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Issue:ISSN 1000-7083
          CN 51-1193/Q
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Polymorphisms of the Fourth Intron of POU1F1 Gene in Artificial Populations of Tibetan Pigs and Correlation with Growth Traits
Author of the article:HE Fan1,2, SHUAI Surong1*, JIANG Jianping2*
Author's Workplace:(1. College of Animal Science, Sichuan Agricultural University, Ya’an, Sichuan Province 625014, China; 2. Chengdu Institute of Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chengdu 610041, China)
Key Words:Tibetan pig; POU1F1; SNP; growth trait
Abstract:

In this study, 108 individuals of Aba Tibetan pig from Pujiang county (Sichuan province) were selected to investigate the polymorphisms of the fourth intron of pituitary specific transcription factor 1 (POU1F1) gene. The results showed that four loci of single nucleotide polymorphisms (g.13952A>G, g.14192T>C, g.14384G>C, and g.14464T>A) were detected, constituting six haplotypes (H1~H6) and 11 haplotype combination (H1H1, H1H2, H1H4, H1H5, H1H6, H2H2, H2H6, H3H3, H3H4, H5H6, H6H6). Additionally, 14 growth traits were measured among pigs of 2-month- (100), 3-month- (86) and 4-month-old (82), respectively. However, no significant difference in these growth traits was observed between boars and sows except heart girth and abdominal girth in 4-month-oldThe correlation analysis between growth traits and haplotype showed that individuals with H1H1 haplotype performed the lowest growth rate, suggesting that more attention should be paid to these pigs in further miniaturization selection.

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