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See detailA new methodology to analyse monthly somatic cell counts
Detilleux, Johann ULg; Volckaert, D.; Leroy, Pascal ULg

(1998)

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See detailInvestigating the role of myostatin in the determinism of double muscling characterizing Belgian Texel sheep
Marcq, Fabienne ULg; El Barkouki, S.; Elsen, J.-M. et al

(1998)

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See detailRadiological Assessment of the Effects of a Full Rolling Motion Shoe During Asymmetrical Bearing
Caudron, Isabelle; Miesen, Myriam; Grulke, Sigrid ULg et al

in Equine Veterinary Journal. Supplement (1997), (23), 20-2

The authors used a new radiological method to assess asymmetrical articular compression of the interphalangeal joints. This method was based on the measurements of 3 angles obtained on dorsopalmar ... [more ▼]

The authors used a new radiological method to assess asymmetrical articular compression of the interphalangeal joints. This method was based on the measurements of 3 angles obtained on dorsopalmar radiographs. Variations of these angles were studied during experimental asymmetrical bearing on unshod feet. It was concluded that 2 angles were interesting parameters to assess asymmetrical articular compression and to define the position of the phalanx in the horny box. Furthermore, variations of these angles induced by experimental asymmetrical bearing were compared without shoe, with a standard shoe and with an orthopaedic full rolling motion shoe. It was observed that the effects of the asymmetrical bearing were reduced when feet were shod with a full rolling motion shoe. [less ▲]

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See detailA computer program to optimize herd dairy management
Harvengt, A.; Detilleux, Johann ULg; Chapaux, Ph. et al

(1997)

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See detailUtilisation de la race D'man en croisement
El Fadili, M.; Leroy, Pascal ULg

(1997)

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See detailMeasures of mastitis
Detilleux, Johann ULg; Kehrli, M.E.Jr.; Freeman, A. E. et al

(1996)

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See detailGenetic evaluation of type traits in Northern part of Belgium
Detilleux, Johann ULg; Volckaert, D.; Leroy, Pascal ULg

(1996)

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See detailLivestock and veterinary research in the CGIAR
Leroy, Pascal ULg; D'Ieteren, G.

in BADC and FAO, Brussels (1996)

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See detailThe mh gene causing double-muscling in cattle maps to bovine chromosome 2
Charlier, Carole ULg; Coppieters, Wouter ULg; Farnir, Frédéric ULg et al

in Mammalian Genome : Official Journal of the International Mammalian Genome Society (1995), 6

While the hereditary nature of the double-muscling phenotype (a generalized muscular hypertrophy documented in several cattle breeds) is well established, its precise segregation mode has remained ... [more ▼]

While the hereditary nature of the double-muscling phenotype (a generalized muscular hypertrophy documented in several cattle breeds) is well established, its precise segregation mode has remained controversial. Both monogenic models (autosomal dominant or recessive) and oligogenic models have been proposed. Using a panel of 213 bovine microsatellite markers, and an experimental pedigree obtained by backcrossing double-muscled (Belgian Blue)xconventional (Friesian) F1 dams to double-muscled sire, we have mapped a locus on bovine Chromosome (Chr) 2 that accounts for all the phenotypic variance in the backcross generation. This locus, referred to as mh (muscular hypertrophy), has been positioned with respect to a map composed of seven Chr 2-specific microsatellites, at 2 cM from the closest marker. This result confirms the validity in the Belgian Blue population of the monogenic model involving an autosomal mh locus, characterized by a wild-type + and a recessive mh allele, causing the double-muscling phenotype in the homozygous condition. The linkage relationship between the mh locus and the Chr 2 markers was confirmed in three informative pedigrees collected from the general Belgian Blue Cattle population, reinforcing the notion of genetic homogeneity of the double-muscling trait in this breed. This work paves the way towards marker-assisted selection for or against the double-muscling trait, and towards positional cloning of the corresponding gene. [less ▲]

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