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A Bulldog's Screw Tail Might Help Us Understand a Rare Genetic Disease in People

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A Bulldog's Screw Tail Might Help Us Understand a Rare Genetic Disease in People
One of the most distinctive body parts of your typical English bulldog, French bulldog, or Boston terrier—their coiled screw tail—might be caused by a specific genetic mutation, suggests recent research. And more importantly for us humans, that same genetic quirk might help scientists better understand a rare disorder in people.
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