Human ceroid-lipofuscinosis is marked by blindness, dementia, ataxia, and premature death. A canine model for this disease exists in English setters whose clinical, pathological and biochemical changes resemble the human disorder. In both syndromes, autofluorescent lipopigments, i.e.; lipofuscin and ceroid ("granular", "fingerprint" and/or "curvilinear… (More)
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