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In our study, Lpin2 expression in liver was much lower than those in adipose tissues in GLT, although Lpin2 mRNA level in liver was similar to that in tail fat in STH. To some extent, the differences may be related with species differences.
In this study, we found that Lpin2 expression in tissues 1 showed mostly negative correlations with traits in GLT, however, which showed prominently positive correlations in STH. In spite of the high expression of Lpin2 in perirenal and tail fats particularly at 4 and 10 months of age in GLT, but showed no significant correlations with slaughter and tail traits, which could be explained by the high expression in perirenal and tail fats yet low traits values at 4 months of age in GLT, however, the high expression of Lpin2 in adipose tissues and the high traits values at 10 months of age may indicate lipin2 promotes fat deposits by PAP activity.
Compared with GLT, Lpin3 expression in tissues showed mostly negative correlations in STH, Unlike GLT in which the high expression of Lpin3 occurred at 10 to 12 months of age, the highest expression of Lpin3 occurred at 4 months of age and with low expression at 6 to 12 months of age in STH, relative low Lpin3 expression as well as relative high phenotype values at 8 to 12 months of age could explain the significant negative correlations between expression and traits in STH. Moreover, Lpin3 expression was low in fat tissues, which may indicate no significant correlations between Lpin3 expression in adipose tissues and traits in STH.
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