Excessive Cyclosporine

2022-01-04T11:28:20-05:00

Associated Immunosuppression in a Dog Heterozygous for the MDR1 (ABCB1-1Δ) Mutation Abstract Pharmacodynamic monitoring was used to titrate cyclosporine dosing in a dog with immune-mediated hemolytic anemia. Development of a suspected secondary infection, with subsequent discovery of an unexpectedly high level of T-cell suppression despite a relatively low cyclosporine dose, prompted an investigation into the [...]

Excessive Cyclosporine2022-01-04T11:28:20-05:00

The Long Winding Road of MDR1

2021-08-10T12:24:31-04:00

By Robette Johns Donna’s story highlights the fact that no matter how careful we are or how many times we tell our vet clinic our Collie is MDR1 mutant/mutant, it’s never enough. To give you a little background on the MDR1 journey, one of Pati Merrill’s memorable stories about “Getting to Know You”, in the [...]

The Long Winding Road of MDR12021-08-10T12:24:31-04:00

Multidrug Sensitivity

2019-04-25T07:50:18-04:00

Multidrug Sensitivity By Sue Floyd, VMD Some dog breeds are more sensitive to certain drugs than other breeds. Collies and related breeds, for instance, can have a genetic predisposition to adverse drug reactions involving many different drugs. These drug sensitivities result from a mutation in the multidrug resistance gene (MDR1 gene.) Dogs with the mutant [...]

Multidrug Sensitivity2019-04-25T07:50:18-04:00

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Testing 101

Health Testing is Too Hard?

The CHF made it easier for you to request codes.

request your test codes - clicks to contact form request

Click the picture of the rough blue puppy which is on every page under “Test Your Collie”. A form pops up for you to fill out. Once you are done, hit send!

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Testing 201

Where to Test
What to Test For & Why
How to Educate Yourself

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Enroll: Coloboma Study

Enroll in the Coloboma Study - clicks to contact form request

Click the picture of the rough sable which is on every page under “Grants/Samples”. A form pops up for you to fill out. Once you are done, hit send!

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