for a recessive leg weakness syndrome and affects muscle depth' Paper presented at 11th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Auckland, New Zealand, 11/02/18 - 16/02/18, pp. 297.

APA

Matika, O., Robledo Sanchez, D., Pong-Wong, R., Woolliams, J., Bishop, S., Riggio, V., ... Houston, R. (2018). A premature stop mutation in the porcine myostatin gene is a candidate causative variant for a recessive leg weakness syndrome and affects muscle depth. 297. Paper presented at 11th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Auckland, New Zealand.

Vancouver

Matika O, Robledo Sanchez D, Pong-Wong R, Woolliams J, Bishop S, Riggio V et al. A premature stop mutation in the porcine myostatin gene is a candidate causative variant for a recessive leg weakness syndrome and affects muscle depth. 2018. Paper presented at 11th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Auckland, New Zealand.

Author

Matika, Oswald ; Robledo Sanchez, Diego ; Pong-Wong, Ricardo ; Woolliams, John ; Bishop, Stephen ; Riggio, Valentina ; Hoste, Annabelle ; Walling, Grant A ; Archibald, Alan ; Houston, Ross. / A premature stop mutation in the porcine myostatin gene is a candidate causative variant for a recessive leg weakness syndrome and affects muscle depth. Paper presented at 11th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Auckland, New Zealand.7 p.