Gill, Clare individual record
Professor
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Dr. Gill teaches an undergraduate senior seminar course and a graduate course in applied animal genomics. Her primary research interest is in development and application of efficient molecular tools for comparative genomics. She is also the principal investigator of the McGregor Genomics Project, which is a collaborative effort to map genes for production efficiency in cattle.

education and training
selected publications
Academic Articles52
  • Riley, D. G., Mantilla-Rojas, C., Miller, R. K., Nicholson, K. L., Gill, C. A., Herring, A. D., ... Sanders, J. O. (2020). Genome association of carcass and palatability traits from Bos indicus-Bos taurus crossbred steers within electrical stimulation status and correspondence with steer temperament 3. Aroma and flavor attributes of cooked steaks. Livestock Science. 233, 103943-103943.
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  • Riley, D. G., Miller, R. K., Nicholson, K. L., Gill, C. A., Herring, A. D., Riggs, P. K., ... Sanders, J. O. (2020). Genome association of carcass and palatability traits from Bos indicus-Bos taurus crossbred steers within electrical stimulation status and correspondence with steer temperament 2. Palatability. Livestock Science. 232, 103897-103897.
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  • Xing, Y., Dabney, A. R., Li, X., Wang, G., Gill, C. A., & Casola, C. (2020). SECNVs: A Simulator of Copy Number Variants and Whole-Exome Sequences From Reference Genomes.. Front Genet. 11, 82.
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  • Riley, D. G., Miller, R. K., Nicholson, K. L., Gill, C. A., Herring, A. D., Riggs, P. K., ... Sanders, J. O. (2019). Genome association of carcass and palatability traits from Bos indicus-Bos taurus crossbred steers within electrical stimulation status and correspondence with steer temperament 1. Carcass. Livestock Science. 229, 150-158.
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  • Rexroad, C., Vallet, J., Matukumalli, L. K., Reecy, J., Bickhart, D., Blackburn, H., ... Wells, K. (2019). Genome to Phenome: Improving Animal Health, Production, and Well-Being - A New USDA Blueprint for Animal Genome Research 2018-2027.. Front Genet. 10(MAY), 327.
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Chapters1
  • Riggs, P., & Gill, C. (2009). Lipid Oxidation and Flavor. Applied Muscle Biology and Meat Science. 239-258. CRC Press.
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Conference Papers24
  • Gill, C. A. (2016). P1000 Genomic imputation of a multigenerational Nellore-Angus mapping population. Journal of Animal Science. 94(suppl_4), 15-15.
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  • Prause, M. R., Murdoch, B. M., Sawyer, J. E., Williams, J. L., McKay, S. D., & Gill, C. A. (2016). P2023 Analysis of methylation patterns in bovine spermatozoa. Journal of Animal Science. 94(suppl_4), 48-48.
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  • Xing, Y., & Gill, C. A. (2016). P4048 Comparison of three methods to discover copy number variants in Nellore and Angus cattle. Journal of Animal Science. 94(suppl_4), 102-102.
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  • Scienski, K., Holland, P. W., Sanders, J. O., Riley, D. G., & Gill, C. A. (2016). P5054 Characterization of a region within bovine chromosome 6 associated with gray coat color in a Nellore-Angus cross. Journal of Animal Science. 94(suppl_4), 141-141.
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  • Engle, B. N., Herring, A. D., Sawyer, J. E., Riley, D. G., Sanders, J. O., & Gill, C. A. (2016). P5056 Genome-wide association study for stayability measures in Nellore-Angus crossbred cows. Journal of Animal Science. 94(suppl_4), 142-142.
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patents
Patents1
recent teaching activities
chaired theses and dissertations
Email
clare-gill@tamu.edu
First Name
Clare
Last Name
Gill
mailing address
Texas A&M University; Provost And Exec Vice President; 2471 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-2471
USA