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Genome-wide association mapping was used to identify the causative mutation for canine ectodermal dysplasia (CED), a condition characterized by a sparse/absent coat (hairlessness) and missing/abnormally shaped teeth. One single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) on chromosome 17 (CFA 17) showed a strong ...

Author(s)
Drögemüller, C.; Karlsson, E. K.; Hytönen, M. K.; Perloski, M.; Dolf, G.; Sainio, K.; Lohi, H.; Lindblad-Toh, K.; Leeb, T.
Publisher
American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, USA
Citation
Science (Washington), 2008, 321, 5895, pp 1462
Abstract

A neutered male Mexican Hairless dog was presented for generalized weight loss and weakness. Initial laboratory testing and diagnostic imaging revealed thrombocytopenia and an interstitial to miliary lung pattern affecting all lung fields. Mild joint effusion was found on physical examination...

Author(s)
Black, L. J.; Hechler, A. C.; Duffy, M. E.; Beatty, S. S. K.
Publisher
Wiley, Boston, USA
Citation
Veterinary Clinical Pathology, 2017, 46, 2, pp 354-359
Abstract

Dihydroxyacetone (DHAT) is a color additive that is added to sunless tanning products to produce an artificial tan. Although this agent has been used extensively as safe sunless tanning, no published data are available to judge whether the abuse of DHAT causes a potential hazard to the human skin....

Author(s)
Kimura, T.
Publisher
John Wiley and Sons, Inc, New York, USA
Citation
Environmental Toxicology, 2009, 24, 5, pp 506-512
Abstract

Canine allergic contact hypersensitivity is an uncommon skin disease as compared with human beings because hair coat is a good natural barrier to environmental contactants. In our colony of hairless dogs housed in stainless steel cages, we have encountered spontaneously occurring contact...

Author(s)
Kimura, T.
Publisher
John Wiley and Sons, Inc, New York, USA
Citation
Environmental Toxicology, 2007, 22, 2, pp 176-184
Abstract

The changes were investigated and compared with those of haired descendants of Mexican Hairless dogs and Beagles. Dogs studied were allotted to 4 groups, according to age, 0 to 2 weeks, 4 to 5 months, 1 to 1.5 years, and 3 to 4 years old. Skin colour, histological features, and numbers of...

Author(s)
Kimura, T.; Doi, K.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1994, 55, 4, pp 480-486
Abstract

In the first experiment, 31 hairless hybrid dogs were used to examine histology of spontaneous comedones [blackheads]. The skin of females showed lower humidity than that of males. Some animals with a large number of comedones exhibited remarkably high skin sebum scores. The comedones were...

Author(s)
Kimura, T.; Doi, K.
Citation
Experimental Animals, 1996, 45, 4, pp 377-384
Abstract

Skin and lymphatic tissue specimens from 24 hairless dogs (offspring of native Mexican hairless dogs, F1 hybrids with Beagles) were examined histologically. Hairless dogs had some sparse hair on the head, tail and feet. Newborn puppies had thick epidermis with rudiments of hair follicles, which...

Author(s)
Fukuta, K.; Koizumi, N.; Imamura, K.; Goto, N.; Hamada, H.
Citation
Experimental Animals, 1991, 40, 1, pp 69-73
Abstract

We examined the safety of silk fibroin in the subcutaneous tissues. In addition, we macroscopically and histopathologically evaluated its healing effect on the full-thickness wounds in hairless dogs. We prepared 3 types of matrices including amorphous silk fibroin films, and acute˜-and β-type silk...

Author(s)
Kimura, T.; Yamada, H.; Tsubouchi, K.; Doi, K.
Publisher
INSInet Publications, Faisalabad, Pakistan
Citation
Journal of Applied Sciences Research, 2007, No.November, pp 1306-1314
Abstract

Hairless dogs, obtained by crossing a Mexican hairless dog with a Beagle, and haired Beagle controls were inoculated i.v. twice at 7-day intervals with sheep red blood cell antigens (thymus dependent) and Brucella abortus (thymus independent antigens). Total serum antibody titres 7 days after...

Author(s)
Hirota, Y.; Koizumi, N.; Matsubara, Y.; Imamura, K.; Fukuta, K.
Citation
Japanese Journal of Veterinary Science, 1990, 52, 5, pp 1117-1121
Abstract

Three hairless descendants of Mexican hairless dogs were exposed to ultraviolet (UV) irradiation for 2 h/day for 6 consecutive days. The mean value of UV irradiation intensity for 2 h exposure was 20 W/m2. Assessment of skin colour changes, using a spectrophotometer, indicated that luminance values ...

Author(s)
Kimura, T.; Doi, K.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1994, 55, 2, pp 199-203

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