Microbiome‑driven breeding strategy potentially improves beef fatty acid profile benefiting human health and reduces methane emissions

MM Martinez Alvaro, Jennifer Mattock, MD Auffret, Ziqing Weng, C-A Duthie, RJ Dewhurst, Matthew A. Cleveland, Mick Watson, R Roehe*

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