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Overview of metabolomic analysis and the integration with multi-omics for economic traits in cattle

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Overview of metabolomic analysis and the integration with multi-omics for economic traits in cattle. / Hao, Dan; Bai, Jiangsong; Du, Jianyong et al.

I: Metabolites, Bind 11, Nr. 11, 753, 11.2021.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskrift/Konferencebidrag i tidsskrift /Bidrag til avisReviewForskningpeer review

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Hao D, Bai J, Du J, Wu X, Thomsen B, Gao H et al. Overview of metabolomic analysis and the integration with multi-omics for economic traits in cattle. Metabolites. 2021 nov.;11(11):753. doi: 10.3390/metabo11110753

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Hao, Dan ; Bai, Jiangsong ; Du, Jianyong et al. / Overview of metabolomic analysis and the integration with multi-omics for economic traits in cattle. I: Metabolites. 2021 ; Bind 11, Nr. 11.

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abstract = "Metabolomics has been applied to measure the dynamic metabolic responses, to understand the systematic biological networks, to reveal the potential genetic architecture, etc., for human diseases and livestock traits. For example, the current published results include the detected relevant candidate metabolites, identified metabolic pathways, potential systematic networks, etc., for different cattle traits that can be applied for further metabolomic and integrated omics studies. Therefore, summarizing the applications of metabolomics for economic traits is required in cattle. We here provide a comprehensive review about metabolomic analysis and its integration with other omics in five aspects: (1) characterization of the metabolomic profile of cattle; (2) metabolomic applications in cattle; (3) integrated metabolomic analysis with other omics; (4) methods and tools in metabolomic analysis; and (5) further potentialities. The review aims to investigate the existing metabolomic studies by highlighting the results in cattle, integrated with other omics studies, to understand the metabolic mechanisms underlying the economic traits and to provide useful information for further research and practical breeding programs in cattle.",
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AU - Su, Guosheng

AU - Wang, Xiao

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