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Dr Richard Mort helps unravel genetics of how animals’ coats get coloured patches

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References

TitlePiebald mystery solved: scientists discover how animals develop patches
Media name/outletThe Guardian
Date of coverage6/01/16
TitleHow cats got their two-tone fur: Piebald patches form when cells fail to develop in womb
Media name/outletDaily Mail
Date of coverage6/01/16
TitleHow the cat got its coat (and other furry tails)
Media name/outletThe Conversation
Date of coverage6/01/16
Title'Hitler cats' have their faulty genes to blame
Media name/outletThe Independent
Date of coverage7/11/15
TitleHow black and white cats get their patchy fur - and why it could help explain health defects
Media name/outletThe Daily Telegraph
Date of coverage7/01/16
TitlePiebald patches on cats are set in womb
Media name/outletThe Herald
Date of coverage7/01/16
TitleHow black and white cats could help prevent health defects
Media name/outletDaily Express
Date of coverage7/01/16
TitlePatches on cats are determined in womb
Media name/outletShropshire Star
Date of coverage7/01/16
TitleCats get patches when cells fail to develop in the womb
Media name/outletWestern Daily Press
Date of coverage7/11/15
TitleHoles in the heart not all black and white
Media name/outletThe Times
Date of coverage8/11/15
TitleUniversity of Edinburgh
Media name/outletTimes Higher Education Supplement
Date of coverage14/01/16
TitleDon't judge a cat by its colour
Media name/outletOwen Sound Sun Times
Date of coverage7/01/16
TitleCats' patches determined in womb
Media name/outletThe Cairns Post
Date of coverage7/01/16
TitleCats' patches determined in womb
Media name/outletThe Gold Coast Bulletin
Date of coverage7/01/16
TitleCats' black-and-white patches determined 'before the cradle'
Media name/outletIrish Independent
Date of coverage7/01/16
TitleCats: New research reveals genetic mechanism behind piebald patterns
Media name/outletHNGN
Date of coverage7/01/16
TitleHow two-toned cats get a piebald patch
Media name/outletScience 2.0
Date of coverage7/01/16
TitleThe science behind how cute 'tuxedo' cats get their patchy fur
Media name/outletHuffington Post
Date of coverage7/01/16
TitleScientists reveal why some cats look like Hitler
Media name/outletManager
Date of coverage9/01/16
TitleFurry Fuhrers' moustaches the result of a faulty gene
Media name/outletThe Independent on Saturday
Date of coverage9/01/16
TitleDon't judge a cat by its colour
Media name/outletWIndsor Star
Date of coverage9/01/16
TitleFaulty gene to blame for Hitler-look cats
Media name/outletSunday Tribune
Date of coverage10/01/16

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