松本 大和

MATSUMOTO Hirokazu

  • 准教授
  • 学位:博士(農学)

基本情報

所属

  • Undergraduate School of Agriculture / Department of Animal Science
  • Graduate School of Agriculture / Course of Agricultural Sciences

詳細情報

研究分野

  • Life sciences Genetics

論文

MC1R c.310G>‐ and c.871G>A determine the coat color of Kumamoto sub‐breed of Japanese Brown cattle

The non-synonymous mutation in bovine SPP1 gene influences carcass weight

The SNPs in bovine MMP14 promoter influence on fat-related traits

Preservation of Genetic Diversity of the Asian Native Goats

Lack of Rev7 function results in development of tubulostromal adenomas in mouse ovary

The g.841G>C SNP of FASN gene is associated with fatty acid composition in beef cattle

An ENU-induced mutation in the mouse Rnf212 gene is associated with male meiotic failure and infertility

The SNPs in the promoter regions of the bovine FADS2 and FABP4 genes are associated with beef quality traits

UTS2R gene polymorphisms are associated with fatty acid composition in Japanese beef cattle

Genome-wide association study for fatty acid composition in Japanese Black cattle

Genetic diversity and structure in Asian native goat analyzed by newly developed SNP markers

The SNP in the promoter region of the bovine ELOVL5 gene influences economic traits including subcutaneous fat thickness

The SNPs in the ACACA gene are effective on fatty acid composition in holstein milk

Identification of SNPs in the FASN gene and their effect on fatty acid milk composition in Holstein cattle

Suppression of WWP1 Gene Via RNAi Induced the Reduction of Proliferation Rate of C2C12 Myoblasts

Accumulation of caveolin-3 protein is limited in damaged muscle in chicken muscular dystrophy

Mutated WWP1 Induces an Aberrant Expression of Myosin Heavy Chain Gene in C2C12 Skeletal Muscle Cells

Expression Pattern of WWP1 in Muscular Dystrophic and Normal Chickens

The ubiquitin ligase gene (WWP1) is responsible for the chicken muscular dystrophy

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