D locus dilute d2 (Chow Chow type) (d2)

Summary

Dilution is the colour gene that dilutes brown to silver, and black to a blue or slate colur. Dilution is a recessive trait. This means that dogs can silently carry the dilute gene, without being dilute themselves. Dogs like this - dilute carriers - can potentially produce dilute puppies.

The dilute type 2 test is for a rare form of the dilution gene that so far has been found in Chow Chows, Sloughis and Thai Ridgebacks. It can create the dilute coat colours by itself or in combination with the common dilute gene.

Gene or region and technical reference

Gene: MLPH (causative). Reference: Bauer et al. (2018)

Reported alleles

n. Test developed using manufactured DNA, animal controls.

d2. Test developed using manufactured DNA, animal cases.

Panels: groups of tests that are often ordered together

This test is not in any panels.


dog

A dilute Thai Ridgeback

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There is a one-off sample processing fee of $40 per animal plus the cost of your tests.

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Panels


Colour panels

$24 B locus ... more

$16 E locus ... more


Working dogs

$59 Australian Kelpie panel ... more

$26 Working dog CA (CA panel) ... more

$54 Working dog core panel ... more


Good looks


Coat characteristics

$9 Coat length L (common form) (L) ... more

$9 Coat length L2 (L2) ... more

$9 Curly coat ... more

$9 Improper coat ... more


Good health


Australian Kelpies

$14 Intestinal lipid malabsorption (ILM) ... more


Good looks


Coat colour

$9 B locus brown (bc allele) (bc) ... more

$9 B locus brown (bd allele) (bd) ... more

$9 B locus brown (bs allele) (bs) ... more

$9 D locus dilute d2 (Chow Chow type) (d2)

$9 E locus melanistic mask ... more

$9 E locus red/black ... more


Good health


Multiple breeds

$14 Degenerative myelopathy (DM) ... more

$14 Progressive retinal atrophy - PRCD (PRA-PRCD) ... more


Working dogs

$14 Cerebellar abiotrophy marker (LINGO3) (CA: LINGO3) ... more

$14 Cerebellar abiotrophy marker (VMP1) (CA: VMP1) ... more

$14 Collie eye anomaly (CEA) ... more

$14 Trapped neutrophil syndrome (TNS) ... more

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