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Eurasier 'DWLM + 2 colors'
Order number: GPD414

  • €94.01 VAT incl.
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    The package bundles the tests that are often ordered for hereditary diseases and coat colors in dogs of the breed 'Eurasier'.
    Test bundle coat colors 'Eurasier'
    Order number: GPD413

  • €204.09 VAT incl.
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    In dogs of the breed 'Eurasier', all known gene variants are present, which play a role in the development of coat color.
    The package bundles the tests into an attractive overall package and provides a comprehensive insight into the relevant genetic make-up.
    A – Locus / Agouti - DOG
    Order number: GSD209
    €58.31 VAT incl.
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    Application: Identification of hidden alleles in breeds that show A-locus dependent variation in coat colors. The four A-Locus alleles are expressed as a hierarchy: a(y) > a(w) > a(t) > a. A- locus predispositions only take effect if there is no „K(B)“-allele at the K-Locus and at least one „E“-allele at the E-Locus. Other loci (B-Locus, D-Locus) may also influence A-Locus...
    B – Locus (Coat color 'Brown' - DOG)
    Order number: GSD212
    €58.31 VAT incl.
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    Application: Testing coat color 'brown' identifies animals that carry „b“-alleles. The brown coat color can develop if both genes are 'affected' (b/b) and an „E“-Allel at the E-locus is present. Effective Ay and Aw alleles at the A-locus may hide a b/b situation. 3 loci are analysed.
    Cerebellar hypolasia (Dandy Walker Like...
    Order number: GSD362
    €48.79 VAT incl.
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    Application: - Heterozygous carrier identification - Differential diagnosis in cases of locomotion and coordination problems
    DWLM is a hypoplasia of the cerebellum that results in ataxia with varying severity from staggering gait to episodic falling. First symptoms appear when the dog starts to walk. It is in an autosomal recessively inherited disease, only dogs with two...
    Curly Coat
    Order number: GSD505
    €48.79 VAT incl.
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    Application: Identification of carriers for straight coat.
    In most dog breeds curly hair is caused by a mutation in the KRT71 gene. A single defect is sufficient representing a dominant autosomal mode of inheritance. This mode allows for carriers with hidden non-curly alleles. Mating of a carrier dam with a carrier sire will result in 25% non-curly offspring. Long hair...
    D – Locus (Dilution)
    Order number: GSD508
    €48.79 VAT incl.
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    Application: - Carrier identification. Coat color dilution is autosomal-recessive. Dilution manifests if the mutation is homozygous (d/d). A dog with two variant copies of the MLPH gene will have a blue, charcoal, Isabella (lilac) or fawn coat color depending on the other coat color genes present in the individual. In some breeds dilute coat color can be associated with...
    Degenerative Myelopathy (DM)***
    Order number: PSD571
  • *** Partner laboratory
  • €71.40 VAT incl.
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    The investigated mutation SOD1:c.118G>A has been described as a risk factor for the onset of DM (Degenerative Myelopathy).
    The mutation is widespread in almost all breeds, so that DM must be a multigenic event and the mutations known so far do not alone lead to the disease. The test for the SOD1 mutation is therefore NOT a differential diagnostic method. According to the...
    DNA profile Identity DOG - *** class, extended...
    Order number: GDI.3
    €77.35 VAT incl.
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    This DNA-profile identity contains additional markers for increased reliability in parentage testing and especially for determining genetic diversity.
    IT IS NOT REQUIRED IN THIS FORM BY ANY BREEDING COMPANY - the basic ISAG marker set is sufficient (article GDI100)
    DNA profile Identity DOG (ISAG-22-Marker)
    Order number: GDI100
    €46.41 VAT incl.
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    With this ID-profile a requirement for breeding approval at various breeding clubs in Germany but also abroad is fulfilled (see DNA-programs, e.g. DTK, DNK, DRC, VND or KZG). The set is internationally distributed and consists of the 22 recommended markers.
    The result is issued as an ATC certificate identity with electronic signature and can be securely communicated over the...
    E – Locus (Coat color 'Yellow')
    Order number: GSD206
    €48.79 VAT incl.
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    Application: - identification of heterozygous carriers
    Genetic testing of the MC1R mutation c.916 C>T will determine whether a dog is a carrier of the predisposition for coat color 'yellow' / 'red'. The trait is inherited in an autosomal recessive manner, two copies of the e allele (genotype e/e) are required to have the characteristic yellow/red coat color.
    Harlekin coat pattern
    Order number: GSD200
    €48.79 VAT incl.
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    Application: - Identification of carriers with unclear coat markings.
    Dogs with harlequin patterns have a white ground colour and black speckles of different size distributed asymmetrically over the whole body. The prerequisite is the presence of a disposition to merle. If this is the case, the harlequin pattern can be caused by a heterozygous mutation in the PSMB7 gene of...