John B. Cole mostly deals with Genetics, Single-nucleotide polymorphism, Dairy cattle, Quantitative trait locus and Haplotype. His study in Gene, Allele, Genotype, Genetic association and Genome-wide association study are all subfields of Genetics. John B. Cole has included themes like Body mass index and Sex characteristics in his Genome-wide association study study.
His study on SNP is often connected to Non-allelic homologous recombination as part of broader study in Single-nucleotide polymorphism. His Dairy cattle study combines topics in areas such as Quality, Biotechnology and Sire. His research in Quantitative trait locus intersects with topics in Genome and Beef cattle.
John B. Cole focuses on Genetics, Dairy cattle, Animal science, Single-nucleotide polymorphism and Genome-wide association study. His is doing research in Quantitative trait locus, Allele, Gene, Haplotype and Candidate gene, both of which are found in Genetics. His Dairy cattle research also works with subjects such as
His Animal science research integrates issues from Ice calving and Lactation. His studies deal with areas such as Genetic marker, Genotyping and Genetic variation as well as Single-nucleotide polymorphism. The various areas that he examines in his Genome-wide association study study include Genetic association and Genetic architecture.
John B. Cole spends much of his time researching Genetics, Dairy cattle, Genome-wide association study, Gene and Candidate gene. His research on Genetics often connects related areas such as Fertility. His work deals with themes such as Imputation, Genetic gain, Biotechnology and Residual feed intake, which intersect with Dairy cattle.
His Genome-wide association study research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Phenotype, Metritis, Reference genome and Epigenome. While the research belongs to areas of Candidate gene, John B. Cole spends his time largely on the problem of Quantitative trait locus, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Genotype. His Genetic association study which covers Heritability that intersects with Genetic variation.
His primary scientific interests are in Genetics, Dairy cattle, Candidate gene, Genome-wide association study and Quantitative trait locus. Many of his studies on Genetics apply to Fertility as well. John B. Cole interconnects Phenotype and Allele in the investigation of issues within Dairy cattle.
His Candidate gene study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Offspring, Differentially methylated regions, Gestation, Genetic association and Computational biology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Fetus, Epigenetics and Epigenome. His Quantitative trait locus research incorporates elements of Inbreeding and Genetic diversity.
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Temperature-Humidity Indices as Indicators of Milk Production Losses due to Heat Stress
J. Bohmanova;I. Misztal;J.B. Cole.
Journal of Dairy Science (2007)
The Influence of Age and Sex on Genetic Associations with Adult Body Size and Shape: A Large-Scale Genome-Wide Interaction Study
Thomas W. Winkler;Anne E. Justice;Mariaelisa Graff;Llilda Barata.
PLOS Genetics (2015)
Genome-wide association analysis of thirty one production, health, reproduction and body conformation traits in contemporary U.S. Holstein cows
John B Cole;George R Wiggans;Li Ma;Tad S Sonstegard.
BMC Genomics (2011)
Changes in genetic selection differentials and generation intervals in US Holstein dairy cattle as a result of genomic selection
Adriana García-Ruiz;John B. Cole;Paul M. VanRaden;George R. Wiggans.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2016)
Distribution and location of genetic effects for dairy traits
J.B. Cole;P.M. VanRaden;J.R. O’Connell;C.P. Van Tassell.
Journal of Dairy Science (2009)
Genomic Selection in Dairy Cattle: The USDA Experience.
George R Wiggans;John B Cole;Suzanne M Hubbard;Tad S Sonstegard.
Annual Review of Animal Biosciences (2017)
De novo assembly of the cattle reference genome with single-molecule sequencing.
Benjamin D Rosen;Derek M Bickhart;Robert D Schnabel;Sergey Koren.
Invited review: overview of new traits and phenotyping strategies in dairy cattle with a focus on functional traits
Christa Egger-Danner;J. B. Cole;J. E. Pryce;N. Gengler.
Genomic imputation and evaluation using high-density Holstein genotypes.
P.M. VanRaden;D.J. Null;M. Sargolzaei;G.R. Wiggans.
Journal of Dairy Science (2013)
Effect of artificial selection on runs of homozygosity in u.s. Holstein cattle.
Eui-Soo Kim;John B. Cole;Heather Huson;George R. Wiggans.
PLOS ONE (2013)
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