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Investigation of milk protein genetic polymorphism in Hungarian Spotted and Hungarian Grey cattle breeds


, : Investigation of milk protein genetic polymorphism in Hungarian Spotted and Hungarian Grey cattle breeds. Allattenyesztes es Takarmanyozas 41(5): 427-439

Genetic variants of alpha s1-, beta - and kappa -casein, and beta -lactoglobulin were studied with PAGE and isoelectric focusing in milk samples of 101 Hungarian Spotted and of 120 Hungarian Grey cows. Gene frequencies and genotype frequencies were estimated. Remarkable differences in gene frequencies between the 2 breeds tested were observed at the kappa -casein and beta -lactoglobulin locus.

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