El Genoma bovino, métodos y resultados de su análisis

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Janeth Ortega Luís García

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El conocimiento del genoma de especies domésticas ha permitido la selección de características importantes para la producción y la aplicación de técnicas moleculares en mejoramiento genético. El objetivo de esta revisión fue presentar la metodología que se utilizó para el secuenciamiento del genoma bovino, describir la estructura molecular y presentar los principales hallazgos de este proyecto. Se describen las principales herramientas y metodologías utilizadas para el secuenciamiento del genoma, la naturaleza molecular y las perspectivas que de este conocimiento surgen para el desarrollo de la medicina veterinaria y la producción animal. Se resalta la importancia del uso de estas estrategias de estudio para comparaciones evolutivas y la búsqueda de genes bovinos para características importantes de producción y loci de características cuantitativas (QTLs). Se incluyen los genes anotados a la fecha, la sintenia entre especies, al igual que los cromosomas bovinos mejor descritos. Finalmente se resumen las perspectivas de utilización de este conocimiento en el campo de la producción y conocimiento del genoma bovino, las repercusiones en el estudio comparativo entre razas y el mejoramiento genético de las especies.

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