This disease is caused by a keratin defect which leads to superficial, mild, plantar... more
This disease is caused by a mutation in the KRT10 gene. The keratin defect leads to superficial, mild, plantar epidermolytic hyperkeratosis with epidermal fragility. Affected dogs show clinical signs from birth through adulthood. In adults clinical lesions become hyperpigmented and remain static.
1-2 weeks after arrival of the sample in the lab