Horse

Horse
Breed

Polysaccharide Storage Myopathy (PSSM1)

Type 1 Polysaccharide Storage Myopathy is a glycogen storage disease that results in the accumulation of abnormal complex sugars in muscle cells, which can lead to muscle pain, weakness, and reluctance to move.

Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome (AIS)

Five mutations in the androgen receptor gene, located on the X chromosome, are known to result in androgen insensitivity. Androgen insensitivity syndrome causes male horses to be sterile and appear phenotypically female.

Equine Familial Isolated Hypoparathyroidism (EFIH)

Equine familial isolated hypoparathyroidism (EFIH), previously termed idiopathic hypocalcemia, is an invariably fatal condition that causes involuntary contraction of muscles and seizures in Thoroughbred foals.

Parentage/Genetic Marker Report

This DNA-based parentage test uses microsatellite marker analysis to compare the DNA profile of an offspring to the profiles of possible parents.

Shetland Pony Coat Color Panel

Palomino Shetland PonyThe Shetland Pony Coat Color Panel bundles together several genetic tests relevant to coat color in the Shetland Pony breed.

Appaloosa Panel 2

Knabstrupper with leopard spotting

The Appaloosa Panel 2 bundles together the diagnostic tests specific to determining the presence of the leopard spotting complex.

Appaloosa Panel 1

Black and white horse with leopard spotting

A variety of coat color as well as white patterning diagnostic tests specifically for the Appaloosa and Appaloosa-related breeds.