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This project seeks to make the tools of modem molecular genetics available for the study of the horse. We will determine the locations of protein-encoding genes along the equine chromosomes and derive the coding DNA sequence for equine genes responsible for the structure and function of the proteins. A particular strength of this proposal is the long-term collaborative relationship among the investigators. Investment in these genomic resources will enable current and future studies to determi~e the nature of genetic disease and the response of equine tissues to normal and diseases responses feasible.
|Effective start/end date||9/1/02 → 1/31/06|
- Morris Animal Foundation: $304,818.00
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