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K793

Differences in bloodtypes between a cat and unborn kittens may result in danger to newborns.

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Specifications

Breeds

Gene

Organ

specimen

Swab, Blood EDTA, Blood Heparin, Semen, Tissue

Mode of Inheritance

Chromosome

Year Published

General information

Differences in bloodtypes between a cat and unborn kittens may result in danger to newborns. The risk can be assessed by establishing the bloodtypes of the parents. Breeding advice can be used to prevent potentially lethal combinations of bloodtypes.

Clinical features

When a kitten with the A serotype (DNA: N/N or N/b) is born from a mother with Serotype B (DNA: b/b), the kitten may die because the mother milk may contain antibodies against the A serotype of the kitten. The purpose of breeding should be, to prevent a female cat with serotype B (DNA: b/b) from having offspring with the A serotype (DNA: N/b). Consequently, it is recommended to breed a female cat with serotype B (DNA: b/b) to a sire with serotype B (DNA: b/b).

Additional information

References

Pubmed ID: 17553163

Omia ID: 119

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1. Select your product(s)

Select your single test, a CombiBreed Package or create your own Bundle.

2. Collect DNA sample

Collect DNA material as indicated with our products and send it to our laboratory.

3. Results

We handle your DNA sample with care and provide you with the results.