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Glycogen Branching Enzyme Deficiency (GBED)

What’s In Your Horse’s DNA?

Geneticists have created tools and tests that help horse breeders select for healthy foals. Furthermore, access to the equine genome means scientists can examine common diseases and conditions and find ways to prevent (and one day treat) them.

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Muscle Disorders (AAEP 2006)

Careful inspection of a horse’s muscle mass and symmetry and hands-on palpation educates the examiner about the horse’s muscle tone and comfort level. The examiner also evaluates the horse in motion and conducts a full lameness exam.

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Equine Genetic Disease: Who’s At Risk?

Many DNA sequence variations are fine; they just give rise to the broad spectrum of colors, sizes, and other characteristics we see in the horse population. Some variations, however, cause problems. These might range from a genetic predisposition

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GBED Linked to Quarter Horse Bloodlines

Glycogen-branching enzyme disorder (GBED) has likely been a cause of neonatal mortality in Quarter Horses for decades, according to Stephanie Valberg, DVM, PhD, who gave an update on her research on the disorder at the recent conference of the

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