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Canine neuroaxonal dystrophy (NAD) is a degenerative, recessive neurological disease of young adult Rottweiler dogs.
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Canine neuroaxonal dystrophy (NAD) is a degenerative, recessive neurological disease of young adult Rottweiler dogs. The disease is characterised by targeting sensory axon terminals by axonal spheroids, whereby axonal swellings occur in the central or peripheral nervous system. The neurological disorder is caused by a missense mutation within the Vacuolar Protein Sorting 11 (VPS11).
Clinical features includes nystagmus, intention tremor, hypermetria, ataxia, postural deficits.
This test is based on a genome-wide association study.
Pubmed ID: 29945969
Omia ID: 2152