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Curly Coat

Breed: Uruguayan Cimarron

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General

Disease Name
Curly Coat
Mutation
c.451C>T
Test Type
Other Genetic Traits
Details
This influences the texture of the dog coat and hair formation. Inheritance (or "options" for coat type) is related to breed. The allele CC is dominant, and results in a curly coat. Only when the dog has two copies of the recessive allele is the coat is of a non-curly type. Some breeds are fixed (only ever curly-coated) for the dominant allele CC. Other breeds can have either curly or non-curly hair. Not to be confused with "curly coat/dry eye" which is a disease.
Published
Cadieu, E., Neff, M.W., Quignon, P., Walsh, K., Chase, K., Parker, H.G., Vonholdt, B.M., Rhue, A., Boyko, A., Byers, A., Wong, A., Mosher, D.S., Elkahloun, A.G., Spady, T.C., André, C., Lark, K.G., Cargill, M., Bustamante, C.D., Wayne, R.K., Ostrander, E.A. : Coat variation in the domestic dog is governed by variants in three genes. Science 326:150-3, 2009. Pubmed reference: 19713490. DOI: 10.1126/science.1177808.
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