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12011Marker-based selection within smallholder production systems in developing countriesMarshall, K; Quiros-Campos, C; Van Der Werf, Julius H ; Kinghorn, Brian 27-Jul-2011
22011A combined long-range phasing and long haplotype imputation method to impute phase for SNP genotypesHickey, John; Kinghorn, Brian ; Tier, Bruce ; Wilson, J F; Dunstan, Neil ; Van Der Werf, Julius H 27-Jul-2011
32008Optimal utilization of non-additive quantitative trait locus in animal breeding programsLi, Yongjin; Van Der Werf, Julius Herman ; Kinghorn, Brian 4-Nov-2009
42006Optimization of a crossing system using mate selectionLi, Yongjin; Van Der Werf, Julius Herman ; Kinghorn, Brian 18-Nov-2009
52013Predicting lactation yields in dairy buffaloes by interpolation and multiple trait predictionFlores, Ester Battad; Kinghorn, Brian ; Van Der Werf, Julius H 7-Apr-2014
62008Using and evolutionary algorithm and parallel computing for haplotyping in a general complex pedigree with multiple marker lociLee, Sang Hong ; Van Der Werf, Julius Herman ; Kinghorn, Brian 16-Dec-2009
72012A phasing and imputation method for pedigreed populations that results in a single-stage genomic evaluationHickey, John; Kinghorn, Brian ; Tier, Bruce ; Van Der Werf, Julius H ; Cleveland, Matthew A13-May-2013
82013The effect of genomic information on optimal contribution selection in livestock breeding programsClark, Sam A ; Kinghorn, Brian ; Hickey, John; Van Der Werf, Julius H 10-Apr-2014
92014'hsphase': an R package for pedigree reconstruction, detection of recombination events, phasing and imputation of half-sib family groupsFerdosi, Mohammad ; Kinghorn, Brian ; Van Der Werf, Julius H ; Lee, Seung Hwan; Gondro, Cedric 16-Jul-2015
102010Design and role of an information nucleus in sheep breeding programsVan Der Werf, Julius H ; Kinghorn, Brian ; Banks, Robert 27-Apr-2011