A new autosomal recessive gene is described in long-haired dachshunds which causes a faulty occlusion of the front teeth. It appears that the primary effect of the gene results in a shortening of the anterior parts of the mandible. The faulty occlusion thus produced apparently leads to a lengthening of the upper jaw.
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