Franklin H. Epstein Lecture. Both ends of the leash--the human links to good dogs with bad genes.

@article{Ostrander2012FranklinHE,
  title={Franklin H. Epstein Lecture. Both ends of the leash--the human links to good dogs with bad genes.},
  author={Elaine A Ostrander},
  journal={The New England journal of medicine},
  year={2012},
  volume={367 7},
  pages={636-46}
}
Copyright © 2012 Massachusetts Medical Society. For nearly 350 years, veterinary medicine and human medicine have been separate entities, with one geared toward the diagnosis and treatment in animals and the other toward parallel goals in the owners. However, that model no longer fits, since research on diseases of humans and companion animals has coalesced.1-4 The catalyst for this union has been the completion of the human genome sequence, coupled with draft sequence assemblies of genomes for… CONTINUE READING
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