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Researchers have sequenced the genome of a German shepherd called Nala.

The dog genome was first published in 2005, but the researchers led by the University of New South Wales' Bill Ballard say that by examining the genome of this particular dog breed, they could generate a more complete view of dog genetics as well as have a reference for future studies into conditions affecting German shepherds.

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