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Most mammals possess a tail, humans and the Great Apes being notable exceptions. One approach to understanding the mechanisms and evolutionary forces influencing development of a tail is to identify the genetic factors that influence extreme tail length variation within a species. In mice, the ...

Buckingham, K. J.; McMillin, M. J.; Brassil, M. M.; Shively, K. M.; Magnaye, K. M.; Cortes, A.; Weinmann, A. S.; Lyons, L. A.; Bamshad, M. J.
Springer, New York, USA
Mammalian Genome, 2013, 24, 9/10, pp 400-408

P. hominis was identified in loose, mucoid faeces of 3 Pixie-Bob cats in the Pacific Northwest of the USA. Two of the cats had a history of large intestine diarrhoea of several months duration. In one cat with recurrent disease, the severity of clinical signs was proportional to the number of...

Romatwoski, J.
Feline Practice, 1996, 24, 5, pp 10-14