CL DNA Border Collie

Test Results
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CL is often referred to as a disease that only impacts Australasian Border Collies.  This is not true.
We can only speculate that CL was believed to be associated with the Australasian Border Collies
because CL was originally identified and diagnosed in Australia more than 25 years ago.  However,
since that time, in the United States, the Texas A&M University reported that it had diagnosed CL
in several Border Collies located in Texas.  Although the University never released the identity of
those dogs, this occurred several years prior to the importation of any Australasian dogs to the
United States.  Therefore, these dogs had to be from American and/or British lines.

Approximately 10 years ago, a Border Collie located in Great Britain died of CL.  A post-mortem
examination confirmed the diagnosis.   Again, the identity of the dog was never released.  However,
the
dog was known to be from 100% British lines.

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This database contains results as tested by various laboratories from around the world. 

If you would like your information included on this website, please click on the

Submission Form

link, fill in the information, and press the "Submit" button at the bottom of the page.  

(At this time, we are only able to include dogs who have actually been tested, not dogs clear by parentage.  Please remember to include your Assession or Lab Number as this validates the reports submitted.)

If you would like more information about the CL DNA testing, please contact
 OptiGen or GTG/GSS.

More contacts will be added as they become available.

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click here.)

 

Current Totals Submitted To Database

Normal/Clear

Carriers

Affecteds

Total Listed

1700

42

0

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