A juhok surlókórja

3. A priongenotípusok gyakorisága hús- És tejhasznosítású, valamint szapora hazai fajtáinkban

Translated title of the contribution: Scrapie in sheep 3. Prion genotype frequency in meat-type, dairy and prolific breeds in Hungary

Fésüs László, A. Zsolnai, Horogh Gergely Péter, Anton István

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Abstract

Prion genotypes have been determined in 8 meat-type (Hungarian Merino, 450; German Mutton Merino, 312; Merino Landschaf, 63; German Black-faced, 65; Suffolk, 81; Texel, 109; Ile de France, 53; Charolais, 129), in 3 dairy (Lacaune, 121; British Milk Sheep, 72; Awassi, 62), and in 2 prolific (Booroola Merino, 46; Prolific Merino, 59) sheep breeds in Hungary. 21.05 to 69.81% ARR frequencies have been obtained in the meat-type breeds, generally lower values have been observed in the others (35.85 to 58.47%). R1 risk group frequencies showed a similar pattern. The VRQ allele is missing (British Milk Sheep, Booroola Merino, Prolific Merino), or very rare, but in some breeds (Ile de France, Texel, Charollais) rather high frequencies have been obtained (6.60; 8.72 and 10.85%). With the exception of two breeds (British Milk Sheep, 27.36%, Ile de France, 22.64%) ARQ is generally quite frequent (31.19 to 73.02%). To meet the requirements of relating EU regulations, on the basis of the frequency data obtained in the present survey, breeding programme has been worked out to increase ARR and to reduce VRQ+ARQ frequencies in our sheep breeds.

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)422-427
Number of pages6
JournalMagyar Allatorvosok Lapja
Volume127
Issue number7
Publication statusPublished - 2005

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A juhok surlókórja : 3. A priongenotípusok gyakorisága hús- És tejhasznosítású, valamint szapora hazai fajtáinkban. / László, Fésüs; Zsolnai, A.; Péter, Horogh Gergely; István, Anton.

In: Magyar Allatorvosok Lapja, Vol. 127, No. 7, 2005, p. 422-427.

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