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From FAANG to fork: application of highly annotated genomes to improve farmed animal production

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posted on 2020-12-16, 01:08 authored by EL Clark, AL Archibald, Hans DaetwylerHans Daetwyler, MAM Groenen, PW Harrison, RD Houston, C Kühn, S Lien, DJ Macqueen, JM Reecy, D Robledo, M Watson, CK Tuggle, E Giuffra
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In the EU, FAANG has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No 817923 (AQUA-FAANG), 817998 (GENE-SWitCH) and 815668 (BovReg) and from European COST Action CA15112: Functional Annotation of Animal Genomes -European network, FAANG-Europe. At EMBL-EBI, the work was supported by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) (BB/N019563/1 and BB/N019202/1), Wellcome (WT108749/Z/15/Z) and the European Molecular Biology Laboratory. At the Roslin Institute, the work was supported through BBSRC Institute Strategic Programme Grants (BB/P013732/1 and BB/P013759/1). In the USA, FAANG has received funding from the US National Science Foundation (IOS-1548275) and the US Department of Agriculture (2015-68004-24104, 2018-67015-27501). In Australia, FAANG has received funding from the DairyBio project (a joint venture between Agriculture Victoria, Dairy Australia and the Gardiner Foundation) and through the University of Queensland.


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Genome Biology





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9p. (p. 1-9)


BioMed Central



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