Genome-Wide Analysis Reveals Selection for Important Traits in Domestic Horse Breeds

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L. Petersen, Jessica; R. Mickelson, James; Rendahl, Aaron K.; J. Valberg, Stephanie; S. Andersson, Lisa; Axelsson, Jeanette; Bailey, Ernie; Bannasch, Danika; M. Binns, Matthew; S. Borges, Alexandre; Brama, Pieter; da Câmara Machado, Artur; Capomaccio, Stefano; Cappelli, Katia; Gus Cothran, E.; Distl, Ottmar; Fox-Clipsham, Laura; T. Graves, Kathryn; Guérin, Gérard; Haase, Bianca; Hasegawa, Telhisa; Hemmann, Karin; W. Hill, Emmeline; Leeb, Tosso; Lindgren, Gabriella; Lohi, Hannes; Susana Lopes, Maria; A. McGivney, Beatrice; Mikko, Sofia; Orr, Nicholas; ... view all 40 authors

<div><p>Intense selective pressures applied over short evolutionary time have resulted in homogeneity within, but substantial variation among, horse breeds. Utilizing this population structure, 744 individuals from 33 breeds, and a 54,000 SNP genotyping array, breed-spe... View more
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