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Fig. 6 | Canine Genetics and Epidemiology

Fig. 6

From: An autosomal recessive mutation in SCL24A4 causing enamel hypoplasia in Samoyed and its relationship to breed-wide genetic diversity

Fig. 6

(Upper) Manhattan plot of GWAS using seven Samoyed with enamel hypoplasia five unrelated healthy controls showing a genome-wide association on CFA 8. (Lower) Allele frequency in the 12-Mb region of CFA 8 for enamel hypoplasia (solid diamond) and control (open circle) and the location of a known candidate SLC24A4 for a form of autosomal recessive amelogenesis imperfecta in humans

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