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MyDogDNA Pass (test results)

Post by Sylvaen » Fri Jan 03, 2014 8:20 pm

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All results posted here: http://www.sylvaen.com/MyDogDNA.html
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Re: MyDogDNA Pass (test results)

Post by Tana » Sun Jan 05, 2014 2:25 pm

Oo that is cool, to get the DNA profil and the results from all genetic disordes (known so far) in one (plus conformation and genetic diversity)! What was the price for one dog(with the postage to Croatia)?

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Re: MyDogDNA Pass (test results)

Post by Sylvaen » Sun Jan 05, 2014 2:47 pm

Tana wrote:Oo that is cool, to get the DNA profil and the results from all genetic disordes (known so far) in one (plus conformation and genetic diversity)!
Yep, it's a great test! Really good value for money! :)

http://www.mydogdna.com/dnapass
Tana wrote:What was the price for one dog(with the postage to Croatia)?
The price for each dog is 99 euros + 8 euros return shipping (anywhere in the world).

http://www.mydogdna.com/shopping-cart
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Re: MyDogDNA Pass (test results)

Post by Tana » Sun Jan 05, 2014 5:54 pm

Sylvaen wrote:
Tana wrote:Oo that is cool, to get the DNA profil and the results from all genetic disordes (known so far) in one (plus conformation and genetic diversity)!
Yep, it's a great test! Really good value for money! :)

http://www.mydogdna.com/dnapass
Tana wrote:What was the price for one dog(with the postage to Croatia)?
The price for each dog is 99 euros + 8 euros return shipping (anywhere in the world).

http://www.mydogdna.com/shopping-cart
Great! Thanks.

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Re: MyDogDNA Pass (test results)

Post by Sylvaen » Fri Jan 17, 2014 2:43 am

FYI, they have upgraded the DNA test package and, as a result, the price is going up (from 99 euros to 129 euros) + postage.
This is the complete list of DNA tests included in the package: http://www.mydogdna.com/sites/default/f ... _sheet.pdf

Until the end of January, it is possible to order 1 MyDogDNA Pass for 79 euros (discount = 20 euros off the current price) with the coupon code "VOUCHER". :)
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Re: MyDogDNA Pass (test results)

Post by Tana » Mon Mar 17, 2014 7:06 pm

I got the results of Tana, but I don't know how to publish it. All the results are- clear :D

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Re: MyDogDNA Pass (test results)

Post by Booma » Tue Mar 18, 2014 11:12 am

Cool. What about the colour results?
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Re: MyDogDNA Pass (test results)

Post by Tana » Tue Mar 18, 2014 8:24 pm

Colour Locus A
-/- The dog does not carry any of the tested alleles in A-locus.

Dogs with this genotype carry either two copies of the aw allele or two copies of the a allele or the combination of these two alleles. The aw-allele represents the wild type allele which is encountered in wolves. The aw allele causes the hair to be banded with darker and lighter areas. The a allele is the cause of recessive black coat in some herding breeds, like German Shepherds. At the moment, our test panel cannot distinguish these two alleles.

Colour locus A (ASIP gene): fawn, sable (ay-allele)
G/G Dogs with this genotype do not carry the ay allele.


Colour Locus A (ASIP gene): Black and Tan, Saddle-Tan (at allele)
T/T Dogs with this genotype don't carry any copies at allele associated with the black and tan coat or saddle-tan colour.

Colour Locus B
-/- The dog does not carry any of the tested b alleles.


Colour Locus B (TYRP1 gene): brown, liver (bc allele)
T/T Dogs with this genotype do not carry any copies of the tested bc allele.


Colour Locus B (TYRP1 gene): brown, liver (bs allele)
C/C Dogs with this genotype do not carry any copies of the tested bs allele.

Dogs with this genotype don't carry any of the tested b alleles. This means that they carry either two copies of the dominant B allele or two copies of bd allele or the combination of these two.

Colour Locus E
E/E The dog is homozygous for E allele.

Dogs with this genotype carry two copies of the E allele that represents the wild type allele. This allele doesn't itself cause any spesific phenotype but it lets other colours than the recessive red to expressed. Dogs with this genotype will pass this allele to every pup of their offspring.

Colour Locus E (MC1R gene): recessive red, yellow, cream (e allele)

C/C Dogs with this genotype do not carry any copies of the recessive e allele, instead they carry two copies of a genetic variant that is typically associated with dark coat colours, like black, brown or blue, but also with other colours. As this test evaluates the presence of a general colour modifying element, carrying this genotype means that effect of other colour modifying loci can be expressed and manifested in the dog's appearance.

Colour Locus E (MC1R gene): dark mask (EM allele)
A/A Your dog does not carry any copies of the tested EM allele typically associated with dark mask.


Colour Locus E (MC1R gene): grizzle, domino (EG allele)
G/G Dogs with this genotype do not carry any copies of the EG allele, the genetic variant associated with grizzle or domino coat colour.

Colour Locus H
h/h The dog is homozygous for h allele.
Dogs with genotype do not carry the H allele associated with the harlequin pattern, instead it carries two copies of the wild type allele. Dogs with this genotype will pass this allele to every pup of their offspring.

Colour Locus H (PSMB7 gene): harlequin spots (H allele)

Dogs with this genotype does not carry the H allele associated with harlequin spot coat patterning.

T/T Dogs with this genotype does not carry the H allele associated with harlequin spot coat patterning.

Colour Locus K
ky/ky The dog is homozygous for ky allele.

Dogs with this genotype carry two copies of the ky allele. This allele represents the wild type allele on the K locus and it means, that dogs homozygoys for this allele can express other colours besides black colour. Dogs with this genotype will pass this allele to every pup of their offspring.

Colour Locus K (CBD103 gene)
-/- Dogs with this genotype carry two copies of the ky allele, the genetic variant associated with non-solid black coat colour.

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Re: MyDogDNA Pass (test results)

Post by Booma » Tue Mar 18, 2014 11:54 pm

Thanks :-)
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Re: MyDogDNA Pass (test results)

Post by Tana » Wed Mar 19, 2014 6:32 pm

No problem :)

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Re: MyDogDNA Pass (test results)

Post by HiTenshi16 » Sat Mar 22, 2014 12:35 am

Zelda (Tarheel Harlequin) MyDogDNA Pass: 8700 2321 4963 018
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Re: MyDogDNA Pass (test results)

Post by Tana » Sat Mar 22, 2014 9:39 pm

Tana (Quicksilver Pyrargyrite): 8700 2321 8956 018

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Re: MyDogDNA Pass (test results)

Post by Booma » Sun Mar 23, 2014 2:12 pm

Balto (blufawn glen Campbell at booma) : 870023218988375
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Re: MyDogDNA Pass (test results)

Post by Nino » Sun Mar 23, 2014 9:35 pm

we cannot use these numbers for anything can we?
Except for looking our own dogs up?

It's not like I can give you guys Skygges number and you can look her up or something like that?
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Re: MyDogDNA Pass (test results)

Post by HiTenshi16 » Mon Mar 24, 2014 12:25 am

Good point, even logged into MyDogDNA you can't look up other dogs.

Hopefully this link works, it is to our album that contains all of our dogs health testing results. Zelda is our only dog at this time tested by MyDogDNA
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set ... 332&type=3
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Re: MyDogDNA Pass (test results)

Post by Booma » Mon Mar 24, 2014 12:43 am

You can sign in differently with the dogs Number and a pin. Everyones pin is 0000at first (I think) and then you can change it, or not.
Baltos results are also on my breeder page in The photo album "health documents)" - you can get there by clicking on the booma tamaskan pic in my signature.
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Re: MyDogDNA Pass (test results)

Post by Wolfsbane » Mon Mar 24, 2014 11:16 am

Nino wrote:we cannot use these numbers for anything can we?
Except for looking our own dogs up?

It's not like I can give you guys Skygges number and you can look her up or something like that?
It should be possible... If I login with Balto his pass number and pin code (which is 0000 like Kylie said, unless the owner changes it) I can see his results. There shouldn't be any spaces in the pass number when you try to login.

Winter (Blustag Golden Boy):
Pass: 870023215887018
PIN: 0000

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Re: MyDogDNA Pass (test results)

Post by Nino » Mon Mar 24, 2014 5:56 pm

Skygge (German Shepherd Dog - working lines)
870023218850575
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Re: MyDogDNA Pass (test results)

Post by Wolfsbane » Wed Jun 11, 2014 1:26 pm

It is possible to set your dogs results on public now (so not necessary anymore to share it to everyone in private, yay!). They will show up in a list with other dogs that are also public, but this will only be visible to people who have a MyDogDNA account.

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Re: MyDogDNA Pass (test results)

Post by Czertice » Fri Jun 20, 2014 7:47 am

Its an interesting project, but for 130 EUR it would be nice to have the results of the two known genetically-testifiable disorders in Czechoslovakian and Saarloos Wolfdog and therefore could be in Tamaskans as well, wouldn't it? :) (dwarfism and DM)
Im sure German Shepherd also has more testable disorders than what they offer right now and Huskies maybe too?

I like the way they display the genetic relationships in a graph, if many dogs of the same breed were tested, then it might be easier to discern dogs with falsified pedigrees - recently mixed ancestry.
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Re: MyDogDNA Pass (test results)

Post by Nino » Mon Jul 28, 2014 1:55 pm

It's a work in progress, as with everything new :)
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Re: MyDogDNA Pass (test results)

Post by Lynwae » Tue Jan 13, 2015 9:30 am

Ayla (Blufawn Dolly Parton)
870023215862342
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