The Roslin Institute | The University of Edinburgh
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CRISPR Edited Transgenic Animals - Synthego
However, the pig genome possesses fragments of retrovirus genomes from past infections, raising safety concerns in humans. Researchers recently achieved the difficult task of eliminating all viral DNA fragments from the pig genome for the first time, bringing us a step closer to the long-term goal of using pigs as organ donors.
Taxonomy browser (Sus scrofa)
THE NCBI Taxonomy database allows browsing of the taxonomy tree, which contains a classification of organisms.
What is a Test Cross: Why is it used (Biology ...
The reason we don’t know is that there are two genotypes that BOTH produce a dominant trait phenotype, homozygous dominant (BB) & heterozygous (Bb), & we can’t see the actual alleles (letters) without serious scientific chromosomal-type analysis — and that’s assuming that a Guinea Pig Genome Project has been completed for us to refer to ...
Organ Transplantation and Rejection | Microbiology
Finding these genes and effectively removing them is a challenge, however. So too is identifying and neutralizing risks from viral sequences that might be embedded in the pig genome, posing a risk for infection in the human recipient.
Pig - Wikipedia
In August 2015, a study looked at over 100 pig genome sequences to ascertain their process of domestication. The process of domestication was assumed to have been initiated by humans, involved few individuals and relied on reproductive isolation between wild and domestic forms.
Profiling of open chromatin in developing pig (Sus scrofa ...
There is very little pig-specific information about how the genome is regulated in domestic pigs ( Sus scrofa ). This lack of knowledge hinders efforts to define and predict the effects of genetic variants in pig breeding programmes. In order to address this knowledge gap, we need to identify regulatory sequences in the pig genome starting with regions of open chromatin.
Pigs - The Domestication History of Sus Scrofa
A decade of pig genome sequencing: a window on pig domestication and evolution. Genetics Selection Evolution 48(1):1-9. Krause-Kyora B, Makarewicz C, Evin A, Girdland Flink L, Dobney K, Larson G, Hartz S, Schreiber S, Von Carnap-Bornheim C, Von Wurmb-Schwark N et al. 2013. Use of domestic pigs by Mesolithic hunter-gatherers in northwestern Europe.
Pig Development - Embryology
Pig (Sus scrofa) developmental model is studied extensively due to the commercial applications of pigs for meat production and for health issues such as obesity, cardiovascular disease, and organ transplantation (xenotransplantation).Historically, there is an excellent description of the pig reproductive estrous cycle and the cyclic changes that occur within the ovary.