Revealing the history of domesticated sheep using retrovirus integrations

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Revealing the history of domesticated sheep using retrovirus integrations. / Chessa, Bernado; Pereira, Filipe; Arnaud, Frederick; Amorim, Antonio; Goyache, Félix; Mainland, Ingrid; Kao, Rowland R; Pemberton, Josephine M; Beraldi, Dario; Stear, Michael J; Alberti, Alberto; Pittau, Marco; Iannuzzi, Leopoldo; Banabazi, Mohammad H; Kazwala, Rudovick R; Zhang, Ya-ping; Arranz, Juan J; Ali, Bahy A; Wang, Zhiliang; Uzun, Metehan; Dione, Michel M; Olsaker, Ingrid; Holm, Lars-Erik; Saarma, Urmas; Ahmad, Sohail; Marzanov, Nurbiy; Eythorsdottir, Emma; Holland, Martin J; Ajmone-Marsan, Paolo; Bruford, Michael W; Kantanen, Juha; Spencer, Thomas E; Palmarini, Massimo.

In: Science, Vol. 324, No. 5926, 24.04.2009, p. 532-536.

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Chessa, B, Pereira, F, Arnaud, F, Amorim, A, Goyache, F, Mainland, I, Kao, RR, Pemberton, JM, Beraldi, D, Stear, MJ, Alberti, A, Pittau, M, Iannuzzi, L, Banabazi, MH, Kazwala, RR, Zhang, Y, Arranz, JJ, Ali, BA, Wang, Z, Uzun, M, Dione, MM, Olsaker, I, Holm, L-E, Saarma, U, Ahmad, S, Marzanov, N, Eythorsdottir, E, Holland, MJ, Ajmone-Marsan, P, Bruford, MW, Kantanen, J, Spencer, TE & Palmarini, M 2009, 'Revealing the history of domesticated sheep using retrovirus integrations', Science, vol. 324, no. 5926, pp. 532-536. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.1170587

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Chessa, B., Pereira, F., Arnaud, F., Amorim, A., Goyache, F., Mainland, I., ... Palmarini, M. (2009). Revealing the history of domesticated sheep using retrovirus integrations. Science, 324(5926), 532-536. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.1170587

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Chessa B, Pereira F, Arnaud F, Amorim A, Goyache F, Mainland I, Kao RR, Pemberton JM, Beraldi D, Stear MJ, Alberti A, Pittau M, Iannuzzi L, Banabazi MH, Kazwala RR, Zhang Y, Arranz JJ, Ali BA, Wang Z, Uzun M, Dione MM, Olsaker I, Holm L-E, Saarma U, Ahmad S, Marzanov N, Eythorsdottir E, Holland MJ, Ajmone-Marsan P, Bruford MW, Kantanen J, Spencer TE, Palmarini M. 2009. Revealing the history of domesticated sheep using retrovirus integrations. Science. 324(5926):532-536. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.1170587

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Chessa B, Pereira F, Arnaud F, Amorim A, Goyache F, Mainland I et al. Revealing the history of domesticated sheep using retrovirus integrations. Science. 2009 Apr 24;324(5926):532-536. https://doi.org/10.1126/science.1170587

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Chessa, Bernado ; Pereira, Filipe ; Arnaud, Frederick ; Amorim, Antonio ; Goyache, Félix ; Mainland, Ingrid ; Kao, Rowland R ; Pemberton, Josephine M ; Beraldi, Dario ; Stear, Michael J ; Alberti, Alberto ; Pittau, Marco ; Iannuzzi, Leopoldo ; Banabazi, Mohammad H ; Kazwala, Rudovick R ; Zhang, Ya-ping ; Arranz, Juan J ; Ali, Bahy A ; Wang, Zhiliang ; Uzun, Metehan ; Dione, Michel M ; Olsaker, Ingrid ; Holm, Lars-Erik ; Saarma, Urmas ; Ahmad, Sohail ; Marzanov, Nurbiy ; Eythorsdottir, Emma ; Holland, Martin J ; Ajmone-Marsan, Paolo ; Bruford, Michael W ; Kantanen, Juha ; Spencer, Thomas E ; Palmarini, Massimo. / Revealing the history of domesticated sheep using retrovirus integrations. In: Science. 2009 ; Vol. 324, No. 5926. pp. 532-536.

Bibtex

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AU - Kao, Rowland R

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AU - Eythorsdottir, Emma

AU - Holland, Martin J

AU - Ajmone-Marsan, Paolo

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