Table 1

Main references for the selected genes in the GENOTEND chip
Gene families Main references Proportion (%)
Muscle hypertrophy and growth, differences between muscles, beef quality especially tenderness (our own transcriptomic studies) [1] Meat Sci., 82, 205-212; [2]. Meat Sci., 70, 267-277; [12]. J. Agric. Food Chem., 55, 5229-5237; [16]. EAAP 112, 371-377; [17]. J. Physiol. Pharmacol., 60, Suppl 2, 83-90; [18]. J. Biochem. 133, 745-756 and unpublished results 33
Muscle fœtal ontogenesis, muscle hypertrophy and growth, beef quality (especially tendernesss) and post-mortem ageing (our own proteomic studies) [14]. Proteomics 5, 490-500; [19]. Proteomics 6, 2571-2575; [20]. Proteomics 8, 4236-4248; [21]. Animal 3, 980-1000; [22]. Animal, 6, 867-874; [23]. Meat Sci., 78, 297-304. 14
Muscle hypertrophy and growth, intramuscular fat deposition, beef quality especially tenderness (French, European and international genetic studies) [9]. Animal, 1, 159-173; [13]. Anim Genet, 40, 486-491; [24]. J. Anim. Sci., 89, 1-11; [25]. Animal, 4, 303–319; [26]. J. Anim. Sci., 85, 2660-2669 and unpublished results 25
Muscle hypertrophy and growth, differences between muscles, intramuscular fat deposition, beef quality (Australian studies) [27]. J Anim Sci 84, 3239-3250; [28]. BMC Dev. Biol., 7,95; [29] Mamm. Genome 16, 201–210; [30] Aust. J. Exp. Agr. 45, 809–820; [31] J. Anim. Sci. 87, 119–130. 7
Muscle hypertrophy and growth, differences between muscles, intramuscular fat deposition, beef quality and ageing (American and other European studies) [8]. Meat Sci., 74, 3-16; [32]. 83, 2075-2086; [33]. 6, 2720-2731; [34]. 5, 1763-1769; [35]. Meat Sci., 81, 731-737; [36]. Meat Sci., 85, 515-518; [37]. Anim Genetics 34, 438-444. 12
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