Longitudinal phenotypes improve genotype association for hyperketonemia in dairy cattle

Francisco A. Leal Yepes, Daryl V. Nydam, Sabine Mann, Luciano Caixeta, Jessica A.A. McArt, Thomas R. Overton, Joseph J. Wakshlag, Heather J. Huson

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