Journal : BMC Veterinary Research , vol. 4 , p. 1 , 2008
Publisher : BioMed Central (BMC)
International Standard Numbers
Printed : 1746-6148
Electronic : 1746-6148
Publication type : Academic article
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Conclusion: A number of genes and pathways related to metabolism of androstenone in liver were identified, including new candidate genes involved in phase I oxidation metabolism, phase II conjugation metabolism, and regulation of steroid availability. The study is a first step towards a deeper understanding of enzymes and regulators involved in pathways of androstenone metabolism and may ultimately lead to the discovery of markers to reduce boar taint.