Research on Agricultural Animals Jeopardized at Land Grant Institutions: Key Obstacles and Solutions
The White paper is the outcome of "The Advantages of Agricultural Species as Biomedical Models" workshop held at Michigan State University in Fall 2004. By Jim Ireland with contributions (see paper for full acknowledgements) April 2005
Chicken Genome Comes Home to Roost!
BioBeat Online Magazine M.D. O'Neill May 2005 (broken link)
Genetic variants for chick biology research: from breeds to mutants.
Mechanisms of Development 121(9):1169-1177 September 2004 M.E. Delany
Copyright 2004 with permission from Elsevierhttp://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/09254773
Genome news highlights loss of chicken strains
Nature 432:799 16 December 2004 M. Miller et al.
From phenotype to genotype: Major genes in chicken
World's Poultry Science Journal 58:66-75 March 2002 M. Tixier-Boichard Copyright 2002 posted with permission
A review of the development of chicken lines to resolve genes determining resistance to diseases
Poultry Science 79:1082-1093 2000 L. D. Bacon, et. al Copyright 2000 posted with permission .
Use of Highly Inbred Chickens in Research
Technical Bulletin No. 1514 United States Department of Agriculture July 1975 H.A. Stone
Whither Poultry Genetics?
World's Poultry Science Journal 21:53-61 1965 F.B. Hutt Posted with permission