continued from part two

As the DNA genome is ‘mapped’ more and more projects are being generated, and where possible Erinveine is proud to have contributed by supply of samples and information. Listed here are a few that we have been involved in. We are doing this to screen for clear stock rather than trying to patch up issues already showing up ?

  • general dog genome mapping DNA bank conducted by Katy Robertson (USA) Veterinary Genetics Laboratory University of California at Davis- 2004
  • Canine hip dysplasia and Clumbers conducted Dr Steve Harris (UK) School of Biomedical Sciences, Queens Medical Centre, University of Nottingham – 2005
  • pyruvate dehydrogenase (PDH) deficiency [now known as PDP1 deficiency) and Clumbers conducted by Dr Jessie Cameron (Ca) The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto & Dr Diane Shelton (USA) Department of Pathology, University of California, San Diego – 2005 PDH clear dogs tested in the primary research are listed at