Archive for July, 2010
Read an interesting article: “Huson was interested in studying the genetics behind performance in her beloved animals. For this study, Huson visited eight kennels—four that specialize in distance races like the Iditarod, and four that specialize in sprints, races of 5 to 50 kilometers that last only a few hours. All of them use Alaskan […]
Filed under: Healthy Dogs Research |
Genetic Study Uncovers Shared Breed Signature in Alaskan Sled Dogs July 22, 2010 Researchers from the National Human Genome Research Institute and the University of Alaska at Fairbanks used microsatellite analyses to explore the genetics of Alaskan sled dogs specialized for sprint or distance racing. Read more at this link.
Filed under: Healthy Dogs Research, Iditarod Information |