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Allele Frequency Distribution of the Canine Dopamine Receptor D4 Gene Exon III and I in 23 Breeds
Journal of Veterinary Medical Science
Various canine breeds are remarkably different from each other not only in their sizes and shapes but also in behavioral traits, suggesting that some of them are under genetic control. Although dopaminergic neurotransmission system is considered to affect animal behavior, little is known about related genes in canine. Relations between specific alleles in polymorphic regions of the dopamine receptor D4 gene (DRD4) and personality or psychiatric disorders have been reported in humans, and wedoi:10.1292/jvms.66.815 pmid:15297753 fatcat:sgwpseaqgngmlllwqcubcvrafi