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J. A. Ujan, Zan, L. S., Wang, H. B., Ujan, S. A., Adoligbe, C., Wang, H. C., and Biao, S. F., Lack of an association between a single nucleotide polymorphism in the bovine myogenic determination 1 (MyoD1) gene and meat quality traits in indigenous Chinese cattle breeds, vol. 10, pp. 2213-2222, 2011.
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