A GJA9 frameshift variant is associated with polyneuropathy in Leonberger dogs.

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BMC genomics, ISSN: 1471-2164, Vol: 18, Issue: 1, Page: 662

Publication Year:
2017
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28841859
DOI:
10.1186/s12864-017-4081-z
Author(s):
Becker, Doreen, Minor, Katie M, Letko, Anna, Ekenstedt, Kari J, Jagannathan, Vidhya, Leeb, Tosso, Shelton, G Diane, Mickelson, James R, Drögemüller, Cord
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Springer Nature
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Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology
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Many inherited polyneuropathies (PN) observed in dogs have clinical similarities to the genetically heterogeneous group of Charcot-Marie-Tooth (CMT) peripheral neuropathies in humans. The canine disorders collectively show a variable expression of progressive clinical signs and ages of onset, and different breed prevalences. Previously in the Leonberger breed, a variant highly associated with a juvenile-onset PN was identified in the canine orthologue of a CMT-associated gene. As this deletion in ARHGEF10 (termed LPN1) does not explain all cases, PN in this breed may encompass variants in several genes with similar clinical and histopathological features.

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