AVIAN PROTEOMICS: POTENTIAL TOOL FOR PRE- AND POSTSLAUGHTER POULTRY MUSCLE QUALITY EVALUATION – A REVIEW

Published in Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LXI, Issue 1
Written by Mihai COSTACHE, Ilie VAN

A discipline within functional genomics, proteomics represents the method of analysis which allows a cell or a tissue's proteins (proteome) to be analyzed under certain given conditions. Functional proteomics allows scientists to address the interactions of different proteins in order to better understand the consequences of these interactions, and further on, to acquire knowledge on different specific areas, such as poultry breeding and quality of meat. Proteomics could help to characterize pathogen-host interactions in the diseases of livestock, assess the reproductive health and evaluate the muscle growth dynamics. Furthermore, it can be successfully applied in assessing the specific chemical reactions of rigor mortis (muscle quality), as well as evaluating the indicators of farm animal welfare, such as heat-induced stress.

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COSTACHE M., VAN I. 2018, AVIAN PROTEOMICS: POTENTIAL TOOL FOR PRE- AND POSTSLAUGHTER POULTRY MUSCLE QUALITY EVALUATION – A REVIEW . Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science, Vol. LXI, Issue 1, ISSN 2285-5750, 283-294.


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