La revue Viandes et produits carnés

La revue française de la recherche en viandes et produits carnés  ISSN  2555-8560

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Challenges of livestock phenotyping for the quality of meat products

In a context of changing expectations for meat products from livestock, the research and development of animal and agricultural sciences should be more systemic and predictive. The implementation of programs with high-throughput phenotyping methods is aimed at establishing finer and finer functional relationships between the genotype of animals, their phenotypes and characteristics of their products with the perspective of sustainable farming in the different animal sectors (ruminants, pigs, poultry). These new approaches involve (i) the development and standardization of rapid methods both for the detection and quantification of biological or chemical contaminants or estimation of the quality of the animal products, (ii) the development of alternative methods to replace analytical measurements for the composition and technico-functional properties of products through innovative technologies used in routine (optical or imaging methods, non-invasive physical methods, etc..) and / or (iii) research and validation of early biological markers of quality (genetic markers, gene expression or protein levels of metabolites) and the development of methods used routinely to study these markers in order to develop reliable models to predict the quality of meat products.


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