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M. Bionaz, Periasamy, K., Rodriguez-Zas, S. L., Everts, R. E., Lewin, H. A., Hurley, W. L., and Loor, J. J., Old and new stories: revelations from functional analysis of the bovine mammary transcriptome during the lactation cycle., PLoS One, vol. 7, no. 3, p. e33268, 2012.
M. Bionaz, Periasamy, K., Rodriguez-Zas, S. L., Hurley, W. L., and Loor, J. J., A novel dynamic impact approach (DIA) for functional analysis of time-course omics studies: validation using the bovine mammary transcriptome., PLoS One, vol. 7, no. 3, p. e32455, 2012.
M. Bionaz and Loor, J. J., Identification of reference genes for quantitative real-time PCR in the bovine mammary gland during the lactation cycle., Physiol Genomics, vol. 29, no. 3, pp. 312-9, 2007.
M. Bionaz and Loor, J. J., Gene networks driving bovine milk fat synthesis during the lactation cycle., BMC Genomics, vol. 9, p. 366, 2008.
K. M. Moyes, Drackley, J. K., Morin, D. E., Bionaz, M., Rodriguez-Zas, S. L., Everts, R. E., Lewin, H. A., and Loor, J. J., Gene network and pathway analysis of bovine mammary tissue challenged with Streptococcus uberis reveals induction of cell proliferation and inhibition of PPARgamma signaling.., BMC Genomics, vol. 10, p. 542, 2009.
P. Piantoni, Bionaz, M., Graugnard, D. E., Daniels, K. M., Akers, M., and Loor, J. J., Gene expression ratio stability evaluation in prepubertal bovine mammary tissue from calves fed different milk replacers reveals novel internal controls for quantitative polymerase chain reaction., J Nutr, vol. 138, no. 6, pp. 1158-64, 2008.
P. Piantoni, Bionaz, M., Graugnard, D. E., Daniels, K. M., Everts, R. E., Rodriguez-Zas, S. L., Lewin, H. A., Hurley, H. L., Akers, M., and Loor, J. J., Functional and gene network analyses of transcriptional signatures characterizing pre-weaned bovine mammary parenchyma or fat pad uncovered novel inter-tissue signaling networks during development., BMC Genomics, vol. 11, p. 331, 2010.
M. Bionaz and Loor, J. J., ACSL1, AGPAT6, FABP3, LPIN1, and SLC27A6 are the most abundant isoforms in bovine mammary tissue and their expression is affected by stage of lactation., J Nutr, vol. 138, no. 6, pp. 1019-24, 2008.