Ned Patterson, DVM, PhD, Assistant Professor
612-625-5799 (regular hours)
Molecular genetic testing and counseling for a variety of diseases, including
some of the progressive retinal atrophies, some breeds with Von Willebrand?s
disease, cystinuria in Newfoundlands, Cooper toxicosis in Bedlington terriers,
PFK and PK deficiency in a number of dog breeds and in Abyssinian and Somali
Treatment recommendations for genetic disorders
DNA banking for dogs with suspected and known genetic disorders and follow-up
participation in research projects at the University and other research institutions
when applicable (current projects include studies of the genetics of epilepsy
in all breeds, exercise-induced collapse in Labrador retrievers, and anesthetic-induced
Breeding recommendations, including calculation of inbreeding coefficients
Free telephone consultations to referring veterinarians
Speaker for breed and kennel clubs regarding genetic counseling, molecular
genetic tests, and specific
concerns in their breed.
One day per month or at other times if prearranged.
Services are limited to dogs and cats.
Appointments, including a physical exam and recommendations, are one hour long.
Consultations are 30 minutes long.