DLA haplotype determination in dogs

DLA haplotype determination in dogs

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DLA genes (DLA-DRB1, DLA-DQA1, DLA-DQB1) are an important part of the immune system and take on important functions in the early phase of immune defense.

DLA genes are also linked to numerous autoimmune diseases in dogs, as countless research studies have already shown. In these diseases, the immune system turns against its own body, which incorrectly leads to the destruction of its own body structures.

A genetic impoverishment in the DLA genes leads to an increased susceptibility to autoimmune diseases. However, high variability is essential for these immune genes because this is the only way they are able to react appropriately to different viruses, bacteria or other foreign invaders in the body.

Delivery takes place as a standard letter. (Delivery time approx. 2-5 working days).
Processing time after sample receipt in the laboratory: usually 2 - 3 weeks.
Examination material: oral mucosa swabs or 1-2 ml EDTA blood.

You can find a lot of further information about the DLA haplotypes at:



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Landline AT: +43 (0) 662 / 43 93 83
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Postal address:

Laboratory for genetic veterinary diagnostics
Strubergasse 26
5020 Salzburg

Niedervillern 8
83410 Running

The German address is a PO box. The samples are forwarded to our laboratory in Austria three times a week.

Please do not send items as "Registered", "Personally delivered", "Registered Mail" or as express mail. This will lead to delays or refusal of acceptance at the PO box.

If you would like one of these shipping options, send the sample directly to us in Austria.