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or creating immunity. They then plan to map the DNA sequence to try and figure out whether any specific patterns are responsible for causing certain diseases. Dr Holloway said, “If we can determine the genetic elements responsible for autoimmunity we may be better able to study how to prevent or treat these illnesses. Then we can advise breeders to avoid breeding dogs with susceptibility to diseases of the immune system.”

He also said that the research would doubly benefit, as what ever is learnt in the study towards treatment of dogs could also be used on humans. Dr Holloway said. “In the long term as we try to develop drugs that will actually prevent people from picking up these diseases, we're going to need to have some sort of animal models, the fact that we have dogs that have these diseases means we'd be able to test these treatments with our canine patients.” He concluded by stating that it could be very highly probable that, some of the things that could be learnt from dogs might be attributed for preventing somebody's child from becoming a diabetic.
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