Genetic risk factor identified for cryptorchidism in dogs

Genetic risk factor identified for cryptorchidism in dogs

Cryptorchidism in dogs is relatively common but poorly understood. Researchers from another Mars Petcare brand, Kinship, leveraged Banfield’s extensive database to complete a large-scale genome-wide association study to identify genetic risk factors for cryptorchidism in dogs.

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