Canine Genetics and Epidemiology is a peer-reviewed, open access, online journal publishing original research and review articles relating to all aspects of canine genetics and epidemiology.
- Gustavo Aguirre, University of Pennsylvania
- Bill Ollier, University of Manchester
- Lorna Kennedy, University of Manchester
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The authors identified two significant risk factors associated with Chiari-like malformation/syringomyelia in the skull shape of the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel: extent of brachycephaly and distribution of doming of the cranium.
This study examined 18 genes associated with human monogenic diabetes, and tested whether they are also associated with diabetes in 17 different dog breeds. Six variants from five genes were associated with diabetes in some breeds, including two variants in ZFP57 associated with diabetes in two different breeds.
Claire Wade and colleagues at the University of Sydney present an overview of the genetic influences on behaviour in dogs, and common hurdles faced by behavioural geneticists in the field.
This study examined adult-onset hearing loss in a group of 216 Border Collies, with special focus on the genetic components that may be involved.