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Who all does EIC and CNM testing? I know the U of Minn does but who else? There has got to be more places that do it than them. I'm trying to get it done pretty quickly on two dogs but it seems the U of M takes a few weeks. Just wondering if their are other options. Thanks for any help.
 

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The U of MN VDL runs the EIC test on M and Th, and usually our turnaround time is about a week. You can call the lab on M or Th afternoon if it is urgent.

Katie Minor
University of Minnesota

http://www.vdl.umn.edu/ourservices/canineneuromuscular/home.html

Disclosure of financial interests: The genetic test for Exercise Induced Collapse (EIC) was developed through financial support from the AKC Canine Health Foundation. To date, proceeds from EIC testing at the University of Minnesota have returned more than $100,000 to the AKC Canine Health Foundation to further its mission to improve the health of all dogs. Drs. Mickelson, Patterson, and Taylor, and Ms. Minor are the patent owners of this genetic test, a portion of the proceeds go toward patent royalties.
 

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My dog came in heat today and I wasn't expecting it until mid-summer. If I can get blood drawn & sent to you tomorrow, could I have the results by next Wednesday, the 4th?
 

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My dog came in heat today and I wasn't expecting it until mid-summer. If I can get blood drawn & sent to you tomorrow, could I have the results by next Wednesday, the 4th?
That should be doable if you send a blood sample and overnight it. I don't recommend a cheek swab it you're in a time crunch.
 
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