PCR-based Sex Determination in Cattle using Gene Specific Markers


  • Aftab Ahmad
  • Murad Ali Rahat
  • Adnan Wahab
  • Subhanuddin
  • Muzafar Shah
  • Akhtar Rasool
  • Muhammad Israr




Blood remnants, DNA extraction, PCR, Amelogenin, Gender identification


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How to Cite

Ahmad, A. ., Rahat, M. A. ., Wahab, A., Subhanuddin, Shah, M., Rasool, A. ., & Israr, M. . (2021). PCR-based Sex Determination in Cattle using Gene Specific Markers. Pakistan Journal of Biochemistry and Biotechnology, 2(2), 134-139. https://doi.org/10.52700/pjbb.v2i2.93