863 genomes reveal the origin and domestication of chicken

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863 genomes reveal the origin and domestication of chicken. / Wang, Ming Shan; Thakur, Mukesh; Peng, Min-Sheng; Jiang, Yu; Frantz, Laurent Alain François; Li, Ming; Zhang, Jin-Jin; Wang, Sheng; Peters, Joris; Otecko, Newton Otieno; Suwannapoom, Chatmongkon; Guo, Xing; Zheng, Zhu-Qing; Esmailizadeh, Ali; Hirimuthugoda, Nalini Yasoda; Ashari, Hidayat; Suladari, Sri; Zein, Moch Syamsul Arifin; Kusza, Szilvia; Sohrabi, Saeed; Kharrati-Koopaee, Hamed; Shen, Quan-Kuan; Zeng, Lin; Yang, Min-Min; Wu, Ya-Jiang; Yang, Xing-Yan; Lu, Xue-Mei; Jia, Xin-Zheng; Nie, Qing-Hua; Lamont, Susan Joy; Lasagna, Emiliano; Ceccobelli, Simone; Gunwardana, Humpita Gamaralalage Thilini Nisanka; Senasige, Thilina Madusanka; Feng, Shao-Hong; Si, Jing-Fang; Zhang, Hao; Jin, Jie-Qiong; Li, Ming-Li; Liu, Yan-Hu; Chen, Hong-Man; Ma, Cheng; Dai, Shan-Shan; Bhuiyan, Abul Kashem Fazlul Haque; Khan, Muhammad Sajjad; Silva, Gamamada Liyanage Lalanie Pradeepa; Le, Thi-Thuy; Mwai, Okeyo Ally; Ibrahim, Mohamed Nawaz Mohamed; Supple, Megan; Shapiro, Beth; Hanotte, Olivier; Zhang, Guojie; Larson, Greger; Han, Jian-Lin; Wu, Dong-Dong; Zhang, Ya-Ping.

In: Cell Research, Vol. 30, No. 8, 2020, p. 693-701.

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Wang, MS, Thakur, M, Peng, M-S, Jiang, Y, Frantz, LAF, Li, M, Zhang, J-J, Wang, S, Peters, J, Otecko, NO, Suwannapoom, C, Guo, X, Zheng, Z-Q, Esmailizadeh, A, Hirimuthugoda, NY, Ashari, H, Suladari, S, Zein, MSA, Kusza, S, Sohrabi, S, Kharrati-Koopaee, H, Shen, Q-K, Zeng, L, Yang, M-M, Wu, Y-J, Yang, X-Y, Lu, X-M, Jia, X-Z, Nie, Q-H, Lamont, SJ, Lasagna, E, Ceccobelli, S, Gunwardana, HGTN, Senasige, TM, Feng, S-H, Si, J-F, Zhang, H, Jin, J-Q, Li, M-L, Liu, Y-H, Chen, H-M, Ma, C, Dai, S-S, Bhuiyan, AKFH, Khan, MS, Silva, GLLP, Le, T-T, Mwai, OA, Ibrahim, MNM, Supple, M, Shapiro, B, Hanotte, O, Zhang, G, Larson, G, Han, J-L, Wu, D-D & Zhang, Y-P 2020, '863 genomes reveal the origin and domestication of chicken', Cell Research, vol. 30, no. 8, pp. 693-701. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41422-020-0349-y

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Wang, M. S., Thakur, M., Peng, M-S., Jiang, Y., Frantz, L. A. F., Li, M., ... Zhang, Y-P. (2020). 863 genomes reveal the origin and domestication of chicken. Cell Research, 30(8), 693-701. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41422-020-0349-y

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Wang MS, Thakur M, Peng M-S, Jiang Y, Frantz LAF, Li M et al. 863 genomes reveal the origin and domestication of chicken. Cell Research. 2020;30(8):693-701. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41422-020-0349-y

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Wang, Ming Shan ; Thakur, Mukesh ; Peng, Min-Sheng ; Jiang, Yu ; Frantz, Laurent Alain François ; Li, Ming ; Zhang, Jin-Jin ; Wang, Sheng ; Peters, Joris ; Otecko, Newton Otieno ; Suwannapoom, Chatmongkon ; Guo, Xing ; Zheng, Zhu-Qing ; Esmailizadeh, Ali ; Hirimuthugoda, Nalini Yasoda ; Ashari, Hidayat ; Suladari, Sri ; Zein, Moch Syamsul Arifin ; Kusza, Szilvia ; Sohrabi, Saeed ; Kharrati-Koopaee, Hamed ; Shen, Quan-Kuan ; Zeng, Lin ; Yang, Min-Min ; Wu, Ya-Jiang ; Yang, Xing-Yan ; Lu, Xue-Mei ; Jia, Xin-Zheng ; Nie, Qing-Hua ; Lamont, Susan Joy ; Lasagna, Emiliano ; Ceccobelli, Simone ; Gunwardana, Humpita Gamaralalage Thilini Nisanka ; Senasige, Thilina Madusanka ; Feng, Shao-Hong ; Si, Jing-Fang ; Zhang, Hao ; Jin, Jie-Qiong ; Li, Ming-Li ; Liu, Yan-Hu ; Chen, Hong-Man ; Ma, Cheng ; Dai, Shan-Shan ; Bhuiyan, Abul Kashem Fazlul Haque ; Khan, Muhammad Sajjad ; Silva, Gamamada Liyanage Lalanie Pradeepa ; Le, Thi-Thuy ; Mwai, Okeyo Ally ; Ibrahim, Mohamed Nawaz Mohamed ; Supple, Megan ; Shapiro, Beth ; Hanotte, Olivier ; Zhang, Guojie ; Larson, Greger ; Han, Jian-Lin ; Wu, Dong-Dong ; Zhang, Ya-Ping. / 863 genomes reveal the origin and domestication of chicken. In: Cell Research. 2020 ; Vol. 30, No. 8. pp. 693-701.

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title = "863 genomes reveal the origin and domestication of chicken",
abstract = "Despite the substantial role that chickens have played in human societies across the world, both the geographic and temporal origins of their domestication remain controversial. To address this issue, we analyzed 863 genomes from a worldwide sampling of chickens and representatives of all four species of wild jungle fowl and each of the five subspecies of red jungle fowl (RJF). Our study suggests that domestic chickens were initially derived from the RJF subspecies Gallus gallus spadiceus whose present-day distribution is predominantly in southwestern China, northern Thailand and Myanmar. Following their domestication, chickens were translocated across Southeast and South Asia where they interbred locally with both RJF subspecies and other jungle fowl species. In addition, our results show that the White Leghorn chicken breed possesses a mosaic of divergent ancestries inherited from other subspecies of RJF. Despite the strong episodic gene flow from geographically divergent lineages of jungle fowls, our analyses show that domestic chickens undergo genetic adaptations that underlie their unique behavioral, morphological and reproductive traits. Our study provides novel insights into the evolutionary history of domestic chickens and a valuable resource to facilitate ongoing genetic and functional investigations of the world’s most numerous domestic animal.",
author = "Wang, {Ming Shan} and Mukesh Thakur and Min-Sheng Peng and Yu Jiang and Frantz, {Laurent Alain Fran{\cc}ois} and Ming Li and Jin-Jin Zhang and Sheng Wang and Joris Peters and Otecko, {Newton Otieno} and Chatmongkon Suwannapoom and Xing Guo and Zhu-Qing Zheng and Ali Esmailizadeh and Hirimuthugoda, {Nalini Yasoda} and Hidayat Ashari and Sri Suladari and Zein, {Moch Syamsul Arifin} and Szilvia Kusza and Saeed Sohrabi and Hamed Kharrati-Koopaee and Quan-Kuan Shen and Lin Zeng and Min-Min Yang and Ya-Jiang Wu and Xing-Yan Yang and Xue-Mei Lu and Xin-Zheng Jia and Qing-Hua Nie and Lamont, {Susan Joy} and Emiliano Lasagna and Simone Ceccobelli and Gunwardana, {Humpita Gamaralalage Thilini Nisanka} and Senasige, {Thilina Madusanka} and Shao-Hong Feng and Jing-Fang Si and Hao Zhang and Jie-Qiong Jin and Ming-Li Li and Yan-Hu Liu and Hong-Man Chen and Cheng Ma and Shan-Shan Dai and Bhuiyan, {Abul Kashem Fazlul Haque} and Khan, {Muhammad Sajjad} and Silva, {Gamamada Liyanage Lalanie Pradeepa} and Thi-Thuy Le and Mwai, {Okeyo Ally} and Ibrahim, {Mohamed Nawaz Mohamed} and Megan Supple and Beth Shapiro and Olivier Hanotte and Guojie Zhang and Greger Larson and Jian-Lin Han and Dong-Dong Wu and Ya-Ping Zhang",
note = "Author Correction: 863 genomes reveal the origin and domestication of chicken DOI: 10.1038/s41422-020-0380-z",
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language = "English",
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journal = "Cell Research",
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T1 - 863 genomes reveal the origin and domestication of chicken

AU - Wang, Ming Shan

AU - Thakur, Mukesh

AU - Peng, Min-Sheng

AU - Jiang, Yu

AU - Frantz, Laurent Alain François

AU - Li, Ming

AU - Zhang, Jin-Jin

AU - Wang, Sheng

AU - Peters, Joris

AU - Otecko, Newton Otieno

AU - Suwannapoom, Chatmongkon

AU - Guo, Xing

AU - Zheng, Zhu-Qing

AU - Esmailizadeh, Ali

AU - Hirimuthugoda, Nalini Yasoda

AU - Ashari, Hidayat

AU - Suladari, Sri

AU - Zein, Moch Syamsul Arifin

AU - Kusza, Szilvia

AU - Sohrabi, Saeed

AU - Kharrati-Koopaee, Hamed

AU - Shen, Quan-Kuan

AU - Zeng, Lin

AU - Yang, Min-Min

AU - Wu, Ya-Jiang

AU - Yang, Xing-Yan

AU - Lu, Xue-Mei

AU - Jia, Xin-Zheng

AU - Nie, Qing-Hua

AU - Lamont, Susan Joy

AU - Lasagna, Emiliano

AU - Ceccobelli, Simone

AU - Gunwardana, Humpita Gamaralalage Thilini Nisanka

AU - Senasige, Thilina Madusanka

AU - Feng, Shao-Hong

AU - Si, Jing-Fang

AU - Zhang, Hao

AU - Jin, Jie-Qiong

AU - Li, Ming-Li

AU - Liu, Yan-Hu

AU - Chen, Hong-Man

AU - Ma, Cheng

AU - Dai, Shan-Shan

AU - Bhuiyan, Abul Kashem Fazlul Haque

AU - Khan, Muhammad Sajjad

AU - Silva, Gamamada Liyanage Lalanie Pradeepa

AU - Le, Thi-Thuy

AU - Mwai, Okeyo Ally

AU - Ibrahim, Mohamed Nawaz Mohamed

AU - Supple, Megan

AU - Shapiro, Beth

AU - Hanotte, Olivier

AU - Zhang, Guojie

AU - Larson, Greger

AU - Han, Jian-Lin

AU - Wu, Dong-Dong

AU - Zhang, Ya-Ping

N1 - Author Correction: 863 genomes reveal the origin and domestication of chicken DOI: 10.1038/s41422-020-0380-z

PY - 2020

Y1 - 2020

N2 - Despite the substantial role that chickens have played in human societies across the world, both the geographic and temporal origins of their domestication remain controversial. To address this issue, we analyzed 863 genomes from a worldwide sampling of chickens and representatives of all four species of wild jungle fowl and each of the five subspecies of red jungle fowl (RJF). Our study suggests that domestic chickens were initially derived from the RJF subspecies Gallus gallus spadiceus whose present-day distribution is predominantly in southwestern China, northern Thailand and Myanmar. Following their domestication, chickens were translocated across Southeast and South Asia where they interbred locally with both RJF subspecies and other jungle fowl species. In addition, our results show that the White Leghorn chicken breed possesses a mosaic of divergent ancestries inherited from other subspecies of RJF. Despite the strong episodic gene flow from geographically divergent lineages of jungle fowls, our analyses show that domestic chickens undergo genetic adaptations that underlie their unique behavioral, morphological and reproductive traits. Our study provides novel insights into the evolutionary history of domestic chickens and a valuable resource to facilitate ongoing genetic and functional investigations of the world’s most numerous domestic animal.

AB - Despite the substantial role that chickens have played in human societies across the world, both the geographic and temporal origins of their domestication remain controversial. To address this issue, we analyzed 863 genomes from a worldwide sampling of chickens and representatives of all four species of wild jungle fowl and each of the five subspecies of red jungle fowl (RJF). Our study suggests that domestic chickens were initially derived from the RJF subspecies Gallus gallus spadiceus whose present-day distribution is predominantly in southwestern China, northern Thailand and Myanmar. Following their domestication, chickens were translocated across Southeast and South Asia where they interbred locally with both RJF subspecies and other jungle fowl species. In addition, our results show that the White Leghorn chicken breed possesses a mosaic of divergent ancestries inherited from other subspecies of RJF. Despite the strong episodic gene flow from geographically divergent lineages of jungle fowls, our analyses show that domestic chickens undergo genetic adaptations that underlie their unique behavioral, morphological and reproductive traits. Our study provides novel insights into the evolutionary history of domestic chickens and a valuable resource to facilitate ongoing genetic and functional investigations of the world’s most numerous domestic animal.

UR - https://doi.org/10.1038/s41422-020-0380-z

U2 - 10.1038/s41422-020-0349-y

DO - 10.1038/s41422-020-0349-y

M3 - Journal article

C2 - 32581344

AN - SCOPUS:85086770838

VL - 30

SP - 693

EP - 701

JO - Cell Research

JF - Cell Research

SN - 1001-0602

IS - 8

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