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Myotubular Myopathy 1 (XLMTM)

Breed: Labrador Retriever

Generic Phene Data

Breeds

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General

Disease Name
Myotubular Myopathy 1 (XLMTM)
Mutation
c.465C>A
Mutation 2
c.1151A > C
Test Type
Genetic Disease/Disorder
Details
Myotubular Myopathy is considered to be a rare sex-linked condition similar to centronuclear myopathy (CNM). It is characterized by progressive skeletal muscle atrophy causing short strides and slow movement compared to littermates and eventually fatally impairing the dog?s gait. Other signs include difficulty rising and walking, problems swallowing, and a hoarse bark. Age of onset from birth. Most dogs die or are euthanised by 4 months. This is of X-linked recessive inheritance, meaning male dogs born from a carrier female require just one copy of the mutation. The disease appears primarily in male dogs due to the sex-linked mode of inheritance.
Details 2
Mutations in the MTM1 gene encoding myotubularin cause X-linked myotubular myopathy (XLMTM), a well-defined subtype of human centronuclear myopathy... Muscle biopsies showed variability in fiber size, centrally placed nuclei resembling fetal myotubes, and subsarcolemmal ringed and central dense areas highlighted with mitochondrial specific reactions. Ultrastructural studies confirmed the centrally located nuclei, abnormal perinuclear structure, and mitochondrial accumulations... (Beggs et al, 2010) Loss-of-function mutations in the myotubularin (MTM1) gene cause X-linked myotubular myopathy (XLMTM), a fatal, inherited pediatric disease that affects the entire skeletal musculature...The resulting canine phenotype resembles that of human patients with comparably severe mutations, and survival does not normally exceed 4 months... MTM1-mutant puppies display centrally-nucleated myofibers of reduced size and disrupted sarcotubular architecture progressing until the end of life, an average of 17 weeks. In-life measures of fore- and hind limb strength establish the rate at which XLMTM muscles weaken, and their corresponding decrease in gait velocity and stride length. Pulmonary function tests in affected dogs reveal a right-shifted relationship between peak inspiratory flow (PIF) and inspiratory time (TI); neurological assessments indicate that affected puppies as young as 10 weeks show early signs of neurological impairment... (From Goddard et al, 2015)
Published
Beggs, A.H., Böhm, J., Snead, E., Kozlowski, M., Maurer, M., Minor, K., Childers, M.K., Taylor, S.M., Hitte, C., Mickelson, J.R., Guo, L.T., Mizisin, A.P., Buj-Bello, A., Tiret, L., Laporte, J., Shelton, G.D. : MTM1 mutation associated with X-linked myotubular myopathy in Labrador Retrievers. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 107:14697-702, 2010. Pubmed reference: 20682747. DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1003677107.

Breed Specific Info

Researched Breeds
Labrador Retriever, Rottweiler.

Breed Specific Data

Agrotis S.r.l.

GTP Name
Agrotis S.r.l.
Gene Name
MTM1
Mutation
c.465C>A; c.1151A > C

BioBank AS

GTP Name
BioBank AS
Gene Name
MTM1
Mutation
c.465C>A; c.1151A > C

CAG GmbH Center for Animal Genetics

GTP Name
Center for Animal Genetics
GTP Disease Name
centronuclear myopathy x-linked
Gene Name
MTM1
Mutation
c.465C>A
Nature of test
mutation test
GTP- or Breed-Specific Publications
Shelton, G.D., Rider, B.E., Child, G., Tzannes, S., Guo, L.T., Moghadaszadeh, B., Troiano, E.C., Haase, B., Wade, C.M., Beggs, A.H.: X-linked myotubular myopathy in Rottweiler dogs is caused by a miss
Application in the Breed
Female offspring of a carrier female should be genetically tested (XX or XXMTM1). Carrier females (XXMTM1) should not be bred. Muscle atrophy and weakness, difficulty rising or walking, difficulty swallowing, and a hoarse bark (10 weeks of age) - euthanized within 4 weeks of diagnosis
Inheritance
XR
FCI Number
122
GTP Breed
Labrador Retriever

Certagen GmbH

GTP Name
Certagen GmbH
Gene Name
MTM1
Mutation
c.465C>A; c.1151A > C

CMSCH

GTP
GTP Name
CMSCH
Gene Name
MTM1
Mutation
c.465C>A; c.1151A > C

DNA My Dog

GTP Name
DNA My Dog
GTP Disease Name
centronuclear myopathy x-linked
Gene Name
MTM1
Mutation
c.1151A > C
Nature of test
mutation test
GTP- or Breed-Specific Publications
Shelton, G.D., Rider, B.E., Child, G., Tzannes, S., Guo, L.T., Moghadaszadeh, B., Troiano, E.C., Haase, B., Wade, C.M., Beggs, A.H. : X-linked myotubular myopathy in Rottweiler dogs is caused by a m
Application in the Breed
Female offspring of a carrier female should be genetically tested (XX or XXXLMTM). No breeding of carrier females (XXXLMTM). Weakness and poor muscle development (6 ? 8 weeks of age) They die before 4 months of age.
Inheritance
X
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Orivet
FCI Number
122
GTP Breed
Labrador Retriever

Genoscoper Laboratories Oy

GTP Name
Genoscoper Laboratories Oy
GTP Disease Name
centronuclear myopathy x-linked
Gene Name
MTM1
Mutation
c.465C>A
Nature of test
mutation test
GTP- or Breed-Specific Publications
Shelton, G.D., Rider, B.E., Child, G., Tzannes, S., Guo, L.T., Moghadaszadeh, B., Troiano, E.C., Haase, B., Wade, C.M., Beggs, A.H.: X-linked myotubular myopathy in Rottweiler dogs is caused by a miss
Application in the Breed
Female offspring of a carrier female should be genetically tested (XX or XXMTM1). Carrier females (XXMTM1) should not be bred. Muscle atrophy and weakness, difficulty rising or walking, difficulty swallowing, and a hoarse bark (10 weeks of age) - euthanized within 4 weeks of diagnosis
Inheritance
XR
FCI Number
122
GTP Breed
Labrador Retriever

INNO

GTP
GTP Name
INNO
Gene Name
MTM1
Mutation
c.465C>A; c.1151A > C

Laboratorios Labocor S.L.

GTP Name
Laboratorios Labocor S.L.
Gene Name
MTM1
Mutation
c.465C>A; c.1151A > C

Orivet Genetic Pet Care

GTP Name
Orivet Genetic Pet Care
GTP Disease Name
centronuclear myopathy x-linked
Gene Name
MTM1
Mutation
c.1151A > C
Nature of test
mutation test
GTP- or Breed-Specific Publications
Shelton, G.D., Rider, B.E., Child, G., Tzannes, S., Guo, L.T., Moghadaszadeh, B., Troiano, E.C., Haase, B., Wade, C.M., Beggs, A.H. : X-linked myotubular myopathy in Rottweiler dogs is caused by a m
Application in the Breed
Female offspring of a carrier female should be genetically tested (XX or XXXLMTM). No breeding of carrier females (XXXLMTM). Weakness and poor muscle development (6 ? 8 weeks of age) They die before 4 months of age.
Inheritance
X
FCI Number
122
GTP Breed
Labrador Retriever

Paw Print Genetics

GTP Name
Paw Print Genetics
GTP Disease Name
centronuclear myopathy x-linked
Gene Name
MTM1
Mutation
Point Mutation
Nature of test
mutation test
GTP- or Breed-Specific Publications
Shelton, G.D., Rider, B.E., Child, G., Tzannes, S., Guo, L.T., Moghadaszadeh, B., Troiano, E.C., Haase, B., Wade, C.M., Beggs, A.H.: X-linked myotubular myopathy in Rottweiler dogs is caused by a miss
Application in the Breed
Female offspring of a carrier female should be genetically tested (XX or XXMTM1). Carrier females (XXMTM1) should not be bred. Muscle atrophy and weakness, difficulty rising or walking, difficulty swallowing, and a hoarse bark (10 weeks of age) - euthanized within 4 weeks of diagnosis
Inheritance
XR
FCI Number
122
GTP Breed
Labrador Retriever

PharmaDNA

GTP
GTP Name
PharmaDNA
Gene Name
MTM1
Mutation
c.465C>A; c.1151A > C

Progènes-ADN

GTP Name
Progenes ADN
Gene Name
MTM1
Mutation
c.465C>A; c.1151A > C

VetGen LLC

GTP Name
VetGen LLC
Gene Name
MTM1
Mutation
c.465C>A

VHL Genetics

GTP Name
VHL Genetics
Gene Name
MTM1
Mutation
c.465C>A; c.1151A > C

Zoolyx

GTP
GTP Name
Zoolyx
Gene Name
MTM1
Mutation
c.465C>A; c.1151A > C
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