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Canine genetic research has already helped physicians in diagnosing rare human diseases. The next step will be to investigate the causes of canine behavioural disorders.
The DNA samples of over 65,000 Finnish dogs have been deposited in a DNA bank – genetic research is helping both dogs and humans | University of Helsinki helsinki.fi

Canine genetic research has already helped physicians in diagnosing rare human diseases. The next step will be to investigate the causes of canine behavioural disorders.