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Characterization

The objectives of genetic characterization are through the generation of a genetic profile through molecular markers: measure genetic diversity discover genetic relationships between distant or similar races detect animal crossings and flow basque the genetic structure as locally adapted varieties assignment of individuals to races or groups To achieve these objectives, in addition to the genetic profile of the population/animal under study, an extensive database of breeds used as an outgroup and comparison is needed. For example, to assign a pig to the Iberian breed we use a database that collects the profiles of all the Iberian varieties in Spain and all the commercial or local pigs raised in Spain. Our laboratory has a wide variety of genetic profiles in the ovine, caprine, bovine, porcine, and equine species.
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Meat products: characterizationHair, Blood, Semen, TissuesCheck the price
Chickens and turkeys: characterizationBlood, TissuesCheck the price
Wild pig: characterizationHair, Blood, Semen, TissuesCheck the price
Milk products: characterizationMilk, CheeseCheck the price
Sheep: characterizationHair, Blood, Semen, TissuesCheck the price
Dogs: characterizationHair, Blood, Semen, TissuesCheck the price
Ornamental birds: characterizationBlood, TissuesCheck the price
Bovine: characterizationHair, Blood, Semen, TissuesCheck the price
Horses: characterizationHair, Blood, Semen, TissuesCheck the price
Pigs: characterizationHair, Blood, Semen, TissuesCheck the price
Cuy: characterizationHair, Blood, Semen, TissuesCheck the price
Goat: characterizationHair, Blood, Semen, TissuesCheck the price