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Unravelling the role of rumen microbial communities, genes and activities on milk fatty acid profile using a combination of omics approaches

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Supplementary Material and Supporting data for ‘Unravelling the role of rumen microbial communities, genes and activities on milk fatty acid profile using a combination of omics approaches’ as published in Microbial Genomics.

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The part of the project completed at SRUC was supported by a Research Excellence Grant Contingency fund 2017-2018. The work completed at the University of Reading and Centre for Dairy Research was funded by the University of Reading. The Roslin Institute forms part of the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, University of Edinburgh. This project was supported by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC; BB/N016742/1, BB/S006680/1, BB/N01720X/1, BB/R015023/1), including institute strategic programme and national capability awards to The Roslin Institute (BBSRC: BB/P013759/1, BB/P013732/1, 26 BB/J004235/1, BB/J004243/1); and by the Scottish Government (RESAS) as part of the 2016–2021 Strategic Research Programme.

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Irene

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Cabeza Luna

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