OMIA 000197-9913 : Cleft palate in Bos taurus

In other species: domestic cat , dog , horse , pig , rabbit , American mink , chicken , sheep

Possibly relevant human trait(s) and/or gene(s)s (MIM numbers): 106250 , 106260 , 114300 , 119300 , 119500 , 119530 , 119540 , 119550 , 119570 , 119580 , 120433 , 129400 , 129810 , 129830 , 129900 , 164220 , 179400 , 181180 , 201180 , 216100 , 216300 , 218090 , 225000 , 231060 , 241850 , 242840 , 244300 , 255995 , 258320 , 260150 , 261800 , 268300 , 277170 , 301815 , 303400 , 600331 , 600460

Mendelian trait/disorder: unknown

Considered a defect: yes

Cross-species summary: Congenital fissure (split) that involves the hard or soft palate (roof of the mouth). Also known as palatoschisis.

References


Note: the references are listed in reverse chronological order (from the most recent year to the earliest year), and alphabetically by first author within a year.
1997 Sreenu, M., Ramakrishna, O., Rao, T.S.C. :
Bilateral hare lip associated with cleft palate, displaced dental pad and microphthalmia in a heifer calf - a case report Indian Veterinary Journal 74:697, 1997.
1969 Leipold, H.W., Cates, W.F., Radostits, O.M., Howell, W.E. :
Spinal dysraphism, arthrogryposis and cleft palate in newborn Charolais calves Canadian Veterinary Journal 10:268-273, 1969.
1968 Lauvergne, J.J., Blin, P.C. :
Hereditary determinism of the cleft palate associatied with ankylosis of limbs in Charolais cattle Proceedings of the Twelfth International Conference of Genetics 1:277, 1968.
1964 Dieten, S.W.J. van :
[Is the damage caused by 'hereditary defects' in cattle known?] Veeteelt- en Zuivelberichten 7:190-193, 1964.

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