Charles T. Gaskins focuses on Animal science, Breed, Internal medicine, Endocrinology and Mastitis. Charles T. Gaskins integrates Animal science with Cephapirin in his research. The study incorporates disciplines such as Beef cattle, Marbled meat, Sire, Feed conversion ratio and Intramuscular fat in addition to Breed.
His work on Food deprivation as part of general Internal medicine research is frequently linked to Agonistic behaviour, Crowding and Tail-biting, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His studies in Endocrinology integrate themes in fields like Serum samples, Fetus, Colostrum and Heritability. The concepts of his Mastitis study are interwoven with issues in Milking, Phage typing and Pulsed-field gel electrophoresis.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Animal science, Genetics, Internal medicine, Endocrinology and Gene. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Feed conversion ratio and Lactation. His study in the fields of Food deprivation, Luteinizing hormone and Hormone under the domain of Endocrinology overlaps with other disciplines such as Fusion protein.
His study looks at the relationship between Gene and topics such as Beef cattle, which overlap with Palatability, Tenderness and Biotechnology. His Linoleic acid research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Gas chromatography, Sample preparation, Chromatography, Polyunsaturated fatty acid and Wax. His research integrates issues of Hexane and Substituent in his study of Fatty acid.
His primary areas of study are Animal science, Genetics, Gene, Quantitative trait locus and Beef cattle. His Animal science study combines topics in areas such as Body weight, Mastitis and Fertility. His Mastitis study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Phage typing and Typing.
His Quantitative trait locus study combines topics in areas such as Antimicrobial, Mendelian inheritance and Somatic cell. His work in Beef cattle addresses subjects such as Biotechnology, which are connected to disciplines such as Intramuscular fat, Feed conversion ratio, Marbled meat, Backgrounding and Conjugated linoleic acid. His Breed study incorporates themes from Dietary fat and Sunflower oil.
Charles T. Gaskins mainly investigates Mastitis, Lactation, Genetics, Gene and Animal science. He combines subjects such as Phage typing, Typing and Pulsed-field gel electrophoresis with his study of Mastitis. His research in Lactation intersects with topics in Digestion, Food science, Dry matter, Dairy cattle and Methane.
His Genetics study focuses mostly on Single-nucleotide polymorphism, FABP4 Gene, Genotype, Complementary DNA and Restriction enzyme. His Gene and Genomic organization, genomic DNA, Candidate gene, TFAM and Transcription factor investigations all form part of his Gene research activities. His study of Intramuscular fat is a part of Animal science.
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A direct method for fatty acid methyl ester synthesis: application to wet meat tissues, oils, and feedstuffs.
J. V. O’Fallon;J. R. Busboom;M. L. Nelson;C. T. Gaskins.
Journal of Animal Science (2007)
Statistical Properties of Ratios. I. Empirical Results
William R. Atchley;Charles T. Gaskins;Dwane Anderson.
Systematic Biology (1976)
The bovine fatty acid binding protein 4 gene is significantly associated with marbling and subcutaneous fat depth in Wagyu x Limousin F2 crosses
J. J. Michal;Z. W. Zhang;C. T. Gaskins;Z. Jiang.
Animal Genetics (2006)
Biofilm production by Staphylococcus aureus associated with intramammary infection
L.K. Fox;R.N. Zadoks;C.T. Gaskins.
Veterinary Microbiology (2005)
The Effect of Oilseeds in Diets of Lactating Cows on Milk Production and Methane Emissions
K.A. Johnson;R.L. Kincaid;H.H. Westberg;C.T. Gaskins.
Journal of Dairy Science (2002)
Growth, carcass characteristics, muscle conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) content, and response to intravenous glucose challenge in high percentage Wagyu, Wagyu × Limousin, and Limousin steers fed sunflower oil-containing diets12
P. S. Mir;Z. Mir;P. S. Kuber;C. T. Gaskins.
Journal of Animal Science (2002)
Porcine aggression: measurement and effects of crowding and fasting.
Keith W. Kelley;John J. McGlone;Charles T. Gaskins.
Journal of Animal Science (1980)
Effects of prepartum intramammary antibiotic therapy on udder health, milk production, and reproductive performance in dairy heifers.
A.A. Borm;L.K. Fox;K.E. Leslie;J.S. Hogan.
Journal of Dairy Science (2006)
Genetic and environmental factors affecting immunoglobulin G1 concentrations in ewe colostrum and lamb serum.
R. P. Gilbert;C. T. Gaskins;J. K. Hillers;C. F. Parker.
Journal of Animal Science (1988)
Effects of breed and sire on carcass characteristics and fatty acid profiles of crossbred wagyu and angus steers.
Y.R. Xie;J.R. Busboom;C.T. Gaskins;K.A. Johnson.
Meat Science (1996)
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