Análisis y revisión de la variación del MHC-B (complejo mayor de Histocompatibilidad) en pollos.

Síntesis del trabajo en líneas sintéticas INTA

  • Gabriela Marisa Iglesias Universidad Nacional de Río Negro. Sede Alto Valle y Valle Medio. Escuela de veterinaria y producción agroindustrial. Área de Genética
Palabras clave: Complejo mayor de Histocompatibilidad, pollos, Gallus gallus, MHC, aves, SNPs, haplotipos, Campero INTA

Resumen

El complejo mayor de Histocompatibilidad (MHC del inglés: Major histocompatibility complex) en pollos (Gallus gallus) se encuentra localizado en un micro cromosoma, el 16 del genoma aviar. Así como ocurre en otras especies tiene una fuerte asociación con la resistencia genética a enfermedades. Esta característica multigénica es particularmente deseada para la selección de esta especie, en particular por su relación con el bienestar animal.  En este trabajo se pretende revisar los conocimientos sobre el análisis de la variabilidad del MHC-B en pollos y sus metodologías de análisis y una síntesis de los trabajos realizados en pollos Campero INTA

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2022-07-05
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Iglesias, G. M. (2022). Análisis y revisión de la variación del MHC-B (complejo mayor de Histocompatibilidad) en pollos . Ciencia Veterinaria, 24(2), 1-19. https://doi.org/10.19137/cienvet20222406
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