Data from: Variation in salivary and pancreatic alpha-amylase genes in Italian horse breeds

Beatrice Coizet, Letizia Nicoloso, Donata Marletta, Alessandra Tamiozzo-Calligarich, Giulio Pagnacco, Stefano Frattini & Paola Crepaldi
The dietary demand of the modern horse relies on high-cereal feeding and limited forage compared with natural grazing conditions, predisposing the horse to several important diseases. Salivary and pancreatic alpha-amylases (coded by AMY1 and AMY2 genes, respectively) play a crucial role in carbohydrate digestion in nonruminants, but little is known about these 2 genes in the horse. Aim of this work has been to distinguish genomic sequences of horse AMY1 and AMY2 genes and to...
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