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Pedigree Analysis

How can Pedigree Analysis help my lame horse?
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Genetic Defects

Why is it important to know if your horse has genetic defects?
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Genetic Assets

Genetics can help with desirable traits too ...
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Color Genetics

Genetics are not only useful for detecting genetic diseases and genetic assets
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LFS stands for Lavender Foal Syndrome - it is a recessive disease


LFS causes seizures and the death of foals soon after birth. Symptoms include muscle spasms which cause backward arching of the head, neck and spine, and stiff or paddling leg movements. Foals are unable to stand and nurse and are euthanized. There is no effective treatment.


Affected foals have a diluted coat color referred to as "lavender."

LFS is found in Arabians.

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Horses 278,224

5 Panel NN 4558

PSSM1 nn 8813
PSSM1 pos 3047
PSSM2 pos 766

HYPP nn 9317
HYPP pos 4866

 

 

 

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