Reproduction has a main role in existence and genomic studies improve the quality of research in this field. Furthermore, advancement of bioinformatics tools has enabled scientists to understand gene pathways and networks contributing to the complexity of reproduction in farm animals. The discovery of RNA interference (gene silencing by double-stranded RNA) was measured as a new powerful tool that could further expand our information on gene function.
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Last date updated on July, 2014