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Horse genome mapping: a new era in horse genetics?


, : Horse genome mapping: a new era in horse genetics?. Equine Veterinary Journal 30(1): 13-17

In this review, the rapid increase in molecular genetic studies of the horse are discussed. It is suggested that the subjects covered will have a major impact on the diagnosis and treatment of inherited diseases in horses and on the selection policies of horse breeders.

Accession: 003161790

PMID: 9458394

DOI: 10.1111/j.2042-3306.1998.tb04083.x

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