Runs of homozygosity provide a genome landscape picture of inbreeding and genetic history of European autochthonous and commercial pig breeds

G. Schiavo, S. Bovo, M. Muñoz, A. Ribani, E. Alves, J. P. Araújo, R. Bozzi, M. Čandek-Potokar, R. Charneca, A. I. Fernandez, M. Gallo, F. García, D. Karolyi, G. Kušec, J. M. Martins, M. J. Mercat, Y. Núñez, R. Quintanilla, Radović, V. RazmaiteJ. Riquet, R. Savić, G. Usai, V. J. Utzeri, C. Zimmer, C. Ovilo, L. Fontanesi

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