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A SEL1L Mutation Links a Canine Progressive Early-Onset Cerebellar Ataxia to the Endoplasmic Reticulum–Associated Protein Degradation (ERAD) Machinery

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Genetic studies.

(A) A Manhattan plot of case-control genome-wide association test performed using 13 cases and 7 unaffected sibling-controls. (B) Results of the family-based testing on the disease associated chromosome 8. Plotted are single-point linkage analysis LOD scores, association test p-values and joint analysis p-values. (C) Genotypes at the disease associated locus on CFA8. All cases share a 1.5 Mb homozygous block, and within this block BICF2P948919 shows complete segregation with the disease. (D) A schematic representation of the seven genes found on the 1.5 Mb block and of the SEL1L gene structure. SEL1L exons are marked with black boxes and red denotes the untranslated regions (UTRs). BICF2P948919 is located on second SEL1L intron and the c.1972T>C mutation on exon 19. (E) Chromatograms of the c.1972T>C mutation in an affected, a carrier and a wild-type dog.

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