Researchers at the University of Helsinki in Finland have uncovered a novel gene associated with acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) in dogs, which may also help medical researchers understand the mechanisms of respiratory diseases in people.
A new genetic study has uncovered the cause of acute respiratory distress in Dalmatian dogs. ADRS has an early onset, with puppies or young dogs experiencing difficulty breathing, which rapidly leads to death. The gene study used material
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