Wang, Tingting, Chen, Yi-Ping Phoebe and Hayes, Ben (2016)

Wang, Tingting, Chen, Yi-Ping Phoebe and Hayes, Ben (2016)

Accuracy and computational efficiency of genomic selection with high-density SNP and whole-genome sequence data. CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources, 11 (034) 034, 1-18. doi: /PAVSNNR201611034

Moore, Stephen G., Pryce, Jennie E., Hayes, Ben J., , Kemper, Kathryn E., Berry, Donagh P., McCabe, Matt, Cormican, Paul, Lonergan, Pat, Fair, Trudee and Butler, Stephen T. (2016). Differentially expressed genes in endometrium and corpus luteum of holstein cows selected for high and low fertility are enriched for sequence variants associated with fertility. Biology of Reproduction, 94 (1) 19. doi: /biolreprod.51

Meuwissen, Theo, Hayes, Ben and Goddard, Mike (2016). Genomic selection: a paradigm shift in animal breeding. Animal Frontiers, 6 (1), 6-14. doi: /af.2016-0002

Moate, Peter J., Deighton, Matthew H., Williams, S. Richard O., Pryce, Jennie E., Hayes, Ben J., Jacobs, Joe L., Eckard, Richard J., Hannah, Murray C. and Wales, William J. (2016). Reducing the carbon footprint of Australian milk production by mitigation of enteric methane emissions. Animal Production Science, 56 (7), 1017-1034. doi: /AN15222

Moghaddar, Nasir, Gore, Klint P., Daetwyler, Hans D., Hayes, Ben J. and van der Werf, ). Accuracy of genotype imputation based on random and selected reference sets in purebred and crossbred sheep populations and its effect on accuracy of genomic prediction. Genetics Selection Evolution, 47 (1) 175. doi: /s12711-015-0175-8

Gonzalez-Recio, Oscar, Daetwyler, Hans D., MacLeod, Iona M., Pryce, Jennie E., Bowman, Phil J., Hayes, Ben J. and Goddard, Michael E. (2015). Rare variants in transcript and potential regulatory regions explain a small percentage of the missing heritability of complex traits in cattle. PLoS One, 10 (12) e0143945, e0143945. doi: /journal.pone.0143945

Chamberlain, Amanda J

, Vander Jagt, Christy J., Hayes, Benjamin J., Khansefid, Majid, Marett, Leah C., Millen, Catriona A., Nguyen, Thuy T. T. and Goddard, Michael E. (2015). Extensive variation between tissues in allele specific expression in an outbred mammal. BMC Genomics, 16 (1) 993. doi: /s12864-015-2174-0

Tucker, George, Loh, Po-Ru, MacLeod, Iona M., Hayes, Ben J., Goddard, Michael E., Berger, Bonnie and Price, Alkes L. (2015). Two-variance-component model improves genetic prediction in family datasets. American Journal of Human Genetics, 97 (5), 677-690. doi: /j.ajhg.

Koufariotis, Lambros T., Chen, Yi-Ping Phoebe, Chamberlain, Amanda, Jagt, Christy Vander and Hayes, Ben J. (2015). A catalogue of novel bovine long noncoding RNA across 18 tissues. PLoS One, 10 (10) e0141225, e0141225. doi: /journal.pone.0141225

Bolormaa, S., Gore, K., van der Werf, J. H. J., Hayes, B. J. and Daetwyler, H. D. (2015). Design of a low-density SNP chip for the main Australian sheep breeds and its effect on imputation and genomic prediction accuracy. Animal Genetics, 46 (5), 544-556. doi: /age.12340

Pryce, J. E., Gonzalez-Recio, O., Nieuwhof, G., Wales, W. J., Coffey, M. P., Hayes, B. J. and Goddard, M. E. (2015). Hot topic: Definition and implementation of a breeding value for feed efficiency in dairy cows. Journal of Dairy Science, 98 (10) 73864, 7340-7350. doi: /jds.2015-9621

Daetwyler, Hans D., Hayden, Matthew J., Spangenberg, German C. and Hayes, Ben J. (2015). Selection on optimal haploid value increases genetic gain and preserves more genetic diversity relative to genomic selection. Genetics, 200 (4), 1341-1348. doi: /genetics.38

, Gonzalez-Recio, Oscar, Cocks, Benjamin G. and Hayes, Ben J. (2015). Validation of markers with non-additive effects on milk yield and fertility in Holstein and Jersey cows. BMC Genetics, 16 (1) 89. doi: /s12863-015-0241-9

Aliloo, Hassan, Pryce, Jennie E

Pickering, N. K., Oddy, V. H., Basarab, J., Cammack, K., Hayes, B., Hegarty, R. S., Lassen, J., McEwan, J. C., Miller, S., Pinares-Patino, C. S. and de Haas, Y. (2015). Animal board invited review: Genetic possibilities to reduce enteric methane emissions from ruminants. Animal, 9 (9), 1431-1440. doi: /S1751731115000968

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