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Bio-Acquisition Research Collaboration (B.A.R.C.)


    UK: Bio-Acquisition Research Collaboration (BARC): A facility which helps bring researchers and clinicians together with regards to research projects, allowing more collaboration of ideas, information, and providing a platform to advertise requests for required samples.

    ukbarc.pngCurrent exchange requests are listed including researcher contact information: requests may include breed specific, multi-breed or all breed DNA samples, cheek swab samples, no samples required - online questionnaire only, etc.

     

     A searchable database containing detailed information for ongoing research for breeds/conditions.


    See the latest research projects:

    "If you are able to help by contributing samples, or have any queries about the research being undertaken, or would like more information, please contact the researchers directly."

     

    Below is just one sample of a research project covered on the Kennel Club's B.A.R.C. collaboration - this project focused on investigation of Brachycephalic respiratory function.

     

    See the Brachycephalic breed research ( "Non-invasive respiratory function assessment in brachycephalic dogs -- Aims to characterize respiratory function in brachycephalic dogs and to investigate the genetic and anatomical markers that are related to brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome. "

    Breeds to which this study applies are: 

     

    • Pugs
    • French Bulldogs
    • Bulldogs

    SEE:  BOAS Flyer

     

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    For further information also see: The Cambridge BOAS research group website:

     

              http://www.vet.cam.ac.uk/boas/help

     

     

     

     

     

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