Indian Journal of Animal Research

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Indian Journal of Animal Research, volume 46 issue 2 (june 2012) : 208 - 209


R.S. Wakchaure, I.D. Gupta*, Archana Verma, Dinesh Kumar1, G.S. Sonawane
1Molecular Genetics Lab, Dairy Cattle Breeding Division, National Dairy Research Institute, Karnal-132 001, India
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Cite article:- Wakchaure R.S., Gupta* I.D., Verma Archana, Kumar1 Dinesh, Sonawane G.S. (2024). ASSOCIATION OF GENETIC VARIANTS OF PARTIAL EXON 3 REGION OF TLR4 GENE WITH MASTITIS IN SAHIWAL CATTLE. Indian Journal of Animal Research. 46(2): 208 - 209. doi: .
AluI restriction digestion exhibited three AA, AB and BB of partial exon 3 region of TLR4 gene in Sahiwal cattle. It was found that Sahiwal cattle with BB genotype were susceptible (60.00 %) to mastitis. Association between all the genotypes combinations of partial exon 3 region of TLR4 gene was found to be non-significant with mastitis, except between AA and AB genotype.
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