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Effect of Calpastatin Gene Polymorphism on Lamb Growth and Muscling

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Enzymes in Tenderization of Meat - The System of Calpains and Other Systems - a Review

References Bernard C., Cassar-Malek I., Le Cunff M., Dubroeucq H., Renard G., Hocquette J. F., New indicators of beef sensory quality revealed by expression of specific genes. J. Agr. Food Chem., 2007, 55, 5229-5237. Boehm M. L., Kendall T. L., Thompson V. F., Goll D. E., Changes in the calpains and calpastatin during post mortem storage of bovine muscle. J. Anim. Sci., 1998, 76, 2415-2434. Boleman S. J., Boleman S. L., Bidner T. D., Mc Millin K. W., Monlezun C. J., Effects of

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Associations of CAST, CAPN1 and MSTN genes polymorphism with slaughter value and beef quality

References Aiello D., Patel K., Lasagna E. (2018). The myostatin gene: an overview of mechanisms of action and its relevance to livestock animals. Anim. Gen. 49: 505-519. doi: 10.1111/age.12696 Allais S., Journaux L., Levéziel H., Payet-Duprat N., Raynaud P., Hocquette J.F., Lepetit J., Rousset S., Denoyelle C., Bernard-Capel C., Renand G. (2011). Effects of polymorphisms in the calpastatin and μ-calpain genes on meat tenderness in 3 French beef breeds. J. Anim. Sci. 89: 1-11. Allais S., Levéziel H., Payet-Duprat N., Hocquette J.F., Lepetit J

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Single loci and haplotypes in CAPN1 and CAST genes are associated with growth, biometrics, and in vivo carcass traits in Santa Inês sheep

References Aalia M., Moradi-Shahrbabak H., Moradi-Shahrbabak M., Sadeghi M., Yousefi A.R. (2017) Association of the calpastatin genotypes, haplotypes, and SNPs withmeat quality and fatty acid composition in two Iranian fat- andthin-tailed sheep breeds. Small Rumin. Res. 149: 40–51. Armstrong E., Ciappesoni G., Iriarte W., Da Silva C., Macedo F., Navajas E.A., Brito G., San Julián R., Gimeno D., Postiglioni A. (2018). Novel genetic polymorphisms associated with carcass traits in grazing Texel sheep. Meat Sci. 145: 202-808. Barendse W. (2011

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Comparison of M.Semitendinosus Morphometry and Structure in Gilts and Barrows at Market Age

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Genetic and Nutritional Factors Determining the Production and Quality of Sheep Meat – A Review

. 351. Aurousseau B., Bauchart D., Calichon E., Micol D., Priolo A. (2004). Effect of grass or concentrate feeding systems and rate of growth on triglyceride and phospholipid and their fatty acids in the M. longissimus thoracis of lambs. Meat Sci., 66: 531-541. Bagatoli A., Gasparino E., Soares M.A.M., Amaral R.M., Macedo F.A.F., Voltolini D.M., Del Vesco A.P. (2013). Expression of calpastatin and myostatin genes associated with lamb meat quality. Genet. Mol. Res., 12: 6168-6175. Baranowski A., Gabryszuk M., Jóźwik A

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20. The Effect of Muscle Type and Time of Storage on Myofibrillar Protein Proportion in Beef

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Changes in Enzymatic Activity of Fish and Slaughter Animals Meat after High Pressure Treatment at Subzero Temperatures

., Calpain and cathepsin activities in post mortem fi sh and meat muscles. Food Chem., 2007a, 101, 1474-1479. 10. Cheret R., Delbarre-Ladrat C., Verrez-Bagnis V., de Lamballerie-Anton M., Effect of high pressure on the calpain-calpastatin system in fish muscle. J. Food Sci., 2007b, 72, C313-C316. 11. DeJong G.A.H., Koppelman S.J., Transglutaminase catalyzed reactions: impact on food applications. J. Food Sci., 2002, 67, 2798-2806. 12. Duranton F., Simonin H., Guyon C., Jung S., de Lamballerie M., High-pressure processing of

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Myosin Heavy Chain Composition, Rate of Dystrophin and Integrin Degradation and Meat Quality of Pig Longissimus thoracis and psoas major Muscles During Postmortem Aging

., Ertbjerg P., Moller A.J., Bejerholm C., Stoier S. (2000). Long-term changes in performance and meat quality of Danish Landrance pigs: a study on a current compared with an unim-proved genotype. Anim. Sci., 71: 81–92. de Oliveira L.G., Delgado E.F., Steadham E.M., Huff-Lonergan E., Lonergan S.M. (2019). Association of calpain and calpastatin activity to postmortem myofibrillar protein degradation and sarcoplasmic proteome changes in bovine Longissimus lumborum and Triceps brachii. Meat Sci., 155: 50–60. Omairi S., Hau K.L., Collins-Hooper H., Scott C

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Immune Complexes and Complement in Serum and Synovial Fluid of Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients

, Menard HA. Rheumatoid arthritis specific anti-Sa antibodies target citrullinated vimentin. Arthritis research & therapy 2004; 6 (2): 142-50. Vittecoq O, Salle V, Jouen-Beades F, et al. Autoantibodies to the 27 C-terminal amino acids of calpastatin are detected in a restricted set of connective tissue diseases and may be useful for diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis in community cases of very early arthritis. Rheumatology 2001; 40: 1126-34. Hassfeld W, Steiner G, Graninger W, Witzmann G, Schweitzer H, Smolen J

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