Animal Genetics

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Merle/Cryptic Merle
New test available for Dogs. Please see Merle

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Pattern-1 (PATN1)
New test available for Horses. Please see Pattern-1 (PATN1)

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Hoof Wall Separation Disease
New test available for Horses. Please see Hoof Wall Separation Disease (HWSD)

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Equine Gait Testing
Animal Genetics is now offering DMRT3 Gait testing horses $125.00.

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Animal Genetics PSSM1 Testing!
Animal Genetics is pleased to announce that it has the legal, unconditional right to continue to offer genetic testing for PSSM1 to all of its customers around the world. Animal Genetics has acquired all available licenses to offer the complete 5 panel assay and will push forward to make its PSSM1 test, as well as the 5 panel test available to all organizations and their members.

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September, 2014
New test available for dogs. Please see Collie Eye Anomaly (CEA)

Equine Fee Schedule (U.S. Dollars)

Color and Pattern Panels Cost Each
Base Color Red Factor + Agouti $40.00
Appaloosa Pattern LP + PATN1 $40.00
Color Panel RF, Agouti, Cream, Champagne, Silver, Pearl, Dun $95.00
Pattern Panel Tobiano, LWO, Sabino, Splash White, LP, PATN1 $95.00
Color and Pattern Tests Cost Each
Red/Black Factor $25.00
Agouti $25.00
Cream Dilution $25.00
Dun Dilution $40.00
Silver Dilution $25.00
Champagne Dilution $25.00
Pearl Dilution $25.00
Gray $25.00
Tobiano $25.00
Lethal White Overo $25.00
Sabino1 $25.00
Splash White (SW1,SW2,SW3) $25.00
Appaloosa $25.00
Appaloosa (PATN1) $25.00
Genetic Disorder Panels Cost Each
Quarter Horse HYPP, Hrd, GBED, PSSM1, MH $95.00
Arabian Horse CA, LFS, SCID $125.00
Arabian Color and Disease CA, LFS, SCID, Red Factor, Agouti, Gray $155.00
Performance Testing Cost Each
Gait $125.00
Additional Equine Color Test Cost Each
Dominant White (W3, W5, W10, W20) $25.00
Roan Zygosity -

*Combination price is only available when the panel is requested and completed at one time. This price is for the complete panel and tests can not be substituted or changed. Animal Genetics stores all equine samples for at least five years. This allows the individual who submitted the sample to add tests including a panel to any previously submitted sample.