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Objective: To investigate the possibility that variants in the acidic or basic keratin genes or in desmoglein 1 may cause the clinical manifestation of familial footpad hyperkeratosis in Irish Terriers. Animals: 11 dogs belonging to 2 related affected pedigrees of Irish Terriers. Procedure: Genomic ...

Schleifer, S. G.; Versteeg, S. A.; Oost, B. van; Willemse, T.
American Veterinary Medical Association, Schaumburg, USA
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 2003, 64, 6, pp 715-720