Research Update CHF 02624 MY2: Embracing Polygenicity of Common Complex Disease in Dogs: Genome-wide Association of Cruciate Ligament Rupture

We have met our recruitment trajectory for this study over the past six months. We will continue to work hard to recruit additional dogs over the coming months and genotype the remaining dogs needed for the study as long as the genotyping service remains open under the Covid-19 pandemic. Public engagement with the project continues to be good. Over the next 6 months, we will focus on genotyping the remaining dogs in the study for which we do not yet have SNP genotypes. We now expect that our final data set will include more than 1,000 Labrador Retriever dogs as promised under the award. We are extremely grateful for the outstanding engagement with this project by the community of Labrador Retriever owners and breeders that we work with.

Mid-Year-2 Research Update Dr. Muir for polygenicity of cruciate rupture.