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Title: A comparative analysis of SLA-DRB1 genetic diversity in Colombian (creoles and commercial line) and worldwide swine populations
Authors: Celis‑Giraldo, Carmen Teresa
Bohórquez, Michel David
Camargo, Milena
Suárez, Carlos Fernando
Camargo, Anny
Rodríguez‑Obediente, Kewin
Martínez, Alejandra
Lucero, Carlos Edmundo
Hernández, Byron
Manzano‑Román, Raúl
Patarroyo, Manuel Elkin
Issue Date: 2021
Citation: Celis-Giraldo, C. T., Bohórquez, M. D., Camargo, M., Suárez, C. F., Camargo, A., Rodríguez-Obediente, K., . . . Patarroyo, M. A. (2021). A comparative analysis of SLA-DRB1 genetic diversity in colombian (creoles and commercial line) and worldwide swine populations. Scientific Reports, 11(1) doi:10.1038/s41598-021-83637-8
Abstract: Analysing pig class II mayor histocompatibility complex (MHC) molecules is mainly related to antigen presentation. Identifying frequently-occurring alleles in pig populations is an important aspect to be considered when developing peptide-based vaccines. Colombian creole pig populations have had to adapt to local conditions since entering Colombia; a recent census has shown low amounts of pigs which is why they are considered protected by the Colombian government. Commercial hybrids are more attractive regarding production. This research has been aimed at describing the allele distribution of Colombian pigs from diverse genetic backgrounds and comparing Colombian SLA-DRB1 locus diversity to that of internationally reported populations. Twenty SLA-DRB1 alleles were identified in the six populations analysed here using sequence-based typing. The amount of alleles ranged from six (Manta and Casco Mula) to nine (San Pedreño). Only one allele (01:02) having > 5% frequency was shared by all three commercial line populations. Allele 02:01:01 was shared by five populations (around > 5% frequency). Global FST indicated that pig populations were clearly structured, as 20.6% of total allele frequency variation was explained by differences between populations (FST = 0.206). This study’s results confirmed that the greatest diversity occurred in wild boars, thereby contrasting with low diversity in domestic pig populations.
Publisshed In:: Scientific Reports
Start Page: 1
End Page: 12
Volume: 11
Issue: 1
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