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Milk is an excellent source of nutrients for humans. Therefore, in order to enhance the quality and production of milk in cattle, it is interesting to examine the underlying mechanisms. A number of new investigations and research have found that, circRNA; a specific class of non-coding RNAs, is linked with the development of mammary gland and lactation. In the present study, genome wide identification and expression of the circRNAs in mammary epithelial cells of two distinct cattle breeds vizdoi:10.7717/peerj.13029 pmid:35251787 pmcid:PMC8896013 fatcat:67hrcsklhvaxxj4ubdoo6xccdi