Study identifies compulsive-disorder gene in dogs

01/19/2010 | NYTimes.com

Researchers have identified a gene shared by Doberman pinschers that suck on their flanks -- a behavior commonly exhibited by dogs with compulsive disorders. The finding could help provide a better understanding of obsessive-compulsive behavior in animals as well as in humans, one of the researchers said.

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