DNA profiling and personalised medicine from Nationwide Laboratories

Cheryl Corral
Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Research into the canine genome has made it possible to test and screen for inherited diseases occurring as a result of single-gene mutations with ease. Nationwide Laboratories have used developments in the availability of these tests to develop DNA profiling for cats and dogs, with the option to include a life plan for the patient alongside the results. The hope is that screening cats and dogs early in life would allow for lifestyle adaptations and treatment planning, to allow for better management of any potential genetic disease, improving the overall healthcare for the companion animal as a result.

Table 1. DNA profiling packages offered by Orivet
Table 1. DNA profiling packages offered by Orivet

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