|Livestock 2.0–genome editing for fitter, healthier, and more productive farmed animals|
C Tait-Burkard, A Doeschl-Wilson, MJ McGrew, AL Archibald, HM Sang, ...
Genome biology 19 (1), 1-11, 2018
|The relationship between body dimensions of living pigs and their carcass composition|
AB Doeschl-Wilson, DM Green, AV Fisher, SM Carroll, CP Schofield, ...
Meat Science 70 (2), 229-240, 2005
|Beyond killingCan we find new ways to manage infection?|
PF Vale, L McNally, A Doeschl-Wilson, KC King, R Popat, ...
Evolution, medicine, and public health 2016 (1), 148-157, 2016
|Clinical and pathological responses of pigs from two genetically diverse commercial lines to porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus infection|
AB Doeschl-Wilson, I Kyriazakis, A Vincent, MF Rothschild, E Thacker, ...
Journal of Animal Science 87 (5), 1638-1647, 2009
|Meta-analysis of effects of gender in combination with carcass weight and breed on pork quality|
L Trefan, A Doeschl-Wilson, JA Rooke, C Terlouw, L BŁnger
Journal of Animal Science 91 (3), 1480-1492, 2013
|Using visual image analysis to describe pig growth in terms of size and shape|
AB Doeschl-Wilson, CT Whittemore, PW Knap, CP Schofield
Animal science 79 (3), 415-427, 2004
|The first step toward genetic selection for host tolerance to infectious pathogens: obtaining the tolerance phenotype through group estimates|
AB Doeschl-Wilson, B Villanueva, I Kyriazakis
Frontiers in Genetics 3, 265, 2012
|Novel methods for quantifying individual host response to infectious pathogens for genetic analyses|
AB Doeschl-Wilson, SC Bishop, I Kyriazakis, B Villanueva
Frontiers in genetics 3, 266, 2012
|Implications of host genetic variation on the risk and prevalence of infectious diseases transmitted through the environment|
AB Doeschl-Wilson, R Davidson, J Conington, T Roughsedge, ...
Genetics 188 (3), 683-693, 2011
|Quantitative trait loci for chemical body composition traits in pigs and their positional associations with body tissues, growth and feed intake|
C Duthie, G Simm, A Doeschl‐Wilson, E Kalm, PW Knap, R Roehe
Animal genetics 39 (2), 130-140, 2008
|Comparison of host genetic factors influencing pig response to infection with two North American isolates of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus|
AS Hess, Z Islam, MK Hess, RRR Rowland, JK Lunney, A Doeschl-Wilson, ...
Genetics Selection Evolution 48 (1), 1-20, 2016
|Health trajectories reveal the dynamic contributions of host genetic resistance and tolerance to infection outcome|
G Lough, I Kyriazakis, S Bergmann, A Lengeling, AB Doeschl-Wilson
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1819), 20152151, 2015
|Analysis of the phenotypic link between behavioural traits at mixing and increased long-term social stability in group-housed pigs|
S Desire, SP Turner, RB D’Eath, AB Doeschl-Wilson, CRG Lewis, ...
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 166, 52-62, 2015
|Assessing a numerical cellular braided‐stream model with a physical model|
AB Doeschl‐Wilson, PE Ashmore
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British†…, 2005
|Quantitative analysis of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) viremia profiles from experimental infection: a statistical modelling approach|
ZU Islam, SC Bishop, NJ Savill, RRR Rowland, JK Lunney, B Trible, ...
PloS one 8 (12), e83567, 2013
|Should we aim for genetic improvement in host resistance or tolerance to infectious pathogens?|
AB Doeschl-Wilson, I Kyriazakis
Frontiers in genetics 3, 272, 2012
|Exploring the assumptions underlying genetic variation in host nematode resistance (Open Access publication)|
AB Doeschl-Wilson, D Vagenas, I Kyriazakis, SC Bishop
Genetics Selection Evolution 40 (3), 1-24, 2008
|Indirect genetic effects and the spread of infectious disease: are we capturing the full heritable variation underlying disease prevalence?|
D Lipschutz-Powell, JA Woolliams, P Bijma, AB Doeschl-Wilson
PloS one 7 (6), e39551, 2012
|Genetic differences in host infectivity affect disease spread and survival in epidemics|
O Anacleto, S Cabaleiro, B Villanueva, M Saura, RD Houston, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-12, 2019
|Social network properties predict chronic aggression in commercial pig systems|
S Foister, A Doeschl-Wilson, R Roehe, G Arnott, L Boyle, S Turner
PLoS One 13 (10), e0205122, 2018