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bp0007rdr3 | Ruminant Genomes | REDR2010

Creating new knowledge for ruminant reproduction from rapidly expanding and evolving scientific databases

Bauersachs S , Blum H , Krebs S , FröhIich T , Arnold GJ , Wolf E

Declining fertility is a major problem for the dairy industry. Recent developments of Omics-technologies facilitate a comprehensive analysis of molecular patters in gametes, embryos and tissues of the reproductive tract which may help to identify the reasons for impaired fertility. Large Omics-datasets require appropriate bioinformatics analysis in the context of rapidly expanding and evolving scientific databases. This overview summarizes the current status of ruminant genome...