Determining whether risk for sebaceous adenitis of Standard Poodles is associated with a specific DLA class II genotype

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Sebaceous adenitis is an autoimmune disease that is seen mainly in the Standard Poodle, Akita, and English Springer Spaniel. The incidence of the disease in Standard Poodles appears to be low at this time but increasing in frequency over time. The disease is a generalized skin disorder associated with an attack by the dog’s own immune system against the… (More)

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@inproceedings{Oberbauer2010DeterminingWR, title={Determining whether risk for sebaceous adenitis of Standard Poodles is associated with a specific DLA class II genotype}, author={Anita M. Oberbauer}, year={2010} }