OMIA 000472-9823 : Hind limb paralysis in Sus scrofa
In other species: domestic cat , golden hamster Mendelian trait/disorder: yes Considered a defect: yes Key variant known: no Cross-species summary: Paralysis of the hind limb Inheritance: Evidence for autosomal recessive inheritance of hind limb paralysis was presented by Berge (1941). In their major review of inherited disorders in pigs, Ollivier and Sellier (1982) cited a study by Ludvigsen et al. (1963) as providing evidence for autosomal recessive inheritance of hind limb paralysis associated with abnormal lumbar vertebrae. Because the Berge disorder did not involve vertebral abnormalities, it is possible that more than one locus can give rise to hind limb paralysis.
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.
|1963||Ludvigsen, J., Basse, A., Clausen, Hj., Jonsson, P. :|
|Congenital paralysis of hindquarter in pigs [Danish] :414-417, 1963.|
|1941||Berge, S. :|
|The inheritance of paralysed hind legs, scrotal hernia and atresia ani in pigs Journal of Heredity 32:271-274, 1941.|
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