Mouse IgG3 (min X Ch,Rb,Gt,Sh,Bov,Hr,Dog,Sw,Bab,Hu IgG_M), Clone LOMG3_13, Rat Mab anti_, HRP

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known as: Mouse IgG3 (min X Ch,Rb,Gt,Sh,Bov,Hr,Dog,Sw,Bab,Hu IgG_M), Clone LOMG3_13, Rat Mab anti_, HRP
Catalog number: genta-YULLOMG313-P1
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Gene target: igg3 min x ch rb gt sh bov hr sw bab hu m clone lomg3 13 mab

Related genes to: Mouse IgG3 (min X Ch,Rb,Gt,Sh,Bov,Hr,Dog,Sw,Bab,Hu IgG_M), Clone LOMG3_13, Rat Mab anti_, HRP

Symbol : dog NIH gene
dbXrefs : FLYBASE:FBgn0016793
chromosome : 3
map location : 3-42 cM
description : dog of glass
type of gene : unknown
Modification date : 2016-05-09
Symbol : min NIH gene
Synonyms : mi
dbXrefs : FLYBASE:FBgn0002747
chromosome : 2
map location : 56E-56E|2-90 cM
description : mini
type of gene : unknown
Modification date : 2016-05-09

Related Pathways to: Mouse IgG3 (min X Ch,Rb,Gt,Sh,Bov,Hr,Dog,Sw,Bab,Hu IgG_M), Clone LOMG3_13, Rat Mab anti_, HRP

Gene about :IgG3
Pathway :Hs Allograft Rejection
IgG3

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Symmetrical brachydactyly in a dog.

Congenital malformations of the canine manus and pes are infrequently reported in the veterinary literature. This includes brachydactyly which is a general term used to indicate the shortening of digits due to abnormal development of the phalanges, metacarpals, or metatarsals. This case report describes isolated brachydactyly in a one-year-old male Maremma Sheepdog affecting all of the phalanges, metacarpals, and metatarsals of digits two through five. This condition was confirmed by determining the length of each phalanx, metacarpal, and metatarsal of the affected dog as well as an unaffected littermate. The affected dog's metacarpal, metatarsal, and phalanx lengths ranged from 50% to 77% of that of the unaffected sibling. Other abnormalities found on physical examination as well as on radiographic imaging are discussed. - Source :PubMed

Cryptococcal Maxillary Osteomyelitis and Osteonecrosis in a 18-Month-Old Dog.

An 18-month-old neutered male labradoodle was treated with surgical debridement for maxillary osteomyelitis and sequestrum formation. Histopathologic findings of the necrotic bone were consistent with Cryptococcus subspecies, confirmed with latex agglutination serum titer testing. The patient responded to a combination of fluconazole and surgical debridement and was titer negative after 8 months of medical therapy. The patient never exhibited signs of systemic illness which is commonly reported with cryptococcosis. Cryptococcus subspecies infection in dogs in the Pacific Northwest is part of an ongoing outbreak in the region, first reported in 2001, and is associated with specific risk factors. This is the first published case of oral cryptococcosis from primary inoculation. - Source :PubMed

Semilunar Coronally Advanced Periodontal Flap to Increase Soft Tissue Coverage of a Maxillary Fourth Premolar in a Dog.

A 7-year-old, 31.3 kg spayed female Golden Retriever dog was presented for the treatment of Miller Class I gingival recession at the right maxillary fourth premolar (108). A semilunar coronally advanced periodontal flap was performed at this tooth and created an increase of approximately 3 mm of soft tissue coverage of the tooth. This method may have benefits over traditional periodontal advancement flaps in that there is no need for suturing, can be done more quickly, maintains lateral blood supply to the flap, and likely has decreased risk of surgical site dehiscence. This case shows that the semilunar coronally advanced periodontal flap demonstrates an appropriate method to treat Miller Class I gingival recession in the maxilla. - Source :PubMed

Overweight dogs are more likely to display undesirable behaviours: results of a large online survey of dog owners in the UK.

Much of the global canine population is now overweight, and this can adversely affect health, lifespan and quality of life. Undesirable behaviours are also common in pet dogs, and these can adversely affect welfare, as well as being stressful to owners. However, links between obesity and behavioural disorders have never previously been explored. An online survey was conducted between June and August in 2014, coinciding with the broadcast of a National UK television programme, exploring dog health, welfare and behaviour. Information gathered included signalment, overweight status and the prevalence of a range of undesirable behaviours. Fisher's exact test and OR were used to determine associations between overweight status and owner-reported behaviours. A total of 17 028 responses were received. After data verification, the final dataset comprised 11 154 dogs, 1801 (16·1 %) of which were reported by owners to be overweight. Owners of overweight dogs were more likely to see them as 'a baby' (P < 0·0001) and allow them to sleep on their bed (P < 0·0001). Overweight dogs were also more likely to guard food (P < 0·0001) and steal food (P < 0·0001). Other undesirable behaviours more commonly reported in overweight dogs included barking, growling or snapping at strangers (P = 0·0011) and other dogs (P = 0·0015), being fearful of outdoors (P < 0·0001), and not always coming back when called (P = 0·0011). Finally, owners were more likely to report that unsociable behaviours adversely affected their dog's health (P < 0·0001). Overweight status is associated with a number of undesirable behaviours in dogs. Further studies are now required to explore the reasons for these associations. - Source :PubMed

Fibrinogen deficiency in a dog - a case report.

Among coagulation disorders, primary fibrinogen deficiency is very rare in dogs. It is divided into hypofibrinogenemia, afibrinogenemia and dysfibrinogenemia. Afibrinogenemia has been described in three dogs. There are, however, no published case reports of primary hypofibrinogenemia in dogs. - Source :PubMed

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