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Coat Colour, Extension

Breed: Alaskan Husky

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General

Disease Name
Coat Colour, Extension
Mutation
c.916C>T
Mutation 2
p.R306*
Mutation 3
c.790A>G; g.233G>T
Test Type
Other Genetic Traits
Details
Testing for extension reveals whether a dog with a mask has one or two copies of this version of the extension locus. Dogs with a single copy can produce offspring with or without a mask, while those with two copies will only produce masked offspring.
Details 2
Testing for extension reveals whether a dog with a mask has one or two copies of this version of the extension locus. Dogs with a single copy can produce offspring with or without a mask, while those with two copies will only produce masked offspring.
Published
Newton, J.M., Wilkie, A.L., He, L., Jordan, S.A., Metallinos, D.L., Holmes, N.G., Jackson, I.J., Barsh, G.S. : Melanocortin 1 receptor variation in the domestic dog Mammalian Genome 11:24-30, 2000. Pubmed reference: 10602988.
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