57,48 47,50 excl. VAT

H871

Canine multifocal retinopathy (cmr) is an ocular disorder (autosomal recessive ) characterised by multiple areas of retinal degeneration in multiple dog breeds.

10 working days

Specifications

Breeds

, , , , , , , , ,

Gene

Organ

specimen

Swab, Blood EDTA, Blood Heparin, Semen, Tissue

Mode of Inheritance

Chromosome

Also known as

Year Published

General information

Canine multifocal retinopathy (cmr) is an ocular disorder (autosomal recessive ) characterised by multiple areas of retinal degeneration in multiple dog breeds.

Clinical features

Signs of cmr1 develop around 13 weeks of age, and include multiple tan-pink subretinal patches in both the tapetal and the non-tapetal fundus along with focal areas of tapetal hyper-reflectivity. The lesions elevate the retina. They progress as the animal ages to focal areas of retinal degeneration and retinal pigment epithelial hypertrophy and pigmentation.

Additional information

References

Pubmed ID: 17460247

Omia ID: 1444

How does it work?

Learn more

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.

Related products