Comparison of genome-wide association and genomic prediction methods for milk production traits in Korean Holstein cattle
SeokHyun Lee (Lee S), ChangGwon Dang (Dang C), YunHo Choy (Choy Y), ChangHee Do (Do C), Kwanghyun Cho (Cho K), Jongjoo Kim (Kim J), Yousam Kim (Kim Y), Jungjae Lee (Lee J)
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