Departmental Bulletin Paper Genetic diversity of Thoroughbred horse population from Bosnia and Herzegovina based on 17 microsatellite markers

Rukavina, Dunja  ,  Hasanbašić, Danica  ,  Ramić, Jasmin  ,  Zahirović, Amir  ,  Ajanović, Atifa  ,  Beganović, Kemal  ,  Durmić-Pašić, Adaleta  ,  Kalamujić, Belma  ,  Pojskić, Naris

64 ( 3 )  , pp.215 - 220 , 2016-08 , Graduate School of Veterinary Medicine, Hokkaido University
ISSN:0047-1917
NCID:AA0069128X
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The focus of this study was on genetic diversity of TB horse population raised in B&H. Genomic DNA was genotyped by using 17 microsatellite markers. A total of 103 alleles were detected. The average number of alleles per locus was 6.059 and effective number of alleles was 3.293. Means of observed and expected heterozygosity were calculated 0.645 and 0.696, respectively. The average PIC values was 0.649 and inbreeding coefficient was 0.090. Based on all observed parameters, ASB2 locus showed the highest genetic diversity while locus HMS2 was the least diverse. These results suggest that the population of TB horses from B&H is not affected by substantial loss of genetic diversity, indicating the presence of reasonably high level of genetic variability.
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