Color Dilution Alopecia (CDA) und die Deutsche Dogge - Bibliographie


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Hargis AM, B. M.-B. (1991). Black hair follicular dysplasia in black and white saluki dogs: differentiation from color mutant alopecia in the doberman pinscher by microscopic examination of hairs. Vet Dermatol., 69–83.

Mecklenburg L. (2006). An overview on congenital alopecia in domestic animals. Vet Dermatol., 393–410.

Philipp U, H. H.-A. (2005). Polymorphisms within the canine MLPH gene are associated with dilute coat color in dogs. BMC Genet.

Philipp U, Q. P. (2005). Chromosomal assignment of the canine melanophilin gene (MLPH): a candidate gene for coat color dilution in Pinschers. J Hered., 774-6.

Welle M, P. U. (2009). MLPH Genotype—Melanin Phenotype Correlation in Dilute Dogs. J Hered., 75-79.