Michael Bernays

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A white Bengal tiger was noted to have a convergent strabismus with poor vision since a cub. The tiger and a littermate with normal colouring and apparently normal eyes were anaesthetised for comparative ocular examination. A fundus typical of colour-dilute cats and dogs was noted in the white tiger. Except for strabismus, no abnormalities were observed.(More)
Primary Lens Luxation (PLL) is an inherited disease common in Terrier breeds. A truncating mutation in the ADAMTS17 orthologue on CFA03 is reported to cause PLL in 17 breeds, mostly Terriers. This study investigated the mode of inheritance and penetrance of PLL, age of the ADAMTS17 mutation, and other possible causes of PLL in Australian Tenterfield(More)
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