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Scientific References

Patterson EE, Minor KM, Tchernatynskaia AV, Taylor SM, Shelton GD, Ekenstedt KJ, Mickelson JR. A canine dynamin 1 mutation is highly associated with the syndrome of exercise-induced collapse. Nature Genetics 2008; 40(10): 1235-1239

Taylor SM, Shmon CL, Shelton GD, Patterson EE, Minor K, Mickelson JR. Exercise Induced Collapse of Labrador Retrievers: Survey results and preliminary investigation of heritability. Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association, November 2008; 44: 295-301.

Taylor SM. Exercise-induced Weakness/Collapse in Labrador Retrievers In LP Tilley and FW Smith (eds), 2008, Blackwell's Five Minute Veterinary Consult: Canine and Feline (4 th edition). 458-459.

Taylor SM, Shmon CL, Adams VJ, Mickelson JR, Patterson EE, Shelton GD. Evaluations of Labrador Retrievers with Exercise Induced Collapse, including response to a standardized strenuous exercise protocol. Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association, January 2009.

Cosford KL, Taylor SM. Exercise intolerance in retrievers. Veterinary Medicine, February 2010; Vol 105 No 2:64-75.

Minor, K.M., Patterson, E.E., Keating, M.K., Gross, S.D., Ekenstedt, K.J., Taylor, S.M., Mickelson, J.R., 2011. Presence and impact of the exercise-induced collapse associated DNM1 mutation in Labrador retrievers and other breeds. The Veterinary Journal. doi:10.1016/j.tvjl.2011.06.022.

Furrow, E, Minor, K.M., Taylor, S.M., Mickelson, J.R., Patterson, E.E., 2013.  Relationship between dynamin 1 mutation status and characteristics of recurrent episodes of exercise-induced collapse in Labrador Retrievers.  J AM Vet Med Assoc, No. 6, March 15, 2013: 786-791.

 

US patent 8, 178,297 Method of Detecting Canine Exercise-Induced Collapse


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