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Inherited diseases
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Copper storage tox. Labrador type [p]
Order number: PCD416

  • €65.45 VAT incl.
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    The study includes the mutations in the ATP7A and ATP7B genes, which are believed to be involved in copper storage disease in dogs of the Labrador Retriever breed. An ATP7B mutation (M) is considered a risk factor for the occurrence of copper storage disease. Heredity is autosomal-semidominant. The ATP7A gene is X-linked. The variant under investigation may reduce the effect...
    PSSM2 6 Variant Panel
    Order number: GCH108

  • €238.00 VAT incl.
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    PSSM2 is an umbrella term for a group of muscle diseases with symptoms that can include exercise intolerance, muscle atrophy, intermittent lameness, muscle stiffness, gait abnormalities, and pain-related behavioural changes.
    The PSSM2 Equine Myopathy Panel tests six variants associated with PSSM2: P2, P3, P4, Px, P8, K1. The test is patented by EquiSeq Inc. and is offered in...
    PSSM2-3Var. (Islandpferd)
    Order number: GCH130

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    PSSM2 Equine Myopathy Panel - Icelandic Horses (P3, P8, K1). This panel is available only to Icelandic horses. The panel tests the only three PSSM2 variants known to occur in Icelandic Horses.
    ACAN-Dwarfism/Chondrodysplasia
    Order number: GSH118
    €77.35 VAT incl.
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    ACAN-dwarfism is found in Shetland ponies and miniature horses, in which abnormal cartilage growth leading to skeletal problems and dwarfism. Four different disease-causing variants of the ACAN gene are known so far: d1, d2, d3* and d4. The inheritance is autosomal recessive.
    CDDY & IVDD
    Order number: GSD564
    €49.98 VAT incl.
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    The test identifies the presence of the FGF4 retrogene insertion on chromosome 12. This mutation is one cause of shortened legs (CDDY, disproportional dwarfism) in dogs. It is also a risk factor for the occurrence of Hansen type 1 disc herniation (IVDD type 1). Leg length will differ depending on if the dog has one or two copies of the mutation as the mutation is incomplete...
    CDN - Colour Dilution Neuropathy, Griscelli...
    Order number: GSD144
    €48.79 VAT incl.
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    The hereditary disease, whose causative mutation in the MYO5A gene is detected with the test, was initially called Griscelli type 1 analogue syndrome because of the analogy in humans. In dogs, the term 'Colour Dilution Neuropathy' (CDN) has become common as well.
    The mode of inheritance is autosomal recessive. If homozygous, living but non-viable puppies are born....
    Centronuclear Myopathy (CNM)
    Order number: GSD176
    €48.79 VAT incl.
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    Application: a) Carrier identification in offspring after mating of a 'CNM-carrier' with a 'CNM-free' animal, b) Differential diagnosis in cases of clinical muscle insufficiency. Centronuclear Myopathy (CNM), also described as HMLR, or Hereditary Myopathy of Labrador Retrievers, has an autosomal recessive expression. Affected animals show insufficient muscle function...
    Cerebellar Abiotrophy (CA)
    Order number: GSH102
    €48.79 VAT incl.
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    Cerebellar Abiotrophy is an autosomal recessive disease where affected animals develop ataxia due to the progressive death of brain cells responsible for movement. It is found in Arabians and related breeds.
    Cerebellar hypoplasia (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...
    Collie eye anomaly (CEA)***
    Order number: PSD570
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  • €71.40 VAT incl.
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    Application:
    - Identification of heterozygous carriers in breeding selection.
    - Differential diagnosis of eye disorders.
    Collie eye anomaly (CEA) is a developmental disorder of the eye characterised by hypoplasia (underdevelopment) of the choroid. In severe cases CEA leads to blindness. The disease occurs in Collie, Border Collie, Australian Shepherd and Shetland Sheepdog....
    Cone-rod dystrophy 4 - Progressive Retinal...
    Order number: GSD361
    €48.79 VAT incl.
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    Application:
    - Identification of heterozygous carriers
    The test examines the mutation in the RPGRIP1 gene, which is a risk factor for cone-rod dystrophy 4-progressive retinal atrophy (crd4/cord1-PRA) in longhaired miniature dachshunds.This is a complex disease in which other gene mutations also play an important role in disease progression.
    Congenital Myotonia
    Order number: GSH109
    €48.79 VAT incl.
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    Congenital Myotonia leads to impaired movement due to muscle rigidity. It is autosomal recessive and is found in New Forest ponies and other ponies with the stallion "Kantje's Ronaldo" in the pedigree.