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Joanna Nowacka-Woszuk researcher Wikidata

Nowacka-Woszuk, Joanna National Library of Poland

VIAF ID: 316015982 (Personal)

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The ACACA and SREBF1 genes are promising markers for pig carcass and performance traits, but not for fatty acid content in the longissimus dorsi muscle and adipose tissue. Wikidata
Caloric restriction can affect one-carbon metabolism during pregnancy in the rat: A transgenerational model Wikidata
A Case of Leucocyte Chimerism (78,XX/78,XY) in a Dog with a Disorder of Sexual Development Wikidata
Chromosomal localization of 13 candidate genes for human obesity in the pig genome National Library of Poland
Comparative genomics of 3 farm canids in relation to the dog. Wikidata
A comparison of coding sequence and cytogenetic localization of the myostatin gene in the dog, red fox, arctic fox and Chinese raccoon dog. Wikidata
Deep sequencing of a candidate region harboring the SOX9 gene for the canine XX disorder of sex development. Wikidata
Diet-induced variability of the resistin gene (Retn) transcript level and methylation profile in rats. Wikidata
Differentiated evolutionary conservatism and lack of polymorphism of crucial sex determination genes (SRY and SOX9) in four species of the family Canidae National Library of Poland Wikidata
DNA methylation establishment during oocyte growth: mechanisms and significance. Wikidata
The dog genome map and its use in mammalian comparative genomics National Library of Poland
Dziedziczne wady plemników National Library of Poland
An effect of the DGAT1 gene polymorphism on breeding value of Polish Holstein-Friesian sires National Library of Poland
The fatty acid composition of the Longissimus dorsi muscle, subcutaneous and visceral fats differ in four commercial pig breeds National Library of Poland
Hypospadias in a male (78,XY; SRY-positive) dog and sex reversal female (78,XX; SRY-negative) dogs: clinical, histological and genetic studies. Wikidata
Hypospadias Is Not Rare in Dogs: Five New Cases, a Retrospective Study, and a Review of the Literature Wikidata
Identification of a new reciprocal translocation in an AI bull by synaptonemal complex analysis, followed by chromosome painting. Wikidata
Materiały do poznania sówkowatych (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) Gór Świętokrzyskich National Library of Poland
A novel mutation in the maternally imprinted PEG3 domain results in a loss of MIMT1 expression and causes abortions and stillbirths in cattle (Bos taurus). Wikidata
Nutrition modulates Fto and Irx3 gene transcript levels, but does not alter their DNA methylation profiles in rat white adipose tissues. Wikidata
Partial urorectal septum malformation sequence in a kitten with disorder of sexual development. Wikidata
Polymorphic variants within a putative upstream open reading frame of the MC4R gene do not affect body weight of farmed red foxes. Wikidata
Polymorphism and methylation of the MC4R gene in obese and non-obese dogs Wikidata
Polymorphism of the CTNNB1 and FOXL2 Genes is not Associated with Canine XX Testicular/Ovotesticular Disorder of Sex Development Wikidata
Polymorphism of the porcine miR-30d is associated with adipose tissue accumulation, its fatty acid profile and the ME1 gene expression Wikidata
Prenatal caloric restriction alters lipid metabolism but not hepatic Fasn gene expression and methylation profiles in rats. Wikidata
Sertoli Cell Tumour and Uterine Leiomyoma in Miniature Schnauzer Dogs with Persistent Müllerian Duct Syndrome Caused by Mutation in the AMHR2 Gene Wikidata
Testicular disorder of sex development in four cats with a male karyotype (38,XY; SRY-positive) Wikidata
Transgenerational effects of prenatal restricted diet on gene expression and histone modifications in the rat. Wikidata
Variability of CAG tandem repeats in exon 1 of the androgen receptor gene is not related with dog intersexuality. Wikidata
X monosomy in a virilized female cat. Wikidata

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