Sitemap

A list of all the posts and pages found on the site. For you robots out there is an XML version available for digesting as well.

Pages

Posts

Future Blog Post

less than 1 minute read

Published:

This post will show up by default. To disable scheduling of future posts, edit config.yml and set future: false.

Blog Post number 4

less than 1 minute read

Published:

This is a sample blog post. Lorem ipsum I can’t remember the rest of lorem ipsum and don’t have an internet connection right now. Testing testing testing this blog post. Blog posts are cool.

Blog Post number 3

less than 1 minute read

Published:

This is a sample blog post. Lorem ipsum I can’t remember the rest of lorem ipsum and don’t have an internet connection right now. Testing testing testing this blog post. Blog posts are cool.

Blog Post number 2

less than 1 minute read

Published:

This is a sample blog post. Lorem ipsum I can’t remember the rest of lorem ipsum and don’t have an internet connection right now. Testing testing testing this blog post. Blog posts are cool.

Blog Post number 1

less than 1 minute read

Published:

This is a sample blog post. Lorem ipsum I can’t remember the rest of lorem ipsum and don’t have an internet connection right now. Testing testing testing this blog post. Blog posts are cool.

hobbies

portfolio

publications

Genome-wide association with residual body weight gain in Bos indicus cattle

Published in Genetics and Molecular Research,14(2):5229-5233, 2015

To identify candidate genes and genomic regions associated with residual body weight gain (RWG), we conducted a genome-wide association study (GWAS) with 720 Nellore cattle using the GRAMMAR-Gamma association test.

Recommended citation: M.H.A. Santana, R.C. Gomes, Y.T. Utsunomiya, H.H.R. Neves, F.J. Novais, M.N. Bonin, H. Fukumasu, J.F. Garcia, P.A. Alexandre, G.A. Oliveira Junior, L.L. Coutinho (2015) Genome-wide association with residual body weight gain in Bos indicus cattle. Genetics and Molecular Research Volume: 14 Issue: 2 Pages: 5229-5233

Visual body-scores selection and its influence on body size and ultrasound carcass traits in Nellore cattle

Published in Journal of Animal Science, 93 (12):5597–5606 , 2015

Genetic parameters, genetic trends, and genetic progress of carcass traits were estimated for 12,447 Nellore individuals from different Brazilian herds. Carcass traits evaluated by ultrasound and visual body scores are eligible for selection and can be used in genetic improvement programs in Nellore cattle

Recommended citation: M. N. Bonin J. B. S. Ferraz V. B. Pedrosa S. L. Silva R. C. Gomes D. C. Cucco M. H. A. Santana J. H. A. Campos V. N. Barbosa F. S. F. Castro F. J. Novais E. C. M. Oliveira (2015).Visual body-scores selection and its influence on body size and ultrasound carcass traits in Nellore cattle. Journal of Animal Science, Volume 93, Issue 12, December 2015, Pages 5597–5606.

Circulating leptin and its muscle gene expression in Nellore cattle with divergent feed efficiency

Published in Journal of Animal Science and Biotechnology,8:71, 2017

In this study, circulating leptin and its gene expression in muscle were evaluated in two groups of young Nellore bulls with divergent feed efficiency.

Recommended citation: L.F.M. Mota, C.M. Bonafé, P.A. Alexandre, M.H. Santana, F.J. Novais , E. Toriyama, A.V. Pires, S.L. Silva, P.R. Leme, J.B.S. Ferraz and H. Fukumasu(2017)Circulating leptin and its muscle gene expression in Nellore cattle with divergent feed efficiency.Journal of Animal Science and Biotechnology Volume: 8 Pages:71

Identification of a metabolomic signature associated with feed efficiency in beef cattle

Published in BMC Genomics,20(1):8, 2019

Our aim was to evaluate the potential of serum metabolites to identify Feed Efficiency of beef cattle before they enter the feedlot.

Recommended citation: F.J. Novais , P.R.L. Pires, P.A. Alexandre, R.A. Dromms, A.H. Iglesias, J.B.S. Ferraz, M.P. Styczynski and H. Fukumasu(2017),Identification of a metabolomic signature associated with feed efficiency in beef cattle.BMC Genomics Volume: 20 Issue: 1 Pages: 8

Identification of selection signatures involved in performance traits in a paternal broiler line

Published in BMC Genomics,20:449, 2019

This study aimed to identify selection signatures in a paternal broiler TT line at generations 7th and 16th of selection and to investigate the genes annotated in these regions as well as the biological pathways involved.

Recommended citation: O.A.C. Almeida, G.C.M. Moreira, F.M. Rezende, C. Boschiero, J. O. Peixoto, A.M.G. Ibelli, M.C. Ledur, F.J. Novais and L.L Coutinho (2019) Identification of selection signatures involved in performance traits in a paternal broiler line. BMC Genomics Volume: 20 Issue: 1 Pages: 449

resources

talks

teaching