MHATesting

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n North Carolina http://www.ncstatevets.org/gen…”, They’re looking for study participants. From their web site” Dr. Steven Friedenberg and the Veterinary Genetics Laboratory at North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine are working to identify the gene mutations responsible for the development of IMHA. Their goal is to use this research to develop a test to help breeders decrease the frequency of the disease. We are also interested in using the results of our research to help predict disease severity and response to therapy.