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Could Tissue-Specific Genes be Silenced in Cattle Carrying the Rob(1;29) Robertsonian Translocation?

By Alicia Postiglioni, Rody Artigas, Andrés Iriarte, Wanda Iriarte, Nicolás Grasso and Gonzalo Rincón

Submitted: April 27th 2011Reviewed: November 7th 2011Published: March 16th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/34007

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Alicia Postiglioni, Rody Artigas, Andrés Iriarte, Wanda Iriarte, Nicolás Grasso and Gonzalo Rincón (March 16th 2012). Could Tissue-Specific Genes be Silenced in Cattle Carrying the Rob(1;29) Robertsonian Translocation?, DNA Methylation Tatiana Tatarinova and Owain Kerton, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/34007. Available from:

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