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Reproduction, Fertility and Development Reproduction, Fertility and Development
Volume 18 Number 1 & 2 2006
Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the International Embryo Transfer Society, Orlando, FL, USA, 7-11 January 2006
Full Papers and Abstracts for Poster Presentation


IETS 2006 author index 


pp. 299-307

 


IETS 2006 abstracts 


pp. 109-298

 


Recipient of the 2006 IETS Pioneer Award: Duane Carl Kraemer, DVM, PhD 


pp. xxix-xxx

 


Dry storage of sperm: applications in primates and domestic animals 

Stuart A. Meyers

pp. 1-5

 


Spermatogonia: origin, physiology and prospects for conservation and manipulation of the male germ line 

Jens Ehmcke, Karin Hübner, Hans R. Schöler and Stefan Schlatt

pp. 7-12

 


Male germ cell transplantation in livestock 

J. R. Hill and I. Dobrinski

pp. 13-18

 


Sperm-mediated gene transfer 

Marialuisa Lavitrano, Marco Busnelli, Maria Grazia Cerrito, Roberto Giovannoni, Stefano Manzini and Alessia Vargiolu

pp. 19-23

 


Moving to the beat: a review of mammalian sperm motility regulation 

Regina M. Turner

pp. 25-38

 


Intracytoplasmic sperm injection in the bovine induces abnormal [Ca2+]i responses and oocyte activation 

Christopher Malcuit, Marc Maserati, Yoshiyuki Takahashi, Raymond Page and Rafael A. Fissore

pp. 39-51

 


Mammalian membrane block to polyspermy: new insights into how mammalian eggs prevent fertilisation by multiple sperm 

Allison J. Gardner and Janice P. Evans

pp. 53-61

 


Gamete imprinting: setting epigenetic patterns for the next generation 

Jacquetta M. Trasler

pp. 63-69

 


Placental function in development and disease 

James C. Cross

pp. 71-76

 


Applications of emerging technologies to the study and conservation of threatened and endangered species 

Budhan Pukazhenthi, Pierre Comizzoli, Alexander J. Travis and David E. Wildt

pp. 77-90

 


Equine cloning: applications and outcomes 

Dirk K. Vanderwall, Gordon L. Woods, Janet F. Roser, Donald H. Schlafer, Debra C. Sellon, David F. Tester and Kenneth L. White

pp. 91-98

 


Mammalian diversity: gametes, embryos and reproduction 

Richard R. Behringer, Guy S. Eakin and Marilyn B. Renfree

pp. 99-107

 


1 ABERRANT DNA METHYLATION IN PORCINE IN VITRO-, PARTHENOGENETIC-, AND NUCLEAR TRANSFER-PRODUCED BLASTOCYSTS 

A. Bonk, M. Samuel, L. Lai, Y. Hao, R. Li, Z. Liu, C. Murphy, E. Antoniou and R. Prather

pp. 109-109

 


2 IDENTIFICATION OF GENES INDUCED BY THE CONCEPTUS IN THE BOVINE ENDOMETRIUM DURING THE PRE-IMPLANTATION PERIOD  

C. Klein, S. Bauersachs, S. Ulbrich, H. Meyer, S. Schmidt, H. Reichenbach, M. Vermehren, H. Blum, F. Sinowatz and E. Wolf

pp. 109-110

 


3 NUCLEAR REPROGRAMMING OF PORCINE FIBROBLAST CELLS BY XENOPUS EGG EXTRACTS  

K. Miyamoto, Y. Nagao, N. Minami, M. Yamada, K. Ohsumi and H. Imai

pp. 110-110

 


4 GENE EXPRESSION IN CULTURES OF INNER CELL MASSES ISOLATED FROM IN VITRO-PRODUCED AND IN VIVO-DERIVED BOVINE BLASTOCYSTS  

D. Pant and C. Keefer

pp. 110-110

 


5 ASSESSMENT OF HSP70.1 TRANSCRIPTION LEVELS IN BOVINE EMBRYOS AFTER CUMULUS REMOVAL BY DIFFERENT TECHNIQUES  

A. Reeder, V. Schutzkus, J. Wiebelhaus-Finger, H. Khatib, R. L. Monson, M. B. Wheeler, D. Beebe and J. Rutledge

pp. 111-111

 


6 EXPRESSION PROFILING OF SINGLE BOVINE EMBRYOS REVEALS SIGNIFICANT EFFECTS OF IN VITRO MATURATION, FERTILIZATION AND CULTURE  

S. L. Smith, L.-Y. Sung, R. Page, B. Henderson, F. Du, R. E. Everts, T. Nedambale, S. Rodriguez-Zas, J.-P. Renard, H. A. Lewin, X. Yang and X. C. Tian

pp. 111-111

 


7 PLASMA PROGESTERONE CONCENTRATIONS IN OVARIECTOMIZED COWS WITH INTRAVAGINAL DEVICES CONTAINING DIFFERENT LEVELS OF PROGESTERONE 

M. Aviles, L. Cutaia, I. Videla Dorna, M. Aba and G. A. Bo

pp. 112-112

 


8 EFFECT OF DURATION OF TREATMENT WITH PROGESTERONE VAGINAL DEVICES ON PREGNANCY RATES IN CROSS-BRED ZEBU CATTLE ARTIFICIALLY INSEMINATED AT A FIXED TIME  

E. Balla, D. Pincinato, D. Maraña, L. C. Peres, L. F. K. Borges and G. A. Bó

pp. 112-113

 


9 USE OF SEXED SEMEN FOR ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION IN HOLSTEIN HEIFERS IN MEXICO: PRELIMINARY RESULTS  

A. Barba, Y. C. Ducolomb and S. Romo

pp. 113-113

 


10 PREGNANCY RATE IN DAIRY COWS CROSSBREED HOLSTEIN × CARORA, DURING TWO SEASONS OF THE YEAR UNDER TWO ESTRUS SYNCHRONIZATION PROGRAMS AND TROPICAL CONDITIONS IN VENEZUELA  

M. Cabezas, J. Cardenas, T. Diaz and A. A. Kowalski

pp. 113-114

 


11 EFFECTS OF CIDR-BASED PRESYNCHRONIZATION AND eCG ON FERTILITY FOR A GnRH-BASED TIMED-AI PROTOCOL IN BEEF CATTLE  

M. Colazo, J. Small, J. Kastelic, H. Davis, D. Ward, R. Wilde and R. Mapletoft

pp. 114-114

 


12 THE EFFECT OF PROGESTERONE CONTENT IN A VAGINAL INSERT ON PREGNANCY RATES IN BEEF AND DAIRY CATTLE INSEMINATED AT FIXED TIME 

L. Cutaia, M. Aviles, F. Feresin, A. Franzoni, L. Peres, D. Pincinato and G. A. Bo

pp. 114-115

 


13 EFFECTS OF PLASMA PROGESTERONE CONCENTRATIONS ON LH RELEASE AND OVULATION IN BEEF CATTLE GIVEN GnRH 

H. Davis, M. Colazo, M. Rutledge, J. Small, J. Kastelic and R. Mapletoft

pp. 115-115

 


14 SYNCHRONIZATION OF OVULATION IN ANESTROUS NELORE COWS TREATED WITH HORMONAL PROTOCOL WITHOUT PROGESTERONE OR PROGESTAGENS  

A. F. Souza, V. G. Pinheiro, R. L. Ereno and C. M. Barros

pp. 115-116

 


15 INCREASING ESTRUS DETECTION RATES WITHIN FOUR DAYS IN A PROSTAGLANDIN-BASED ESTRUS SYNCHRONIZATION PROGRAM IN BOS INDICUS BEEF (SISTANI) CATTLE 

M. D. Jalinous, A. Niasari-Naslaji, F. Sarhaddi and E. Naghzali

pp. 116-116

 


16 OVULATION AND PREGNANCY RATES IN POSTPARTUM BOS INDICUS COWS TREATED WITH PROGESTERONE VAGINAL DEVICES AND ESTRADIOL BENZOATE, WITH OR WITHOUT eCG AND TEMPORARY WEANING  

D. Maraña, L. Cutaia, L. Peres, D. Pincinato, L. F. K. Borges and G. A. Bo

pp. 116-117

 


17 FLOW CYTOMETRY ANALYSIS OF THE TURKEY SPERM GLYCOCALYX: EFFECTS OF NEURAMINIDASE TREATMENT  

J. Pelaez and J. Long

pp. 117-117

 


18 DO TEMPORARY CALF REMOVAL AND/OR EQUINE CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN ADMINISTRATION INCREASE PREGNANCY RATES IN LACTATING NELORE COWS TREATED WITH A PROGESTERONE-RELEASE INTRAVAGINAL DEVICE? 

V. G. Pinheiro, A. F. Souza, M. F. Pegorer, R. L. Ereno and C. M. Barros

pp. 117-118

 


19 PREGNANCY RATES IN DAIRY COWS TREATED WITH INTRAVAGINAL PROGESTERONE DEVICES AND DIFFERENT FIXED-TIME AI PROTOCOLS  

G. Veneranda, L. Filippi, D. Racca, G. Romero, E. Balla, L. Cutaia and G. A. Bo

pp. 118-118

 


20 PRODUCTION OF NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYOS FROM PORCINE FETAL FIBROBLAST CELLS CARRYING A TETRACYCLINE-INDUCIBLE TRANSGENE 

K. S. Ahn, M. Kwon, B. C. Koo, J. Y. Won, S. Y. Heo, T. Kim and H. Shim

pp. 118-119

 


21 EFFECT OF SEVERAL PARAMETERS ON PARTHENOGENETIC BOVINE EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT IN VITRO  

S. Arat, H. Bagis, A. Tas and T. Akkoc

pp. 119-119

 


22 EFFECT OF OOCYTE AGE ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF MOUSE PARTHENOGENETIC EMBRYOS AND EFFECT OF OXYGEN CONCENTRATION ON EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT IN VITRO  

H. Bagis, S. Arat, H. Odaman and A. Tas

pp. 119-120

 


23 NEONATAL PHYSIOLOGICAL STATUS OF CLONED AND CONTROL CALVES 

C. A. Batchelder, M. B. Whitcomb, M. Bertolini, J. B. Mason, S. G. Petkov, K. A. Hoffert, L. W. George and G. B. Anderson

pp. 120-120

 


24 GLOBAL TRANSCRIPT PROFILING OF CLONED BOVINE BLASTOCYSTS USING AFFYMETRIX GENECHIP TECHNOLOGY  

Z. Beyhan, P. Ross, A. Iager, A. Kocabas, K. Cunniff, M. Maserati, R. Page and J. Cibelli

pp. 120-121

 


25 MATERNAL-TO-EMBRYONIC TRANSITION FOLLOWING NUCLEAR TRANSFER OR PARTHENOGENETIC ACTIVATION  

T. Brevini, S. Antonini, F. Cillo, I. Lagutina, S. Colleoni, G. Lazzari, C. Galli and F. Gandolfi

pp. 121-121

 


26 EFFECTS OF SOMATIC CLONING ON THE IMMUNE RESPONSE IN YOUNG AND ADULT CATTLE  

P. Chavatte-Palmer, Y. Heyman and I. Schwartz

pp. 121-122

 


27 SODIUM CHLORIDE TREATMENT OF CELL MEMBRANE-PERMEABILIZED NUCLEAR DONOR CELLS FACILITATES THE DISPLACEMENT OF THE SOMATIC HISTONE H1 AND HMG-17 PROTEINS IN RECONSTRUCTED PORCINE EMBRYOS 

L. Che and V. Bordignon

pp. 122-122

 


28 EFFECT OF TREATMENT OF OVINE OOCYTES WITH CAFFEINE ON GENE EXPRESSION IN NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYOS 

I. Choi, J.-H. Lee and K. Campbell

pp. 122-123

 


29 BIRTH OF A FOAL CLONED BY ADULT SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER WITH ROSCOVITINE-TREATED DONOR CELLS  

Y. H. Choi, Y. G. Chung, D. D. Varner and K. Hinrichs

pp. 123-123

 


30 NUCLEAR AND MICROTUBULE DYNAMICS IN SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER SHEEP EMBRYOS ACTIVATED WITH T-DIMETHYLAMINOPURINE AND CYCLOHEXIMIDE  

G. Coppola, B.-G. Jeon, B. Alexander, E. St. John, D. H. Betts and W. A. King

pp. 123-124

 


31 FULL-TERM AND LIVE RABBIT CLONES PRODUCED BY SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER 

F. Du, J. Xu, S. Gao, L. Y. Sung, D. Stone, M. Joyner, J. Zhang, S. Chaubal, X. Tian, Y. E. Chen and X. Yang

pp. 124-124

 


32 CRYOPRESERVATION OF DONOR CELLS FOR NUCLEAR TRANSFER: EFFECT OF CELL FREEZING METHOD ON THE EFFICIENCY OF SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER IN PIGS  

J. Estrada, E. Lee and J. Piedrahita

pp. 125-125

 


33 USE OF ADULT MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS FOR CLONING PIGS  

R. Faast, L. F. S. Beebe, S. J. Harrison, S. M. McIlfatrick, R. J. Ashman and M. B. Nottle

pp. 125-125

 


34 DEVELOPMENTAL ABILITY OF ZONA-FREE PORCINE CLONED EMBRYOS RECONSTRUCTED BY SOMATIC CELLS AND CENTRIFUGED CYTOPLASTS  

M. Fahrudin, K. Kikuchi, N. W. K. Karja, M. Ozawa, T. Somfai, J. Noguchi, H. Kaneko and T. Nagai

pp. 125-126

 


35 IN VITRO BOVINE EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT AFTER NUCLEAR TRANSFER BY HANDMADE CLONING USING A MODIFIED WOW CULTURE SYSTEM  

C. Feltrin, F. Forell, L. dos Santos and J. L. Rodrigues

pp. 126-126

 


36 DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE OF HUMAN AGED OOCYTES AS HOST CELLS FOR NUCLEAR TRANSFER  

V. Hall, D. Compton, P. Stojkovic, M. Nesbitt, M. Herbert, A. Murdoch and M. Stojkovic

pp. 126-127

 


37 CELL CYCLE ANALYSIS IN IN VITRO-CULTURED ADULT SKIN FIBROBLASTS OF THE GORAL (NAEMORHEDUS CAUDATUS)  

M. A. Hashem, P. B. Dilip, S. K. Kang, B. C. Lee and W. S. Hwang

pp. 127-127

 


38 FULL TERM DEVELOPMENT IN A COW CARRYING A NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYO DERIVED FROM FIBROBLASTS AND OOCYTES OF ITS OWN CLONE 

Y. Heyman, D. Lebourhis, P. Chavatte-Palmer, C. Richard, J. P. Renard and X. Vignon

pp. 127-128

 


39 DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE OF RECONSTRUCTED EMBRYOS PRODUCED BY NUCLEAR TRANSFER BETWEEN CYNOMOLGUS MONKEY FIBROBLAST CELLS AND RABBIT OOCYTES  

Y. Hosoi, T. Yamochi, N. Kawata, M. Takenoshita, S. Ohta, K. Matsumoto, K. Saeki and A. Iritani

pp. 128-128

 


40 EFFECT OF CHEMICAL ACTIVATION ON DEVELOPMENT AND APOPTOSIS OF PREIMPLANTATION PORCINE EMBRYOS DERIVED FROM NUCLEAR TRANSFER  

G.-S. Im, J.-S. Seo, I.-S. Hwang, S.-W. Kim, H.-S. Park, D.-H. Kim, B.-C. Yang, I.-K. Kong and B.-S. Yang

pp. 129-129

 


41 STUDY ON THE ESTABLISHMENT OF SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER USING IN VIVO-MATURED OOCYTES IN DOGS  

G. Jang, M. Kim, H. J. Oh, F. Y. Heru, M. S. Hossein, H. J. Kim, J. J. Kim, S. H. Lee, S. K. Kang, B. C. Lee and W. S. Hwang

pp. 129-129

 


42 DEVELOPMENTAL POTENTIAL AND REPROGRAMMING EFFICIENCY OF BOVINE EMBRYOS CLONED WITH ADULT FIBROBLASTS TREATED BY A DEMETHYLATING AGENT, S-ADENOSYL-HOMOCYSTEINE  

B.-G. Jeon, S. D. Perrault, G.-J. Rho, D. H. Betts and W. A. King

pp. 130-130

 


43 PRODUCTION OF PORCINE EMBRYOS BY NUCLEAR TRANSFER OF BONE MARROW MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS  

H.-F. Jin, B. Mohana Kumar, J.-G. Kim, H.-J. Song, S. Balasubramanian, S.-Y. Choe and G.-J. Rho

pp. 130-130

 


44 IN VITRO AND IN VIVO SURVIVABILITY ON VITRIFIED EMBRYOS OBTAINED BY BOVINE SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER 

K. Kaneyama, S. Kobayashi, S. Matoba, Y. Hashiyada, K. Imai, M. Yonai and N. Saito

pp. 131-131

 


45 NUCLEAR LAMIN A/C EXPRESSION IN BOVINE PARTHENOTES AND NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYOS  

R. D. W. Kelly, R. Alberio and K. H. S. Campbell

pp. 131-132

 


46 ANTI-APOPTOTIC EFFECT OF INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR-1 AND ITS RECEPTOR ON DEVELOPMENT OF PORCINE PRE-IMPLANTATION EMBRYOS PRODUCED BY IN VITRO FERTILIZATION AND SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER  

S. Kim, S. H. Lee, J. H. Kim, Y. W. Jeong, O. J. Koo, S. Mi Park, E. G. Lee, A. Hashem, M. S. Hossein, B. C. Lee, S. K. Kang and W. S. Hwang

pp. 132-132

 


47 BLASTOCYST DEVELOPMENT RATE OF CLONED BOVINE EMBRYOS USING SERIAL NUCLEAR TRANSFER OF CELLS CONTAINING AN X-AUTOSOME-TRANSLOCATED CHROMOSOME t(Xp+;23q-)  

W. A. King, B.-G. Jeon and D. H. Betts

pp. 132-132

 


48 MORPHOLOGICAL ANOMALIES OF FETAL MEMBRANES DURING GESTATION IN BOVINE CLONES DERIVED BY SOMATIC NUCLEAR TRANSFER  

H. R. Kohan-ghadr, R. Lefebvre, G. Fecteau, L. C. Smith and J. Durocher

pp. 133-133

 


49 INTRA-GENUS CLONED EMBRYOS PRODUCTION AND PREGNANCIES DERIVED FROM LEOPARD CAT NUCLEI AND DOMESTIC CAT ENUCLEATED EGGS  

I. K. Kong, H. S. Lee, N. H. Kim, L. H. Kim, H. D. Shin and X. J. Yin

pp. 133-133

 


50 PRODUCTION OF THIRD-GENERATION CLONES OF A PIG BY SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER 

M. Kurome, R. Tomii, S. Ueno, K. Hiruma, H. Saito, K. Nakamura, K. Okumura, S. Matsumoto, M. Matsumoto, Y. Kaji, F. Endo and H. Nagashima

pp. 133-134

 


51 AGGREGATION REDUCES THE VARIATION OF GENE EXPRESSION LEVELS IN BOVINE CLONES  

S. Kurosaka, N. A. Leu and K. J. McLaughlin

pp. 134-134

 


52 PRELIMINARY DATA ON PIG-BOVINE INTERSPECIES NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT  

I. Lagutina, D. Brunetti, G. Lazzari and C. Galli

pp. 134-135

 


53 EVALUATION OF NUCLEAR REPROGRAMMING IN CLONED MINIATURE PIG EMBRYOS USING GENES OF Oct-4 FAMILY  

E. Lee, S. H. Lee, S. Kim, Y. W. Jeong, J. H. Kim, O. J. Koo, A. Hashem, S. M. Park, M. S. H. Hossein, H. Y. S. Son, Ch.-K. Lee, S. K. Kang, B. C. Lee and W. S. Hwang

pp. 135-135

 


54 ESTABLISHMENT OF PREGNANCY BY OVINE NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYOS RECONSTRUCTED USING CAFFEINE-TREATED IN VITRO-MATURED OOCYTES AS CYTOPLAST RECIPIENTS 

J.-H. Lee, M. Marfil, M. Panarace, M. Medina and K. H. S. Campbell

pp. 135-136

 


55 INFLUENCE OF DONOR CELL TYPE ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF PORCINE NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYOS  

K. Lee, W. L. Fodor and Z. Machaty

pp. 136-136

 


56 PRODUCTION OF TRANSGENIC RECLONED MINIATURE PIGS EXPRESSING HUMAN DECAY ACCELERATING FACTOR  

S. H. Lee, Y. W. Jeong, H. Y. Jeon, S. Kim, J. H. Kim, O. J. Koo, E. G. Lee, S. M. Park, M. D. A. Hashem, M. S. Hossein, S. K. Kang, B. C. Lee and W. S. Hwang

pp. 136-137

 


57 DEFECTIVE PLACENTAL VASCULARIZATION AND TROPHISMS IN FULL TERM SOMATIC CELL SHEEP CLONES 

P. Loi, K. Matsukawa, C. Palmieri, L. Della Salda and G. Ptak

pp. 137-137

 


58 EFFICIENCY OF OVUM PICKUP AND EMBRYO PRODUCTION IN VITRO IN CLONED CATTLE 

A. Lucas-Hahn, E. Lemme, K.-G. Hadeler, H.-G. Sander and H. Niemann

pp. 137-137

 


59 BOVINE OOCYTE RECONSTRUCTION FOLLOWING CRYOPRESERVATION AND GERMINAL VESICLE TRANSPLANTATION  

A. M. Luciano, F. Franciosi, F. PerazzouI, C. Galbusera, M. S. Beretta, V. Lodde and S. Modina

pp. 138-138

 


60 EFFECTS OF CAFFEINE ON THE IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT OF BOVINE NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYOS  

W. E. Maalouf, J. H. Lee and K. H. S. Campbell

pp. 138-138

 


61 GENERATING A HERD OF TRANSGENIC DAIRY GOATS BY SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER 

D. Melican, N. Hawkins and W. Gavin

pp. 139-139

 


62 REPROGRAMMING EVENTS AND DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE OF RHESUS MONKEY EMBRYOS PRODUCED BY SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER 

S. Mitalipov, Q. Zhou, J. Byrne, W.-Z. Ji and D. Wolf

pp. 139-139

 


63 IMPROVEMENT OF SEMEN-DERIVED EPITHELIAL CELL PROLIFERATION BY FIBROBLAST CO-CULTURE  

L. Nel-Themaat, M. C. Gómez, G. Wirtu, A. Cole, K. R. Bondioli, B. L. Dresser, C. E. Pope and R. A. Godke

pp. 140-140

 


64 X-LINKED GENE EXPRESSION IN BOVINE (BOS TAURUS) MALE AND FEMALE IN VITRO- FERTILIZED AND SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER-DERIVED BLASTOCYSTS 

M. Nino-Soto, G. Mastromonaco, P. Blondin and W. A. King

pp. 140-140

 


65 ASSESSMENT OF LIVE OFFSPRING SIRED BY A SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER BULL, STARBUCK II  

H. Ortegon, L. Lin, G. Coppola, S. Perrault, T. Kroetsch, D. H. Betts, W. A. King, D. Bousquet and P. Blondin

pp. 141-141

 


66 HISTIOTROPHIC NUTRITION AND IRON TRANSFER ACROSS THE MATERNO-FETAL INTERFACE IN NUCLEAR TRANSFER-DERIVED SOMATIC CATTLE CLONES 

F. Pereira, F. Meirelles, F. Braga, J. Visintin, R. Rumpf, J. Garcia, J. R. Kfoury Júnior, L. Oliveira, J. Monteiro, P. Papa, A. F. Carvalho, A. Neto, C. E. Ambrósio, F. Bazer and M. A. Miglino

pp. 141-141

 


67 GENERATION OF PIGS TRANSGENIC FOR hCD59/DAF AND HUMAN THROMBOMODULIN BY SOMATIC NUCLEAR TRANSFER 

B. Petersen, W. Kues, A. Lucas-Hahn, A.-L. Queisser, E. Lemme, M. Hoelker, J. W. Carnwath and H. Niemann

pp. 142-142

 


68 GENE EXPRESSION COMPARISONS BETWEEN BOVINE IN VIVO AND CLONED EMBRYOS PRODUCED BY THREE DIFFERENT METHODS 

N. Ruddock, K. Wilson, M. Cooney, R. Tecirlioglu, V. Hall, A. French and M. Holland

pp. 142-142

 


69 RELATION OF SPATIAL GENE EXPRESSION PATTERNS IN BOVINE EMBRYOS RECONSTRUCTED WITH SOMATIC CELLS TO BLASTOCYST DEVELOPMENT  

K. Saeki, T. Tamari, A. Kasamatsu, D. Iwamoto, S. Kameyama, A. Tatemizo, T. Mitani, H. Kato, Y. Hosoi, K. Matsumoto, S. Taniguchi, A. Ideta, M. Urakawa, Y. Aoyagi and A. Iritani

pp. 142-143

 


70 NON-PLATED GRANULOSA AND CUMULUS CELLS AND FIRST PASSAGE FIBROBLASTS AS NUCLEUS DONOR FOR GOAT CLONING 

D. Salamone, M. Catala, A. Gibbons, F. Pereyra Bonnet and M. Cueto

pp. 143-143

 


71 WHAT IS THE UTERINE RESPONSE IN A CLONED BOVINE PREGNANCY?  

T. C. Santos, F. T. V. Pereira, A. C. Assis Neto, C. E. Ambrósio, F. V. Meirelles, J. M. Garcia, D. A. Maria, A. F. Carvalho and M. A. Miglino

pp. 144-144

 


72 HISTONE METHYLATION AND GENE EXPRESSION PATTERNS IN PRE-IMPLANTATION EMBRYOS DERIVED FROM INTRA- AND INTER-SPECIES NUCLEAR TRANSFER  

W. Shi, F. Yang, E. Wolf and V. Zakharchenko

pp. 144-144

 


73 PROTEOMIC ANALYSIS OF THE MAJOR CELLULAR PROTEINS OF BOVINE TROPHECTODERM CELL LINES DERIVED FROM IVP, PARTHENOGENETIC, AND NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYOS: REDUCED EXPRESSION OF ANNEXIN I IN NUCLEAR TRANSFER-DERIVED CELL LINES 

N. Talbot, A. Powell, T. Caperna and W. Garrett

pp. 145-145

 


74 EXAMINATION OF ABNORMAL CELL DIVISION AND CHROMOSOME ABERRATION IN PIG PARTHENOTES AND CLONED EMBRYOS  

S. J. Uhm, M. S. Kim, M. K. Gupta, H. Y. Lee, S. J. Park, C. K. Park, H. M. Chung, Y. B. Kim, K. S. Chung and H. T. Lee

pp. 145-145

 


75 DEVELOPMENT OF BOVINE SCNT EMBRYOS RECONSTRUCTED USING RECIPIENT OOCYTES AND EGFP-TRANSFECTED CELLS THAT WERE CULTURED WITH VITAMIN C OR E 

P. Wongsrikeao, T. Otoi, B. Agung, R. Shimitzu, H. Naoi, M. Taniguchi, S. Sutou and T. Nagai

pp. 145-146

 


76 SCREENING Oct-4 PROMOTER ACTIVITY IN BOVINE FIRST AND SECOND ROUND SCNT EMBRYOS USING AN EGFP REPORTER CONSTRUCT  

A. Wuensch, F. A. Habermann, R. Klose, V. Zakhartchenko, F. Yang, H. Wenigerkind, F. Sinowatz and E. Wolf

pp. 146-146

 


77 PRODUCTION OF BAN MINIPIG EMBRYO BY SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER  

B. Xuan Nguyen, N. Thi Uoc, Ta. Nagai, N. Viet Linh, Q. Xuan Huu, N. Van Hanh, N. Trung Thanh, N. Huu Duc and B. Linh Chi

pp. 147-147

 


78 EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT ACTIVATION PROTOCOLS ON ACTIN FILAMENT DISTRIBUTION AND IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT OF MINIATURE PIG NT EMBRYOS  

K. Yamanaka, S. Sugimura, T. Wakai, T. Shoji, H. Sasada and E. Sato

pp. 147-147

 


79 THE AMOUNT OF TELOMERIC DNA IN CLONED CATTLE AND THEIR CALVES IS LESS THAN THAT OF AGE MATCHED CATTLE 

B. C. Yang, G. S. Im, Y. H. Kim, J. W. Choi, Y. S. Park, H. W. Hwang, S. C. Joo, D. H. Kim, Y. G. Ko, breakH. H. Seong, E. J. Cho, S. H. Sohn and B. S. Yang

pp. 148-148

 


80 EFFECT OF DNA METHYLATION ON SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT IN RHESUS MONKEY 

J. F. Yang, S. H. Yang, Y. Y. Niu, Q. Zhou and W. Z. Ji

pp. 148-148

 


81 COMPARISON OF DEVELOPMENTAL ABILITY AMONG CLONED EMBRYOS WITH VARIOUS INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT CYTOPLASMS IN BOVINE 

J. G. Zhao, X. Y. Yang, H. F. Liu, H. Li, S. Z. Huang and Y. T. Zeng

pp. 148-149

 


82 IN VITRO SURVIVAL OF PORCINE BLASTOCYSTS VITRIFIED USING THE CRYOLOGIC VITRIFICATION METHOD  

L. Beebe, S. McIlfatrick, R. Ashman and M. Nottle

pp. 149-149

 


83 VITRIFICATION OF IMMATURE AND IN VITRO-MATURED HORSE OOCYTES 

L. Bogliolo, F. Ariu, I. Rosati, M. T. Zedda, S. Pau, S. Naitana, G. Leoni, M. Kuwayama and S. Ledda

pp. 149-150

 


84 EVALUATION OF BULL SEMEN AT 1 H VS. 48 H OF POST-FROZEN STABILIZATION TIME 

G. M. Brogliatti, G. Larraburu, R. Cavia and M. E. Carini

pp. 150-150

 


85 VITRIFICATION IN VIVO OF LARGE EQUINE EMBRYOS AFTER VITRIFICATION OR CULTURE 

L. F. Campos-Chillon, T. J. Cox, G. E. Seidel Jr and E. M. Carnevale

pp. 151-151

 


86 MOTILITY AND VIABILITY OF BULL SEMEN DURING 24 HOURS OF STORAGE AT 4°C 

M. E. Carini, R. Cavia, G. Larraburu and G. M. Brogliatti

pp. 151-151

 


87 THE EFFECT OF LOW TEMPERATURE ON THE DETECTABILITY/VISUALIZATION OF THE MEIOTIC SPINDLE IN MII MOUSE OOCYTES  

S. Cseh, K. Kanyo, J. Konc, L. Solti, E. Varga and R. Kriston

pp. 152-152

 


88 IS STEREOMICROSCOPY AN EFFICIENT METHOD FOR EVALUATING THE VITRIFIED PORCINE EMBRYO QUALITY?  

C. Cuello, F. Berthelot, B. Delaleu, C. Almiñana, J. M. Vázquez, J. Roca, L. M. Pastor, E. A. Martínez and F. Martinat Botté

pp. 152-152

 


89 OPEN PULLED STRAW VITRIFICATION FOR IN VITRO-PRODUCED BUFFALO (BUBALUS BUBALIS) EMBRYOS  

A. De Rosa, R. Di Palo, L. Attanasio, E. Monaco, G. Campanile and B. Gasparrini

pp. 153-153

 


90 SUCCESSFUL VITRIFICATION OF PARTHENOGENETIC PORCINE BLASTOCYSTS PRODUCED FROM DELIPATED IN VITRO-MATURED OOCYTES  

Y. Du, P. M. Kragh, X. Zhang, H. Yang, G. Vajta and L. Bolund

pp. 153-153

 


91 PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF SURGICAL EQUINE EMBRYO TRANSFER AFTER OPEN PULLED STRAW VITRIFICATION 

G. Duchamp, F. Guignot, J. Grizelj, M. Vidament and P. Mermillod

pp. 154-154

 


92 EVALUATION OF BOAR SPERM FUNCTIONALITY AFTER A CUSHIONED CENTRIFUGATION TECHNIQUE  

J. Gadea, S. Martínez-Miró, G. Decuadro-Hansen and C. Matás

pp. 154-154

 


93 CALCIUM REMOVAL INCREASES THE PROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF β-CYCLODEXTRIN PLUS CHOLESTEROL ON PORCINE SPERM DURING COLD SHOCK 

H. Galantino-Homer, W. Zeng, S. Megee, M. Modelski and I. Dobrinski

pp. 155-155

 


94 ADDITION OF REDUCED GLUTATHIONE TO THAWING MEDIUM IMPROVED THE SPERM MOTILITY AND REDUCED ROS GENERATION IN FROZEN OVINE AND CAPRINE SPERMATOZOA  

J. C. Gardón, J. A. Rodriquez and J. Gadea

pp. 155-155

 


95 EFFECT OF CRYOPROTECTANT ADDITION AND REMOVAL AT 4°C ON MOTILITY AND PLASMA MEMBRANE INTEGRITY OF BOVINE CAUDAL EPDIDYMAL SPERMATOZOA 

C. Guerrero, S. Leibo, D. Paccamonti, B. Eilts, K. Bondioli and R. Godke

pp. 156-156

 


96 VITRIFICATION OF PORCINE OOCYTES — A NEW APPROACH TO GAMETE CRYOPRESERVATION  

M. K. Gupta, H. Y. Lee, S. J. Uhm and H. T. Lee

pp. 156-156

 


97 DIFFERENCES IN SPERM CHROMATIN STRUCTURE AMONG GOOD AND BAD BOAR SPERM FREEZERS  

M. Hernández, J. Roca, J. Ballester, J. M. Vázquez, E. A. Martínez, A. Johannisson, F. Saravia and H. Rodríguez-Martínez

pp. 157-157

 


98 SUCCESSFUL PREGNANCIES FOLLOWING TRANSFER OF VITRIFIED PORCINE EMBRYOS DERIVED FROM IN VITRO-MATURED OOCYTES  

K. Hiruma, H. Ueda, H. Saito, C. Tanaka, N. Maeda, M. Kurome, R. Tomii, S. Ueno and H. Nagashima

pp. 157-157

 


99 EFFECT OF CYSTEAMINE ON SURVIVAL OF BOVINE AND OVINE OOCYTES VITRIFIED USING THE MINIMUM VOLUME COOLING (MVC) CRYOTOP METHOD 

J. Kelly, D. Kleemann, M. Kuwayama and S. Walker

pp. 158-158

 


100 TIMING OF BLASTOCOELIC CAVITY RE-EXPANSION REPRESENTS A QUALITY INDEX OF IN VITRO PRODUCED OVINE BLASTOCYSTS 

G. G. Leoni, F. Berlinguer, S. Succu, F. Mossa, M. Galioto, D. Bebbere and S. Naitana

pp. 158-158

 


101 CRYOPRESERVATION OF PORCINE EMBRYOS DERIVED FROM SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER 

R. Li, L. Lai, D. Wax, Y. Hao, Z. Zhong, C. N. Murphy, A. Rieke and R. S. Prather

pp. 159-159

 


102 DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE OF BUFFALO (BUBALUS BUBALIS) OOCYTES VITRIFIED AT DIFFERENT STAGES OF MATURATION IN VITRO  

K. Loganathasamy, R. Rajhans, G. SaiKumar and G. T. Sharma

pp. 159-159

 


103 GENE EXPRESSION PROFILES OF VITRIFIED MOUSE EMBRYOS DETECTED BY MICROARRAYS 

S. Mamo, Sz. Bodo, Z. Polgar and A. Dinnyes

pp. 160-160

 


104 COMPARING DIFFERENT LEVELS OF OSMOLALITY OF SUCROSE EXTENDER ON THE VIABILITY OF SPERMATOZOA IN BACTRIAN CAMEL (CAMELUS BACTRIANUS) 

S. Mosaferi, A. Niasari-Naslaji, N. Bahmani, A. A. Gharahdaghi, A. Abarghani, A. Ghanbari and A. Gerami

pp. 160-160

 


105 COMPARISON BETWEEN TWO EXTENDERS FOR CRYOPRESERVATION OF BACTRIAN CAMEL SEMEN 

A. Niasari-Naslaji, S. Mosaferi, A. A. Gharahdaghi, A. Abarghani, A. Ghanbari, A. Gerami and N. Bahmani

pp. 161-161

 


106 EFFECT OF GLYCEROL AND ETHYLENE GLYCOL ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF IN VITRO BOVINE EMBRYOS 

A. C. Nicacio, R. Simões, M. A. Peres, J. S. A. Gonçalves, M. E. O. D'Ávila Assumpção and J. A. Visintin

pp. 161-161

 


107 COMPARISON OF PRIMATE SPERM CRYOPRESERVATION PROTOCOLS: POST-THAW SPERM RECOVERY AND HYPERACTIVATION IN CULTURE 

S. Nichols and B. Bavister

pp. 161-162

 


108 NEGLIGIBLE LEVEL OF DNA DAMAGE IN BOVINE OOCYTES VITRIFIED USING MINIMUM VOLUME METHODS 

K. Papis, E. Stachowiak, M. Kruszewski, T. Iwanenko and T. Bartlomiejczyk

pp. 162-162

 


109 HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE INDUCED INCREASE IN POST-THAW MOTILITY OF FROZEN BOAR SPERMATOZOA 

C. Pribenszky, M. Molnar, A. Horvath, A. Harnos and O. Szenci

pp. 162-163

 


110 VITRIFICATION DEVICES AFFECT DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE AND BIOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF IVM OVINE OOCYTES  

S. Succu, G. G. Leoni, F. Berlinguer, F. Mossa, M. Galioto and S. Naitana

pp. 163-163

 


111 ESTIMATION OF SPERM QUALITY IN FRESH AND FROZEN–THAWED SEMEN FROM ASTURIANA DE LOS VALLES BULLS 

C. Tamargo, M. Carbajo, C. Diez, D. Martin and C. O. Hidalgo

pp. 163-164

 


112 LLAMA LAMA GLAMA PREGNANCIES FROM VITRIFIED/WARMED BLASTOCYSTS USING A NOVEL COAXIAL CRYOPROTECTANT MICROINJECTION SYSTEM 

P. Taylor, S. Taylor, M. Sansinena and R. Godke

pp. 164-164

 


113 EFFECT OF SPERM COATING ON THE QUALITY OF BOVINE FROZEN–THAWED SPERMATOZOA 

M. Thys, A. Van Soom, J. Dewulf, T. Rijsselaere and A. de Kruif

pp. 164-165

 


114 VITRIFICATION OF BOVINE EMBRYOS IN MEDIUM WITH POLYVINYL ALCOHOL REPLACING BSA 

D. J. Walker and G. E. Seidel Jr

pp. 165-165

 


115 SPERM CRYOPRESERVATION IN TRAGELAPHINE ANTELOPES 

G. Wirtu, C. E. Pope, A. Cole, R. A. Godke, D. L. Paccamonti and B. L. Dresser

pp. 166-166

 


116 EFFECTS OF l-GLUTAMINE ON CRYOPRESERVATION OF IMMATURE BOVINE OOCYTES 

C. Yamada, M. D. Goissis, H. V. A. Caetano, A. R. S. Coutinho, M. E. O. A. Assumpção and J. A. Visintin

pp. 167-168

 


117 VITRIFICATION OF CHAROLAIS AND HOLSTEIN BLASTOCYSTS USING LN SLUSH 

S. Yavin, D. Ditesheim, Y. Zeron and A. Arav

pp. 167-167

 


118 EXPRESSION PROFILES OF CIRCADIAN CLOCK GENES IN MOUSE OOCYTES AND PRE-IMPLANTATION EMBRYOS  

T. Amano, A. Matsushita, R. Kakegawa, K. Matsumoto, K. Saeki, Y. Hosoi and A. Iritani

pp. 167-168

 


119 EARLY BOVINE GESTATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: MANIPULATED (IVF) AND NOT MANIPULATED IN LABORATORY 

A. C. Assis Neto, F. T. Verechia, C. E. Ambrosio, M. L. V. Alberto, F. V. Meirelles, J. M. Garcia, J. M. Santos and M. A. Miglino

pp. 168-168

 


120 EMBRYO SURVIVAL FOLLOWING LIPID-BASED TRANSFECTION OF 1-CELL STAGE BOVINE EMBRYOS WITH SMALL INTERFERING RNA (siRNA) FRAGMENTS AND/OR DNA 

M. Bertolini, L. R. Bertolini, S. G. Petkov, K. R. Madden, J. D. Murray and G. B. Anderson

pp. 168-169

 


121 DEMETHYLATION OF MAMMALIAN SOMATIC DNA BY XENOPUS EGG AND OOCYTE EXTRACTS  

Y. Bian, R. Alberio, A. Johnson and K. Campbell

pp. 169-170

 


122 UNIQUE EXPRESSION PATTERNS OF DIFFERENTIATION, GROWTH, AND CELL STRUCTURE FACTORS IN THE ELONGATING PORCINE CONCEPTUS 

L. A. Blomberg, J. R. Miles and K. A. Zuelke

pp. 170-170

 


123 HISTONE H3 MODIFICATIONS IN PIG OOCYTES DURING GROWTH, MATURATION, AND ACTIVATION  

H.-T. Bui, V. T. Nguyen, T. Wakayama and T. Miyano

pp. 170-170

 


124 KNOCKING-IN OF A FOREIGN GENE ON A BOVINE BETA-CASEIN GENE INTO BOVINE PRIMARY FIBROBLASTS USING HOMOLOGOUS RECOMBINATION EVENTS 

M. Chang, K.-B. Oh, J.-S. Park, D.-B. Koo, S.-T. Shin, K.-K. Lee and Y.-M. Han

pp. 171-171

 


125 ISOLATION OF MULTILINEAGE STEM CELLS FROM THE PORCINE MAMMARY FAT PAD 

T. Davidson, S. Lane, C. Ferguson, M. Wheeler and W. Hurley

pp. 171-171

 


126 NUCLEAR TRANSLOCATION OF NUCLEAR FACTOR KAPPA B AND ITS ROLE IN MOUSE PRE-IMPLANTATION DEVELOPMENT 

Y. Fumiiwa, H. Imai and M. Yamada

pp. 172-172

 


127 BINDING RETINOID RECEPTORS BY SPECIFIC AGONISTS AFFECTS THE BOVINE BLASTOCYST DEVELOPMENT IN VITRO  

E. Gómez, A. Rodríguez, C. Alonso-Montes, N. Caamaño, L. J. Royo, F. Goyache, N. Facal, S. Ikeda, I. Álvarez and C. Díez

pp. 172-172

 


128 MITOCHONDRIAL DNA DELETIONS IN RHESUS MACAQUE OOCYTES, EMBRYOS, AND ADULT AND EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS 

T. Gibson, T. Quebedeaux, S. Rajasekaran and C. Brenner

pp. 173-173

 


129 INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR-I PROMOTES BLASTOCYST DEVELOPMENT OF HEAT-SHOCKED BOVINE EMBRYOS INDEPENDENT OF ITS ANTI-APOPTOTIC EFFECTS REQUIRING P13K SIGNALING  

F. D. Jousan and P. J. Hansen

pp. 173-173

 


130 ANTI-APOPTOTIC pTEGT SHOWS A DIFFERENTIAL mRNA TRANSCRIPT LEVEL DURING IN VITRO MATURATION AND EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF PORCINE IVP EMBRYO 

J.-Y. Kim, J.-H. Kim, H.-Y. Choi, B.-W. Kim, S. J. Uhm, H. T. Lee and S.-G. Cho

pp. 173-174

 


131 DYNAMICS OF HISTONE H3 METHYLATION AT POSITIONS K4 AND K9 IN MOUSE, RABBIT, AND BOVINE PRE-IMPLANTATION EMBRYOS 

K. Lepikhov, F. Yang, C. Wrenzycki, V. Zakhartchenko, H. Niemann, E. Wolf and J. Walter

pp. 174-174

 


132 DIFFERENCES IN RESPIRATION RATES BETWEEN IN VIVO- AND IN VITRO-PRODUCED BOVINE EMBRYOS 

A. S. Lopes, S. E. Madsen, N. B. Ramsing, L. H. Larsen, T. Greve and H. Callesen

pp. 174-175

 


133 ROLE OF CASPASE-9 AND STAGE OF DEVELOPMENT IN INDUCTION OF APOPTOSIS BY HEAT SHOCK AND TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR-α IN BOVINE PRE-IMPLANTATION EMBRYOS 

B. Loureiro, A. M. Brad and P. J. Hansen

pp. 175-175

 


134 BRAHMA-RELATED-PROTEIN 1 OVEREXPRESSION IN PARTHENOGENETIC PORCINE EMBRYOS 

L. Magnani and R. Cabot

pp. 175-176

 


135 THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT TREATMENTS OF PORCINE EJACULATED AND EPIDIDYMAL SPERMATOZOA ON ROS GENERATION  

C. Matás, M. Sansegundo, S. Ruiz and J. Gadea

pp. 176-176

 


136 FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF RHOPHILIN-2 GENE IN PRE-IMPLANTATION MOUSE EMBRYO  

T. Matsuoka, Y. Sono, K. Matsumoto, T. Amano, S. Mizuno, Y. Hosoi, K. Saeki and A. Iritani

pp. 176-177

 


137 IRON TRANSFER ACROSS THE LLAMA PLACENTA (LAMA GUANICOE GLAMA) 

M. A. Miglino, D. Iturrizaga, A. C. Morini, F. T. Verechia, J. R.o Kfoury Jr, J. M. Monteiro and F. W. Bazer

pp. 177-177

 


138 IN VITRO CULTURE OF CD9-EXPRESSING CELLS ENRICHED BY MAGNETIC CELL SORTING FROM TESTES OF CRYPTORCHID ADULT AND PUP IN MICE 

T. Mitani, Y. Tanaka, Y. Ozaki, K. Saeki, K. Kato, K. Matsumoto, Y. Hosoi and A. Iritani

pp. 177-178

 


139 INJECTION OF SOMATIC CELL CYTOPLASM INTO OOCYTES BEFORE ICSI IMPAIRED FULL-TERM DEVELOPMENT AND INCREASED PLACENTA WEIGHT IN MICE 

V. T. Nguyen, S. Wakayama, S. Kishigami, H. Ohta, T. Hikichi, E. Mizutani, H.-T. Bui and T. Wakayama

pp. 178-178

 


140 IMMUNOLOCALIZATION OF INDOLEAMINE 2,3-DIOXYGENASE IN PLACENTA FROM BOVINE CLONED CONCEPTUS PREGNANCY 

L. J. Oliveira, J. M. Monteiro, S. C. Oloris, M. R. Rodrigues, S. S. Okada, F. V. T. Verechia, F. V. Meirelles, J. A. Visintin, A. Campa and J. R. Kfoury Jr

pp. 178-179

 


141 EXPRESSION OF GENE PRODUCTS ENCODING CNN PROTEINS DURING THE FIRST WEEK OF DEVELOPMENT  

A. Pin and A. Watson

pp. 179-179

 


142 INTRACELLULAR CALCIUM UPTAKE AS A RESPONSE TO DIFFERENT CAPACITATION TREATMENTS IN EJACULATE AND EPIDIDYMAL BOAR SPERMATOZOA  

M. Sansegundo, S. Ruiz, A. Gonzalez, N. T. Atucha and C. Matás

pp. 179-179

 


143 PRESENCE OF PROSTAGLANDIN F RECEPTOR IN IN VITRO-DERIVED MORULA AND BLASTOCYST STAGE BOVINE EMBRYOS  

F. N. Scenna, J. L. Edwards, G. M. Pighetti and F. N. Schrick

pp. 180-180

 


144 EPIGENETIC ASYMMETRY IN HISTONE H3 LYSINE 9 DIMETHYLATION STATUS IN PRONUCLEAR STAGE PORCINE EMBRYOS  

M. Sega and R. Cabot

pp. 180-180

 


145 STAGE-SPECIFIC EFFECT OF OXIDATIVE STRESS ON DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE, ROS GENERATION AND DNA DAMAGE OF PORCINE PARTHENOGENETIC EMBRYOS  

M. Takahashi, M. Sakatani, S. Kobayashi, S. Kobayashi and H. Nagashima

pp. 180-181

 


146 EFFECT OF MATERNAL AGE AND PARITY ON THE PRESENCE AND DISTRIBUTION OF CADHERIN-E IN HAMSTER EMBRYOS DURING PRE-IMPLANTATION DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSPORT 

A. Trejo, C. Navarro-Maldonado, F. Jimenez and A. Rosado

pp. 181-181

 


147 IDENTIFICATION OF PRIMORDIAL GERM CELLS IN PORCINE EMBRYOS FROM THE PRIMITIVE STREAK STAGE 

M. Vejlsted, H. Offenberg and P. Maddox-Hyttel

pp. 181-182

 


148 INDUCTION OF HYPOMETHYLATION BY EPIGENETIC ALTERATION OF SOMATIC NUCLEI IN CLONED BOVINE BLASTOCYSTS  

G. Wee, J.-J. Shim, B.-S. Song, J.-S. Kim, D.-B. Koo, K.-K. Lee and Y.-M. Han

pp. 182-182

 


149 EXPRESSION OF ANGIOGENIC FACTORS AND THEIR MAJOR RECEPTORS IN THE SHEEP PLACENTA THROUGHOUT THE EARLY PREGNANCY  

P. P. Borowicz, D. A. Redmer, A. T. Grazul-Bilska, G. Ptak, P. Loi and L. P. Reynolds

pp. 182-183

 


150 EFFECT OF TIMELY FLUNIXIN MEGLUMINE TREATMENT ON PREGNANCY RATES IN HOLSTEIN HEIFERS  

A. Guzeloglu, H. Erdem, M. K. Saribay, W. W. Thatcher and T. Tekeli

pp. 183-183

 


151 PROTEOMICS ANALYSIS OF PREGNANCY-SPECIFIC SERUM PROTEINS IN BOVINE  

D. I. Jin, H. R. Lee, H. R. Kim, H. J. Lee, J. T. Yoon and C. S. Park

pp. 183-183

 


152 SURVIVAL OF BIOPSIED DAY 15 BOVINE CONCEPTI RE-TRANSFERRED TO SYNCHRONIZED RECIPIENT HEIFERS 

R. Lee, M. Berg, L. McGowan, J. Peterson, A. Ledgard and N. Li

pp. 183-184

 


153 ALLEVIATIVE EFFECTS OF ANTIOXIDANT ADMINISTRATION ON MATERNAL HYPERTHERMIA-INDUCED EARLY EMBRYONIC DEATH IN MICE  

T. Matsuzuka, N. Sakamoto, M. Ozawa, A. Ushitani, M. Hirabayashi and Y. Kanai

pp. 184-184

 


154 EFFECTS OF THE BREED AND SEASON ON THE FERTILITY OF TROPICAL DUAL PURPOSE COWS  

H. Nava-Trujillo, A. Hernández, H. Hernández-Fonseca, E. Soto-Belloso and F. Perea-Ganchou

pp. 184-185

 


155 QUALITY OF PORCINE EMBRYO PRODUCED IN TWO EMBRYO CULTURE MEDIA AS ASSESSED BY TOTAL CELL NUMBER AND TIME COURSE OF BLASTOCYST HATCHING  

Y. Agca, H. Men, S. F. Mullen, L. K. Riley, R. S. Prather and J. K. Critser

pp. 185-185

 


156 PRETREATMENT WITH THE ANTIOXIDANT EPIGALLOCATECHIN GALLATE (EGCG) COUNTERACTS THE NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF MATERNAL HYPERTHERMIA ON EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT IN MICE 

A. Aroyo, S. Yavin, Z. Roth and A. Arav

pp. 185-186

 


157 EFFECTS OF FETAL CALF SERUM OR PHENAZINE ETHOSULFATE AND FRUCTOSE OR GLUCOSE ON EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT AND LIPID ACCUMULATION OF BOVINE EMBRYOS 

M. Barcelo-Fimbres and G. Seidel Jr

pp. 186-186

 


158 EFFECTS OF APOTRANSFERRIN ON IN VITRO MATURATION OF CUMULUS–OOCYTES COMPLEXES (COCs) IN HANWOO, KOREAN NATIVE COWS  

S.-H. Choi, S.-R. Cho, M.-H. Han, H.-J. Kim, C.-Y. Choe, D.-S. Son, Y.-K. Kim, Y.-G. Chung and H. Hoshi

pp. 187-187

 


159 THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT ZWITTERIONIC BUFFERS AND PBS ON IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT AND MORPHOLOGY OF BOVINE EMBRYOS  

J. De la Fuente, A. Gutiérrez-Adán, P. Beltrán Breña, S. S. Pérez-Garnelo and A. T. Palasz

pp. 187-187

 


160 EFFECT OF BSA SOURCES AND TYPES ON IN VITRO-PRODUCED LIVESTOCK EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT  

J. R. Dobrinsky, A. M. Paprocki, V. L. Chrostowski, C. M. Penfield, K. R. Rozeboom and M. E. Wilson

pp. 188-188

 


161 LIPID CONTENT, RESISTANCE TO CRYOPRESERVATION, AND SEX RATIO OF IN VITRO BOVINE BLASTOCYSTS PRODUCED IN A SERUM-FREE SYSTEM 

F. George, C. Daniaux, G. Genicot, F. Focant, B. Verhaeghe, P. Lambert and I. Donnay

pp. 188-189

 


162 IMPROVED EMBRYO SURVIVAL AND QUALITY WITH EMCARE II 

A. Harvey, M. Lane and J. Thompson

pp. 189-189

 


163 SUCROSE ADDITION AT EARLY CULTURE STAGE IMPROVES DEVELOPMENT OF PRE-IMPLANTATION PORCINE NT AND IVF EMBRYOS  

I.-S. Hwang, J.-S. Seo, H.-S. Park, S.-W. Kim, D.-H. Kim, B.-C. Yang, B.-S. Yang, H.-T. Cheong and G.-S. Im

pp. 189-190

 


164 HEAT STRESS ENHANCES THE DEVELOPMENT OF PORCINE PARTHENOGENETIC EMBRYOS, BUT NOT IN VITRO-FERTILIZED EMBRYOS  

S. C. Isom, R. S. Prather and E. B. Rucker III

pp. 190-190

 


165 EFFECTS OF GLUCOSE CONCENTRATIONS ON IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT AND THE INTRACELLULAR OXIDATIVE STATE OF IN VITRO-PRODUCED PORCINE EMBRYOS  

N. W. K. Karja, K. Kikuchi, M. Fahrudin, O. Manabu, T. Somfai, J. Noguchi, H. Kaneko and T. Nagai

pp. 190-191

 


166 EFFECTS OF LEPTIN AND IGF-1 ON PRE-IMPLANTATION DEVELOPMENT, DNA FRAGMENTATION, AND GENE EXPRESSION OF BOVINE EMBRYOS CULTURED IN VITRO 

A. Kaya, H. Sagirkaya, M. Misirlioglu, A. Gumen, E. Memili and J. J. Parrish

pp. 191-191

 


167 THE SUPPLEMENTATION OF GRANULOCYTE-MACROPHAGE COLONY STIMULATING FACTOR (GM-CSF) PROMOTES THE DEVELOPMENT OF NUCLEAR TRANSFERRED BOVINE EMBRYOS  

D. H. Kim, S. W. Kim, B. C. Yang, G. S. Im, H. S. Park, I. S. Hwang, J. S. Seo, H. H. Seong and B. S. Yang

pp. 191-191

 


168 IMPROVED MITOCHONDRIAL MEMBRANE POTENTIAL AND PRE-IMPLANTATION DEVELOPMENT OF PORCINE EMBRYOS BY DIBUTYRYL cAMP TREATMENT  

J.-S. Kim, D.-B. Koo, B.-S. Song, G. B. Wee, K.-K. Lee and Y.-M. Han

pp. 192-192

 


169 FORSKOLIN INDUCED INCREASE IN LIPOLYTIC ACTIVITY I PORCINE EMBRYOS PRODUCED IN VITRO 

H. Men, Y. Agca, L. K. Riley, R. S. Prather and J. K. Critser

pp. 192-192

 


170 POST-THAW VIABILITY OF IN VITRO-PRODUCED BOVINE EMBRYOS CULTURED EITHER IN HOST CAPRINE REPRODUCTIVE TRACTS OR IN VITRO  

S. Menges, C. Bormann, B. Stroud, D. Kraemer, M. Westhusin and C. Long

pp. 193-193

 


171 EFFECT OF LONG-TERM TRANSPORTATION OF OVARIES ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF IN VITRO-PRODUCED BOVINE EMBRYOS 

M. Nakatate, K. Tsuchiya, I. Adachi, K. Takahashi, A. Aisan, A. Sugulle, O. Dochi and H. Koyama

pp. 193-193

 


172 ADMINISTRATION OF GLUTATHIONE OR THIOREDOXIN TO MEDIUM REDUCES INTRACELLULAR REDOX STATUS AND IMPROVES EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT TO THE BLASTOCYST STAGE OF PORCINE IVM/IVF OOCYTES  

M. Ozawa, T. Nagai, M. Fahrudin, N. W. K. Karja, H. Kaneko, J. Noguchi, K. Ohnuma and K. Kikuchi

pp. 194-194

 


173 THE EFFECT OF AMINO ACIDS AND HYALURONAN ON BOVINE EMBRYO IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT AND GENE EXPRESSION PATTERN  

A. T. Palasz, J. Beltrán Breña, P. De la Fuente, M. F. Martinez and A. Gutiérrez-Adán

pp. 194-194

 


174 DEVELOPMENT OF IN VITRO-FERTILIZED BOVINE EMBRYOS AFTER EXPOSURE TO TRYPLE™ EXPRESS (RECOMBINANT TRYPSIN) 

J. H. Pryor, K. R. Bondioli, S. K. Wood, M. D. Givens and C. R. Looney

pp. 195-195

 


175 BOVINE EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT AND MRNA EXPRESSION IN BLASTOCYSTS CULTURED IN ISOLATED MOUSE OVIDUCTS MAINTAINED IN SOF OR KSOM  

D. Rizos, B. Pintado, J. de la Fuente, P. Lonergan and A. Gutierrez-Adan

pp. 195-196

 


176 EFFECT OF HYPERTHERMIA ON DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE OF GERMINAL-STAGE OOCYTES: IN VIVO AND EX VIVO STUDIES IN MICE  

Z. Roth, A. Aroyo, S. Yavin and A. Arav

pp. 196-196

 


177 ANTHOCYANIN ISOLATED FROM PURPLE SWEET POTATO IMPROVES DEVELOPMENT AND REDUCES OXIDATIVE STRESS OF BOVINE PRE-IMPLANTATION EMBRYOS EXPOSED TO HEAT SHOCK  

M. Sakatani, I. Suda, T. Oki, S.-I. Kobayashi, S. Kobayashi and M. Takahashi

pp. 196-196

 


178 IMPROVED DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE OF BOVINE EMBRYOS BY PGI2 ANALOG TREATMENT  

B. S. Song, J. S. Kim, D. B. Koo, J. S. Park, K. K. Lee and Y. M. Han

pp. 197-197

 


179 EFFECTS OF AN ENDOCANNABINOID, ANANDAMIDE, ON BOVINE BLASTOCYST DEVELOPMENT IN VITRO 

M. Y. Turco, K. Matsukawa, P. Loi and G. Ptak

pp. 197-197

 


180 DETECTION OF CASPASE-3 AND -7 IN NORMAL AND SLOW DEVELOPING BOVINE IN VITRO EMBRYOS 

L. Vandaele, B. Mateusen, D. Maes and A. Van Soom

pp. 198-198

 


181 MOUSE TRIPLETS DEVELOPED FROM SINGLE BLASTOMERES OF AN 8-CELL-STAGE EMBRYO SUPPORTED WITH TETRAPLOID EMBRYOS  

C. V. Bogdan, A. P. Catunda, S. Bodo, D. Ilie, A. Kovacs and E. Gocza

pp. 198-199

 


182 FAST STAINING METHODS FOR DIFFERENTIAL STAINING OF INNER CELL MASS AND TROPHECTODERM CELLS OF MAMMALIAN BLASTOCYSTS 

S. W. Kim, J.-K. Park, J.-H. Han, C. G. Park and W.-K. Chang

pp. 199-199

 


183 DEVELOPMENT OF PORCINE EMBRYOS MICROINJECTED WITH PORCINE EMBRYONIC GERM CELLS 

C.-H. Park, S.-G. Lee, D.-H. Choi, M.-G. Kim and C. K. Lee

pp. 199-199

 


184 EFFECT OF LIVE CONFOCAL FLUORESCENCE IMAGING ON EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT 

P. Ross and J. Cibelli

pp. 200-200

 


185 EMBRYONIC LOSS IN PIGS ASSOCIATED WITH OVIDUCT TRANSPLANTATION OF EARLY-STAGE EMBRYOS WITH DAMAGES IN THE ZONA PELLUCIDA  

S. Ueno, M. Kurome, R. Tomii, K. Hiruma, N. Maeda, H. Saito and H. Nagashima

pp. 200-201

 


186 COMPARISON OF IVF AND ICSI TREATMENTS ON THE FERTILIZATION, EMBRYO CLEAVAGE, EMBRYO TRANSFER, PREGNANCY, AND EMBRYO IMPLANTATION RATES IN IMMUNOLOGICALLY INFERTILE PATIENTS  

S. Al-Anssari, M. Ridha-Barzanchi, N. Hawa, S. Mahmood and S. Khunda

pp. 201-201

 


187 RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF AN EXTINCT STRAIN OF SHEEP FROM A LIMITED SUPPLY OF FROZEN SEMEN  

C. Bormann, C. Long, S. Menges, C. Hanna, G. Foxworth, T. Shin, M. Westhusin, V. Pliska, G. Stranzinger, H. Joerg, H. Glimp, L. Millsap, C. Porada, G. Almeida-Porada and D. Kraemer

pp. 201-202

 


188 EFFECT OF TRANSFER OF FROZEN-THAWED IVF EMBRYOS ON PREGNANCY IN REPEAT-BREEDER INSEMINATED OR NON-INSEMINATED HOLSTEIN CATTLE 

O. Dochi, M. Tanisawa, S. Goda and H. Koyama

pp. 202-202

 


189 PREGNANCY RATES IN HEAT-STRESSED DAIRY CATTLE RECEIVING ONE OR TWO IN VITRO-PRODUCED EMBRYOS IN A TIMED EMBRYO TRANSFER PROGRAM  

M. Franco, J. Block, F. D. Jousan, L. A. de Castro e Paula, A. M. Brad, J. M. Franco, F. Grisel, R. L. Monson, J. J. Rutledge and P. J. Hansen

pp. 202-203

 


190 EFFECT OF THE PROPERTIES OF CERVICAL MUCUS ON PREGNANCY RATES IN HOLSTEIN HEIFERS AND COWS AFTER EMBRYO TRANSFER 

T. Maekawa, S. Morita, O. Douchi and H. Koyama

pp. 203-203

 


191 INFLUENCE OF THE DIFFERENT TIME COMPONENTS BETWEEN FLUSHING AND TRANSFER ON PREGNANCY RATES OF FROZEN CATTLE EMBRYOS 

C. Ponsart, H. Quinton, A. Rohou, J. Kelhembo, G. Bourgoin and P. Humblot

pp. 203-204

 


192 THE USE OF FIXED-TIME TECHNIQUES AND eCG TO SYNCHRONIZE RECIPIENTS for FROZEN–THAWED BOVINE IVF EMBRYOS  

R. Remillard, M. Martínez, G. Bó and R. Mapletoft

pp. 204-204

 


193 EVALUATION OF A NOVEL ELECTRONIC ESTRUS DETECTION DEVICE IN RECIPIENTS SYNCHRONIZED FOR EMBRYO TRANSFER  

T. VanEtten, F. Ireland, D. Vandever, D. Kesler and M. Wheeler

pp. 204-205

 


194 ESTABLISHMENT OF GOAT EMBRYONIC STEM CELL-LIKE LINES DERIVED FROM IN VIVO-PRODUCED BLASTOCYST-STAGE EMBRYOS  

E. Behboodi, I. Begin, K. Rao, N. Neveu, J. Pierson, H. Baldassarre and C. Karatzas

pp. 205-205

 


195 DEVELOPMENT OF INNER CELL MASS AND FORMATION OF EMBRYOID BODIES ON A GELATIN-COATED DISH AND ON THE FEEDER LAYER IN BUFFALO (BUBALUS BUBALIS)  

M. S. Chauhan, V. Verma, R. S. Manik, P. Palta, S. K. Singla and S. L. Goswami

pp. 205-206

 


196 EFFECT OF MITROMYCIN-C ON VIABILITY AND CELL PROLIFERATION OF DOMESTIC CAT AND MOUSE EMBRYONIC FIBROBLASTS 

M. C. Gómez, J. A. Jenkins, M. López, M. A. Serrano, C. Dumas, B. L. Dresser and C. E. Pope

pp. 206-206

 


197 PRODUCTION OF IN VITRO- AND IN VIVO-DERIVED CAT BLASTOCYSTS FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF FELINE EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS  

J. Kehler, M. Roelke-Parker, B. Pukazhenthi, W. Swanson, C. Ware, I. Dobrinski and S. O’Brien

pp. 207-207

 


198 REPROGRAMMING FIBROBLAST CELL CULTURES WITH EMBRYONIC STEM-CELL EXTRACTS  

J. Kobolak, H. Rozsar, E. Fellinger and A. Dinnyes

pp. 207-207

 


199 DIFFERENTIATION OF HIGHLY ENRICHED OLIGODENDROCYTE PRECURSORS AND MATURE OLIGODENDROCYTES FROM RHESUS MONKEY EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS  

T. Li, Y. Xie and W. Ji

pp. 207-207

 


200 TRANSPLANTATION AND IN VIVO DIFFERENTIATION OF ADIPOSE-DERIVED STEM CELLS IN SWINE 

A. S. Lima, S. A. Malusky, M. R. B. Mello, S. J. Lane, J. R. Rivera and M. B. Wheeler

pp. 208-208

 


201 CHARACTERIZATION OF CANINE EMBRYONIC GERM CELLS: AN EXPERIMENTAL MODEL FOR CELL THERAPY  

D. S. Martins, N. Z. Saraiva, J. M. Garcia, C. E. Ambrósio, M. Zatz and M. A. Miglino

pp. 209-209

 


202 IN VITRO DIFFERENTIATION OF ADULT PORCINE ADIPOSE-DERIVED STEM CELLS AFTER LABELING WITH PKH26 AND FLOW CYTOMETRY  

M. Mello, A. Lima, S. Malusky, S. Lane and M. Wheeler

pp. 209-209

 


203 EFFECT OF OXYGEN TENSION AND SUBSTRATE ON GROWTH AND DIFFERENTIATION OF MOUSE EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS  

M. A. Ramírez, E. Pericuesta, M. Pérez-Crespo, R. Fernández-González, P. N. Moreira, D. Rizos, B. Pintado and A. Gutiérrez-Adán

pp. 209-210

 


204 SPONTANEOUS DIFFERENTIATION OF PORCINE INNER CELL MASS-DERIVED CELLS INTO CELLS DISPLAYING NEURAL AND GLIAL MARKERS  

K. Schauser, S. Friis, M. Schmidt and P. Maddox-Hyttel

pp. 210-210

 


205 DERIVATION OF CAT EMBRYONIC STEM-LIKE CELLS FROM IN VITRO-PRODUCED BLASTOCYSTS AND THEIR SUPPORT BY INTRASPECIFIC VS. INTERSPECIFIC FEEDER CELLS  

M. A. Serrano, M. C. Gómez, M. Lopez, C. L. Dumas, K. E. Smith, S. P. Leibo, B. L. Dresser and C. E. Pope

pp. 210-211

 


206 COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF VARIOUS PROTOCOLS FOR NEURAL DIFFERENTIATION OF MOUSE EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS 

A. Tas, S. Arat and H. Dalcik

pp. 211-211

 


207 ESTABILSHMENT OF CYNOMOLGUS MONKEY EMBRYONIC STEM CELL LINES AND CONFIRMATION OF THE POSSIBILITY FOR GERMINAL COMPETENCY  

T. Teramura, N. Kawata, N. Fujinami, M. Takenoshita, N. Sagawa, K. Matsumoto, K. Saeki, Y. Hosoi and A. Iritani

pp. 211-212

 


208 CYTOLYTIC ANALYSIS AND NUCLEAR TRANSFER OF hCD46-TRANSGENIC PORCINE EMBRYONIC GERM CELLS TO DEVELOP AND IN VITRO MODEL OF XENOTRANSPLANTATION  

J. Y. Won, K. S. Ahn, S. Y. Heo, J. H. Kang and H. Shim

pp. 212-212

 


209 RISKS OF TRANSMITTING MYCOBACTERIUM AVIUM SSP. PARATUBERCULOSIS BY TRANSFER OF IN VIVO-DERIVED AND IN VITRO-FERTILIZED BOVINE EMBRYOS 

A. Bielanski, J. Algire, G. Randall and O. Surujballi

pp. 212-212

 


210 EFFECTS OF INTERFERON-τ ON REPLICATION OF BOVINE VIRAL DIARRHEA VIRUS AND BOVINE HERPESVIRUS-1 

P. Galik, J. Waldrop and S. Marley

pp. 213-213

 


211 LACTOFERRIN INHIBITS BOVINE HERPESVIRUS-1 IN CELL CULTURE AND ALLOWS NORMAL DEVELOPMENT OF IN VITRO-PRODUCED EMBRYOS  

M. Givens, M. Marley, P. Galik, K. Riddell and D. Stringfellow

pp. 213-213

 


212 TRYPLE SELECT (10X) EFFECTIVELY REMOVES BOVINE HERPESVIRUS-1 ASSOCIATED WITH IN VIVO-DERIVED EMBRYOS 

M. Marley, C. Looney, M. Givens, P. Galik, K. Riddell and D. Stringfellow

pp. 213-214

 


213 ASSESSMENT OF THE SUSCEPTIBILITY OF PORCINE PRE-IMPLANTATION EMBRYOS TO PSEUDORABIES VIRUS (PRV) AND PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS (PRRSV) USING SUBZONAL MICROINJECTION  

B. Mateusen, A. Van Soom, D. Maes and H. Nauwynck

pp. 214-214

 


214 USE OF VIRUS ISOLATION AND QUANTITATIVE POLYMERASE CHAIN-REACTION TECHNIQUES TO DETECT BOVINE VIRAL DIARRHEA VIRUS (BVDV) IN SINGLE OR SMALL GROUPS OF PRE-IMPLANTATION BOVINE EMBRYOS  

J. Waldrop, M. Givens, K. Riddell, P. Galik and D. Stringfellow

pp. 214-215

 


215 EPIDIDYMAL SPERM CRYOPRESERVATION OF ONE SOMALIA WILD ASS (EQUUS AFRICANUS SOMALIENSIS) USING SIX DIFFERENT EXTENDERS 

M. Álvarez, F. Martínez-Pastor, V. García-Macías, S. Borragán, M. Celada, J. Bernardo, N. Gonzalez, S. Alves and L. Anel

pp. 215-215

 


216 IN VITRO OOCYTE MATURATION, FERTILIZATION, AND CULTURE AFTER LAPAROSCOPIC OVUM PICK-UP IN AN ENDANGERED GAZELLE (GAZELLA DAMA MHORR)  

F. Berlinguer, S. Succu, A. del Olmo, R. Gonzalez, J. J. Garde, G. Espeso, M. Gomendio, S. Ledda and E. R. S. Roldan

pp. 216-216

 


217 QUALITY CHANGES IN POST-THAW SPRINGBOK (ANTIDORCAS MARSUPIALIS) EPIDIDYMAL SPERM MAINTAINED IN FERTILIZATION MEDIUM 

F. P. Chatiza, G. M. Pieterse and P. Bartels

pp. 216-217

 


218 EJACULATE TRAITS OF THE NAMIBIAN CHEETAH (ACINONYX JUBATUS)—INFLUENCE OF ANIMAL AGE, SEASON, AND CAPTIVITY  

A. E. Crosier, L. L. Marker, J. G. Howard, B. S. Pukazhenthi, J. N. Henghali and D. E. Wildt

pp. 217-217

 


219 MORPHOMETRIC CHARACTERIZATION OF EPIDIDYMAL AND EJACULATED SPERMATOZOA FROM BROWN BEAR (URSUS ARCTOS) 

V. Garcia-Macias, F. Martinez-Pastor, M. Alvarez, P. Paz, S. Borragan, M. Celada, E. Anel and L. Anel

pp. 217-218

 


220 LIVE BIRTH OF A MOHOR GAZELLE (GAZELLA DAMA MHORR) CALF FOLLOWING INTRAUTERINE INSEMINATION OF MOTHER WITH FROZEN–THAWED SEMEN  

J. J. Garde, M. Gomendio, G. Espeso and E. R. S. Roldan

pp. 218-218

 


221 BASAL SEMINAL TRAITS AND IN VITRO FERTILIZATION IN THE SAND CAT (FELIS MARGARITA)  

J. Herrick, K. Leiske, G. Magarey and W. Swanson

pp. 218-219

 


222 IN VITRO FERTILIZATION OF OOCYTES OBTAINED THROUGH TRANSVAGINAL OOCYTE RETRIEVAL FROM CYCLIC MURRAH BUFFALOES (BUBALUS BUBALIS)  

R. S. Manik, M. S. Chauhan, V. Gupta, S. K. Singla and P. Palta

pp. 219-219

 


223 DESCRIPTION OF GENITALIA AND SPERM RECOVERED POSTMORTEM FROM A PYGMY SPERM WHALE, KOGIA BREVICEPS 

F. Martinez-Pastor, V. Garcia-Macias, J. Garcia, M. Alvarez, E. Anel, P. Herraez, P. de Paz and L. Anel

pp. 219-220

 


224 OVARIAN FOLLICLE DEVELOPMENT DURING SEASONAL TRANSITION IN WAPITI 

R. McCorkell, M. Woodbury and G. Adams

pp. 220-220

 


225 IN VITRO MATURATION OF LION OOCYTES  

B. Merlo, E. Iacono, G. Mari and D. Zambelli

pp. 220-221

 


226 BASIC CHARACTERISTICS OF CAPTIVE BROWN BEAR (URSUS ARCTOS) SPERMATOZOA COLLECTED BY ELECTROEJACULATION AND FROM THE POSTMORTEM EPIDIDYMIS 

S. S. Pérez-Garnelo, C. Borque, M. Delclaux, C. Talavera, E. Martínez, A. T. Palasz and J. De la Fuente

pp. 221-221

 


227 REPRODUCTIVE ANATOMY OF THE FEMALE GREY SHORT-TAILED OPOSSUM (MONODELPHIS DOMESTICA): CONSIDERATIONS FOR DEVELOPING ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION BY CATHETER 

D. B. B. P. Paris

pp. 222-222

 


228 COLLECTION AND EVALUATION OF SEMEN OF SLOTH (BRADYPUS TRIDACTYLUS)  

M. A. Peres, A. B. Nascimento, V. P. Oliveira, C. Yamada, A. C. Nicacio, J. A. Visintin and M. E. O. A. Assumpção

pp. 222-222

 


229 OOCYTE RECOVERY, IN VITRO FERTILIZATION AND EMBRYO TRANSFER IN THE SERVAL (LEPTAILURUS SERVAL) 

C. E. Pope, M. C. Gómez, A. Cole, C. Dumas and B. L. Dresser

pp. 223-223

 


230 IN VITRO MATURATION OF OOCYTES FROM ENDANGERED DORCAS GAZELLE (GAZELLA DORCAS NEGLECTA) 

E. R. S. Roldan, F. Berlinguer, S. Succu, R. Gonzalez, A. del Olmo, G. Espeso, M. Gomendio and S. Ledda

pp. 223-223

 


231 CELLULAR PROLIFERATION IN FETAL OVARIAN FOLLICLES FROM LATE PREGNANT SHEEP FED MAINTENANCE OR RESTRICTED DIETS WITH NORMAL OR ENHANCED SELENIUM CONCENTRATIONS  

W. J. Arndt, A. Grazul-Bilska, J. S. Caton, E. Borowczyk, P. P. Borowicz, M. A. Ward, D. A. Redmer, L. P. Reynolds and K. A. Vonnahme

pp. 224-224

 


232 EFFECT OF DIETARY FAT SUPPLEMENTATION ON OOCYTE AND EMBRYO QUALITY AND ON EARLY EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT OF SHEEP 

G. Cancino-Arroyo, R. Ake-López, J. Herrera, F. Centurion and A. Ordoñez-León

pp. 224-224

 


233 TEMPOROSPATIAL EXPRESSION PROFILES OF GROWTH AND DIFFERENTIATION FACTOR-9 AND BONE MORPHOGENETIC PROTEIN-15 GENES IN THE BOVINE OVARY 

M. Hosoe, K. Kaneyama, K. Ushizawa, S. Akagi, J. Noguchi and T. Takahashi

pp. 225-225

 


234 POTENTIAL SEASONAL INFLUENCE ON THE RECOVERY OF IN VIVO-MATURED CANINE OOCYTES BY FLUSHING FALLOPIAN TUBES  

M. S. Hossein, M. K. K , G. Jang, Y. H. Fibrianto, H. J. Oh, H. J. Kim, S. K. Kang, B. C. Lee and W. S. Hwang

pp. 225-225

 


235 FOLLICULAR WAVE EMERGENCE AND DEVELOPMENT FOLLOWING ESTRADIOL PLUS PROGESTERONE AT A GROWING OR A STATIC PHASE OF THE DOMINANT FOLLICLE IN CIDR-TREATED, LACTATING DAIRY COWS  

U. H. Kim, G. H. Suh and I. H. Kim

pp. 225-226

 


236 NUCLEAR AND CYTOPLASMIC MODIFICATIONS OF GERMINAL VESICLE BOVINE OOCYTES IN RELATION TO CHROMATIN REMODELING  

V. Lodde, P. Maddox-Hyttel, S. Modina and A. M. Luciano

pp. 226-226

 


237 EXPRESSION OF THE FULL-LENGTH AND ALTERNATIVELY SPLICED BOVINE LH RECEPTOR mRNAs IN GRANULOSA CELLS FROM FOLLICLES ≥ 7 mm IN DIAMETER  

M. F. G. Nogueira, M. L. G. Pinto, C. A. Rainho, M. C. W. Avellar, C. A. Price, J. Buratini Jr and C. M. Barros

pp. 226-227

 


238 THE EFFECT OF TRANSVAGINAL FOLLICULAR ASPIRATION AND THE ROLE OF PROGESTERONE IN FOLLICULAR CYSTS OF DAIRY CATTLE  

H. Ortegon, J. Petrik, J. S. Walton and W. H. Johnson

pp. 227-227

 


239 HORMONE PROFILE AND OVARIAN FOLLICLE DIAMETER IN EARLY POSTPARTUM LACTATING COWS 

S. J. Park, K. S. Baek, S. B. Park, B. S. Ahn and H. S. Kim

pp. 227-228

 


240 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PEAK NUMBER OF ANTRAL FOLLICLES AND FOLLICULAR WAVES, HORMONE CONCENTRATIONS, SUPEROVULATORY RESPONSE, AND EMBRYO QUALITY IN BEEF HEIFERS  

F. Ward, P. Lonergan, F. Jimenez-Krassel, J. J. Ireland and A. C. O. Evans

pp. 228-228

 


241 EFFECT OF INTRODUCTION OF THE INVERDALE FECUNDITY (FecXI) GENE INTO A TEXEL × SCOTTISH HILL EWE (CHEVIOT) FLOCK ON LITTER SIZE, BIRTHWEIGHT, AND LAMB SURVIVAL  

F. M. Alink, J. J. Robinson, M. J. A. Mylne, P. Kenyon, R. G. Watt, M. J. Wood and T. G. McEvoy

pp. 228-229

 


242 POST-TRANSCRIPTIONAL REGULATION OF JY-1 mRNA ABUNDANCE DURING THE BOVINE OOCYTE-TO-EMBRYO TRANSITION  

A. Bettegowda, O. V. Patel, J. Yao, J. J. Ireland and G. W. Smith

pp. 229-229

 


243 REPROGRAMMING OF FIBROBLASTS TO EXPRESS MALE GERM CELL OR MAST CELL FUNCTIONS USING TESTIS OR MAST CELL-DERIVED CELL EXTRACTS  

H.-Y. Choi, B.-W. Kim, E.-R. Lee, S. Roh and S.-G. Cho

pp. 229-230

 


244 GATA-1 PLAYS A CRITICAL ROLE IN ENDOTHELIAL CELL-SPECIFIC EXPRESSION OF THE 1.1-kb CD55 PROMOTER REGION  

T.-W. Choi, M.-Y. Jeong, B.-W. Kim, J.-Y. Kim, H.-Y. Choi, J.-H. Kim, H. T. Lee and S.-G. Cho

pp. 230-230

 


245 EXPRESSION AND FUNCTIONAL ROLE OF CELL DIVISION CYCLE 42 IN MOUSE OOCYTES MATURATION AND PRE-IMPLANTATION DEVELOPMENT 

X.-S. Cui, X.-Y. Li and N.-H. Kim

pp. 230-231

 


246 EXPRESSION PATTERN OF NANOG AND Par3 GENES IN IN VITRO-DERIVED BOVINE EMBRYOS 

F. Gandolfi, F. Cillo, S. Antonini, S. Colleoni, I. Lagutina, G. Lazzari, C. Galli and T. Brevini

pp. 231-231

 


247 MESSENGER RNA EXPRESSION PATTERNS OF DNA AND HISTONE METHYLTRANSFERASES IN PREIMPLANTATION DEVELOPMENT OF IN VIVO- AND IN VITRO-PRODUCED BOVINE EMBRYOS  

K. Höffmann, H. Niemann, K.-G. Hadeler, D. Herrmann and C. Wrenzycki

pp. 231-232

 


248 ALTERED GENE EXPRESSION PROFILES IN PIG scNT-DERIVED UMBILICAL CORD 

K. C. Hwang, S. K. Cho and J. H. Kim

pp. 232-232

 


249 EXPRESSION OF GROWTH-RELATED IMPRINTED GENES IN DECEASED NEWBORN AND SURVIVING CLONED PIGLETS  

L. Jiang, P. Jobst, D. Ayares, R. S. Prather, X. Yang and X. C. Tian

pp. 232-232

 


250 DISTRIBUTION OF HISTONE macroH2A1 IN BOVINE PRE-IMPLANTATION EMBRYOS DERIVED FROM PARTHENOGENETIC ACTIVATION AND IN VITRO FERTILIZATION 

C. Kim, Y. Ma, C.-C. Chang, T. Rasmussen, X. Yang and C. Tian

pp. 232-233

 


251 COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF GENE EXPRESSION PATTERNS IN PORCINE PRE-IMPLANTATION EMBRYOS DERIVED FROM DIFFERENT ORIGINS  

J.-G. Kim, H.-F. Jin, B.-K. Mohana, H.-J. Song, Y.-J. Jeong, S. Balasubramanian, S.-Y. Choe and G.-J. Rho

pp. 233-233

 


252 DIFFERENCES IN GENE EXPRESSION PROFILES IN MOUSE FERTILIZED BLASTOCYSTS AND DIPLOID BLASTOCYST STAGE PARTHENOTES 

N.-H. Kim, S.-K. Cho, X.-Y. Li, X.-H. Shen and X.-S. Cui

pp. 233-234

 


253 GENE SILENCING OF CYCLOOXYGENASE-2 mRNA BY RNA INTERFERENCE IN BOVINE CUMULUS–GRANULOSA CELLS 

S.-I. Kobayashi, M. Sakatani, S. Kobayashi, K. Okuda and M. Takahashi

pp. 234-234

 


254 DIFFERENTIAL TRANSCRIPTION AND CYSTOPLASMIC POLYADENYLATION ELEMENTS IN PORCINE GERMINAL VESICLE AND METAPHASE II OOCYTES 

S. Korte, G. Springer, W. Spollen, R. Patel, K. Whitworth, N. Bivens, L. Forrester, C. Murphy, J. Green and R. Prather

pp. 234-235

 


255 GENE EXPRESSION OF Cox 5a, 5b, AND 6b1 AND THEIR ROLES IN PRE-IMPLANTATION OF MOUSE EMBRYOS 

S.-E. Lee, X.-Y. Li, X.-S. Cui and N.-H. Kim

pp. 235-235

 


256 LINES OF PIGS SELECTED FOR COMPONENT TRAITS OF LITTER SIZE EXHIBIT DIFFERENTIAL GENE REGULATION AT THE ONSET OF EMBRYO (TROPHECTODERM) ELONGATION  

J. R. Miles, L. A. Blomberg, B. A. Freking and K. A. Zuelke

pp. 235-236

 


257 EXPRESSION OF DEVELOPMENTAL GENES IN PORCINE NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYOS RECONSTRUCTED WITH BONE MARROW MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS  

B. Mohana Kumar, H.-F. Jin, J.-G. Kim, S. Balasubramanian, S.-Y. Choe and G.-J. Rho

pp. 236-236

 


258 MESSENGER RNA EXPRESSION PATTERNS OF HISTONE MODIFICATION GENES IN BOVINE EMBRYOS DERIVED FROM DIFFERENT ORIGINS 

M. Nowak-Imialek, C. Wrenzycki, D. Herrmann, I. Lagutina, A. Lucas-Hahn, E. Lemme, G. Lazzari, C. Galli, K.-G. Hadeler and H. Niemann

pp. 236-237

 


259 LOCALIZATION OF LEUKEMIA INHIBITORY FACTOR (LIF) GENE IN BOVINE PLACENTA  

K. Oshima, H. Watanabe, T. Kojima, M. Komatsu and N. Yamamoto

pp. 237-237

 


260 COMPREHENSIVE IDENTIFICATION OF RELATIVE GENES CAUSING ABNORMAL DEVELOPMENT OF BOVINE EMBRYOS PRODUCED BY SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER  

J. Park, N. Minami and H. Imai

pp. 237-238

 


261 IDENTIFICATION OF OOCYTE- AND CUMULUS-DERIVED CO-REGULATED AND DIFFERENTIALLY REGULATED TRANSCRIPTS ASSOCIATED WITH BOVINE MEIOTIC MATURATION 

O. V. Patel, A. Bettegowda, J. J. Ireland and G. W. Smith

pp. 238-238

 


262 TISSUE-SPECIFIC ANALYSIS OF PRION EXPRESSION IN EARLY BOVINE FETUSES 

O. Peralta, W. Huckle, M. Martinez, J. Correa, R. Gatica and W. Eyestone

pp. 238-239

 


263 USE OF PORCINE PARTHENOTES AND GENE EXPRESSION PROFILING USING MICROARRAYS FOR IDENTIFICATION OF IMPRINTED GENES 

J. Piedrahita, S. Bischoff, J. Estrada, B. Freking, D. Nonneman, A. Martin, B. Mir, G. Rohrer and S. Tsai

pp. 239-239

 


264 IDENTIFICATION OF THE PREDOMINANT TRANSCRIPT IN BOVINE OOCYTES, IN VITRO-DERIVED BLASTOCYSTS, AND IN NUCLEAR TRANSFER BLASTOCYSTS 

R. S. Prather, S. Korte, R. Woods, L. Spate, N. Bivens, L. J. Forrester, G. K. Springer, R. V. Patel, Z. H. Liu, C. N. Murphy and J. A. Green

pp. 239-240

 


265 DEVELOPMENT AND DYNAMICS OF GENE EXPRESSION OF BOVINE EMBRYOS CULTURED IN VITRO IN THREE DIFFERENT MEDIA 

H. Sagirkaya, M. Misirlioglu, A. Kaya, H. Odaman, N. First, J. Parrish and E. Memili

pp. 240-240

 


266 IDENTIFICATION OF Oct-4 AND Nanog, THE TWO PLURIPOTENCY MARKER GENES IN RABBIT PRE-IMPLANTATION-STAGE EMBRYOS 

Z. Tancos, J. Kobolak, A. Baji Gal and A. Dinnyes

pp. 240-241

 


267 TARGETED SUPPRESSION OF THE EXPRESSION OF MATERNAL AND EMBRYONIC GENES DURING IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT OF BOVINE EMBRYOS  

D. Tesfaye, K. Nganvongpanit, F. Rings, M. Gilles, D. Jennen, M. Hoelker, E. Tholen and K. Schellander

pp. 241-241

 


268 BOVINE AND EQUINE RECOMBINANT FOLLICLE-STIMULATING HORMONE PRODUCED IN TWO HETEROLOGOUS HOSTS: ESCHERICHIA COLI AND TRYPANOSOMA BRUCEI 

M. Wilson, J. Morris and J. Gibbons

pp. 241-242

 


269 EFFECTS OF REPRODUCTIVE STATUS AND OOCYTE QUALITY ON THE DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE OF OOCYTES FOLLOWING IN VITRO PRODUCTION IN DOMESTIC CAT  

B. Agung, P. Wongsrikeao, H. Fuchieda and T. Otoi

pp. 242-242

 


270 APOPTOSIS AND ONCOSIS ASSESSMENT IN CRYOPRESERVED MOUSE EMBRYOS 

M. E. O. A. Assumpção, A. R. S. Coutinho, W. B. Feitosa, C. M. Mendes, R. Simões and J. A. Visintin

pp. 242-243

 


271 USE OF SEXED SEMEN FOR BOVINE IVF IN MEXICO: PRELIMINARY RESULTS  

J. Aysa, J. A. Medrano, A. Villa-Godoy, A. Barba, Y. C. Ducolomb and S. Romo

pp. 243-243

 


272 DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE OF OOCYTES OBTAINED FROM BOS TAURUS AND BOS INDICUS DAIRY COWS RAISED IN A TROPICAL CLIMATE 

L. S. A. Camargo, J. H. M. Viana, W. F. Sa, A. M. Ferreira, A. A. Ramos, C. Freitas and V. R. Vale Filho

pp. 243-244

 


273 APOPTOSIS EVALUATION OF IN VITRO-PRODUCED PIG EMBRYOS (PARTIAL RESULT) 

A. R. S. Coutinho, M. P. Milazzotto, M. A. Peres, M. G. Marques, A. C. Nicacio, J. A. Visintin and M. E. O. A. Assumpção

pp. 244-244

 


274 LAPAROSCOPIC OVUM PICK-UP IN SHEEP AND GOATS: EFFECTS OF REPEATED RECOVERIES AND FOLLICULAR DIAMETER 

A. Gibbons, F. Pereyra Bonnet, M. Cueto, M. Catala and D. Salamone

pp. 244-245

 


275 PENTOXIFYLLINE ADDED TO FREEZING EXTENDER HAS A DELETERIOUS EFFECT ON POST-THAW BOAR SPERM QUALITY AND IN VITRO FERTILIZATION RATE 

M. A. Gil, J. Roca, M. Hernandez, C. Cuello, C. Almiñana, J. M. Vazquez and E. A. Martinez

pp. 245-245

 


276 IN VITRO FERTILIZATION PROCEDURES AFFECT THE HEPATIC GENOMIC CYTOSINE METHYLATION LEVEL AND THE PHENOTYPE OF BOVINE FETUSES 

S. Hiendleder, C. Mund, M. Klempt, H.-D. Reichenbach, M. Stojkovic, M. Weppert, H. Wenigerkind, M. Elmlinger, F. Lyko and E. Wolf

pp. 245-246

 


277 FOLLICULAR GROWTH, SUBSEQUENT OVUM PICKUP, AND DOMINANT FOLLICLE REMOVAL IN COWS 

K. Imai, M. Tagawa, S. Matoba, M. Narita and K. Kanayama

pp. 246-246

 


278 EFFECTS OF LEPTIN ON IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT AND GENE EXPRESSION IN PORCINE EMBRYOS 

Y.-J. Jeong, J.-G. Kim, B. Mohana Kumar, S. Balasubramanian, S.-Y. Choe and G.-J. Rho

pp. 246-247

 


279 LIVE RAT OFFSPRING FROM CRYOPRESERVED EJACULATED SPERMATOZOA THROUGH IN VITRO FERTILIZATION 

N. Kashiwazaki, Y. Seita, M. Shino, S. Hisamatsu and T. Inomata

pp. 247-247

 


280 PORCINE BLASTOCYSTS DERIVED FROM IN VITRO-MATURED OOCYTES INJECTED INTRACYTOPLASMICALLY WITH SPERM FROM TESTICULAR TISSUE XENOGRAFTED INTO NUDE MICE  

K. Kikuchi, M. Nakai, N. Kashiwazaki, M. Ozawa, N. Maedomari, J. Noguchi, K. Ohnuma and H. Kaneko

pp. 247-247

 


281 ALGINATE-ENCAPSULATED BOVINE EMBRYOS SUPPORT IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT OF A SMALL NUMBER OF EMBRYOS 

S. Kobayashi, M. Sakatani, S. Kobayashi and M. Takahashi

pp. 248-248

 


282 IMPROVED QUALITY OF PORCINE BLASTOCYSTS BY AGGREGATION OF EMBRYOS AT THE 4–8-CELL STAGE 

S.-G. Lee, C.-H. Park, D.-H. Choi, H.-Y. Son and C.-K. Lee

pp. 248-248

 


283 EFFECTS OF CUMULUS CELL REMOVAL ON IN VITRO OOCYTE MATURATION, FERTILIZATION, AND EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT IN PIGS  

N. Maedomari, N. Kashiwazaki, M. Ozawa, A. Takizawa, J. Noguchi, H. Kankeo, M. Shino and K. Kikuchi

pp. 249-249

 


284 COMPARATIVE FERTILITY OF FRESHLY-COLLECTED VERSUS FROZEN–THAWED SPERMATOZOA FOR IN VITRO FERTILIZATION IN THE FISHING CAT (PRIONAILURUS VIVERRINUS) 

G. Magarey, J. Herrick, K. Thiangtum, W. Tunwattana and W. Swanson

pp. 249-249

 


285 VARIATION FACTORS INFLUENCING CLEAVAGE AND EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT RATES OF BOVINE OOCYTES COLLECTED ON A FARM IN A COMMERCIAL OPU-IVP SYSTEM 

B. Marquant-Le Guienne, F. Aymar, C. Ponsart, C. Guyader-Joly, S. Ponchon and P. Humblot

pp. 250-250

 


286 INFLUENCE OF REVERSIBLE MEIOSIS INHIBITION ON SWINE EMBRYOS PRODUCED BY IN VITRO FERTILIZATION AND PATHENOGENETIC ACTIVATION 

M. G. Marques, A. B. Nascimento, V. P. Oliveira, A. R. S. Coutinho, M. E. O. A. Assumpção and J. A. Visintin

pp. 250-251

 


287 EFFECT OF CYSTEAMINE DURING IN VITRO MATURATION OF OPU DERIVED BOVINE OOCYTES ON FURTHER IN VITRO EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT AND PREGNANCY RATE 

J. S. Merton, B. Landman and E. Mullaart

pp. 251-251

 


288 EFFECT OF IN VITRO MATURATION PERIOD AND OOCYTE ACTIVATION BY CALCIUM IONOPHORE ON MONOSPERMIC PORCINE EMBRYO RATES  

V. P. Oliveira, M. G. Marques, A. B. Nascimento, H. V. A. Caetano, M. E. O. A. Assumpção and J. A. Visintin

pp. 252-252

 


289 IN VITRO PRODUCTION OF OVINE EMBRYOS FROM WOOL AND HAIR BREEDS  

E. A. Ordóñez-León, J. A. Medrano, V. O. Mejía, J. De Lucas, Y. C. Ducolomb and S. Romo

pp. 252-252

 


290 THE FACTORS ON RATES OF ABNORMALITY, DISEASE AND MORTALITY OF CALVES DERIVED FROM IN VITRO EMBRYOS OF KOREAN NATIVE CATTLE  

Y.-S. Park, S.-S. Kim, M.-C. Park and H.-D. Park

pp. 252-253

 


291 VARIOUS FACTORS INFLUENCING PREGNANCY RATES AND CALVING CHARACTERISTICS FOLLOWING TRANSFER OF OPU-IVP EMBRYOS PRODUCED IN A COMMERCIAL SYSTEM  

C. Ponsart, F. Aymar, B. Marquant-Le Guienne, C. Guyader-Joly, S. Ponchon and P. Humblot

pp. 253-253

 


292 EXPRESSION PROFILES OF STRESS AND METABOLIC MARKER GENES DURING IN VITRO PRODUCTION OF BUFFALO (BUBALUS BUBALIS) EMBRYOS  

R. Rajhans, G. S. Kumar and G. T. Sharma

pp. 253-254

 


293 EFFECT OF FOLLICULAR WAVE SYNCHRONIZATION ON IN VITRO EMBRYO PRODUCTION IN COWS  

A. F. Ramos, R. Rumpf, M. R. Mollo, J. U. Câmara, I. Pivato, A. P. Marques Jr and R. Sartori

pp. 254-254

 


294 THE EFFECT OF PLASMIN ON THE IN VITRO FERTILIZATION ABILITY OF PORCINE GAMETES  

H.-H. Rhee, S.-J. Sa, H.-T. Cheong, B.-K. Yang and C.-K. Park

pp. 254-255

 


295 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PLASMINOGEN ACTIVATOR/PLASMIN SYSTEM AND IN VITRO FERTILIZATION ABILITY IN THE PIG  

S.-J. Sa, H.-T. Cheong, B.-K. Yang and C.-K. Park

pp. 255-255

 


296 INFLUENCE OF SHORT-TERM HEAT STRESS ON THE BLASTOCYST RATE OF BOVINE EMBRYOS (INDICUS VS. TAURUS) FROM OOCYTES OBTAINED BY OVUM PICKUP 

E. Sartorelli e Sartorelli, A. C. Z. Barcelos, R. A. Satrapa, D. F. Martins, M. F. G. Nogueira, J. R. Potiens, M. M. Seneda and C. M. Barros

pp. 255-256

 


297 BIRTH OF LIVE RATS THROUGH IN VITRO FERTILIZATION USING CRYOPRESERVED SPERMATOZOA: SPERM FERTILITY IMPROVED BY FREEZING AT – 150°C  

Y. Seita, Y. Okuda, A. Takizawa, S. Hisamatu, T. Inomata and N. Kashiwazaki

pp. 256-256

 


298 SPERM CAPACITATED WITH CALCIUM IONOPHORE AS A VECTOR FOR IN VITRO PRODUCTION OF BOVINE TRANSGENIC EMBRYOS  

R. Simões, M. P. Milazzotto, C. Yamada, W. B. Feitosa, A. R. S. Coutinho, J. A. Visintin and M. E. O. A. Assumpção

pp. 256-257

 


299 CONSEQUENCES OF REPEATED ULTRASOUND-GUIDED FOLLICLE ASPIRATION OF THE OVARIES OF GIR (BOS INDICUS) COWS 

J. H. M. Viana, L. S. A. Camargo, A. A. Nascimento, A. M. Ferreira, J. F. Ferreira and A. P. Marques Junior

pp. 257-257

 


300 IMMUNO-EXPRESSION OF POTENTIAL FACTORS REGULATING SERTOLI CELL PROLIFERATION IN THE PREPUBERTAL BOAR 

J. Baldrighi, W. Averhart, T. Phillips, K. Carnes, R. Hess and S. Clark

pp. 257-258

 


301 NEW APPROACHES TO CONTRACEPTION IN DOGS USING GnRH ANALOGUES, CALCIUM, AND NALOXONE 

M. Cinone, G. Aiudi, M. Albrizio, G. De Vico, G. M. Lacalandra and P. Minoia

pp. 258-258

 


302 VIABILITY OF BOVINE SPERMATOZOA INCUBATED WITH FOREIGN DNA 

W. B. Feitosa, M. P. Milazzoto, M. Rovegno, L. F. Martins, J. A. Visintin and M. E. O. A. Assumpção

pp. 258-259

 


303 INDUCED MOTILITY OF MESA/TESE SPERMATOZOA IS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED FERTILIZATION AND IMPLANTATION RATES IN HUMAN  

H. L. Zheng and L. J. Fengand

pp. 259-259

 


304 TREATMENT OF BOAR SPERM WITH RESPIRATION INHIBITOR MENADIONE: EFFECTS ON MOTILITY, REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES (ROS), MITOCHONDRIAL TRANSMEMBRANE POTENTIAL (MMP), AND ATP CONTENT  

D. Guthrie, J. Long, G. Welch and N. Grimm

pp. 259-260

 


305 SPERM CHROMATIN STRUCTURE AND DNA METHYLATION BULLS  

K. Hengstberger, N. Phutikanit, O. Berking, M. D'Occhio, D. Sester and B. Carroll

pp. 260-260

 


306 ANALYSIS OF GLOBAL DNA METHYLATION IN BOVINE SPERMATOZOA  

H. Kato, M. Kishimoto, T. Mitani, K. Matsumoto, K. Saeki, Y. Hosoi and A. Iritani

pp. 260-261

 


307 EFFECT OF BULL EPIDIDYMIS STORAGE CONDITIONS ON SPERM RESISTANCE AGAINST LIPID PEROXIDATION AND SUBSEQUENT IN VITRO EMBRYO PRODUCTION  

M. Nichi, J. B. P. De Clercq, I. G. F. Goovaerts, V. H. Barnabe and P. E. J. Bols

pp. 261-261

 


308 TESTICULAR DEVELOPMENT IN PREPUBERTAL JERSEY BULL CALVES IMMUNIZED AGAINST INHIBIN 

G. M. Schuenemann, S. M. L. C. Mendis-Handagama, S. A. Kania, N. R. Rohrbach, F. M. Hopkins, H. Moorehead, P. Lunn, H. H. Dowlen and F. N. Schrick

pp. 261-262

 


309 THE SPERMATOGENIC CYCLE IN MAMMALIAN TESTIS XENOGRAFTS  

W. Zeng, G. F. Avelar, R. Rathi, L. R. Franca and I. Dobrinski

pp. 262-262

 


310 NUCLEAR AND MICROTUBULE REMODELING AND IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT OF NUCLEAR TRANSFERRED CAT OOCYTES WITH SKIN FIBROBLASTS OF DOMESTIC CAT AND LEOPARD CAT  

X. J. Yin, E. G. Choi, S. J. Cho, J. Y. Jin, N. H. Kim, H. S. Lee and I. K. Kong

pp. 262-263

 


311 ULTRASTRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF OVINE PREANTRAL FOLLICLES CULTURED IN THE PRESENCE OF INDOLE ACETIC ACID, EGF, AND FSH 

E. Andrade, F. Landim-Alvarenga, J. Silva, M. Max, A. Alfieri, M. Seneda, J. Figueiredo and R. Toniolli

pp. 263-263

 


312 CHEMICAL ACTIVATION OF IN VITRO-MATURED PORCINE OOCYTES  

A. Bali Papp and E. Varga

pp. 263-264

 


313 APOPTOSIS IN PARTHENOGENETIC PIG EMBRYOS PRODUCED BY DIFFERENT METHODS 

J. Hyslop and Z. Machaty

pp. 264-264

 


314 PARTHENOGENETIC ACTIVATION OF PORCINE OOCYTES AT THE MII STAGE BY Ca-EDTA TREATMENT  

H. Kawase, H. Imai and M. Yamada

pp. 264-264

 


315 EFFICIENCY OF CHEMICAL OR ELECTRICAL ACTIVATION OF BOVINE OOCYTES  

M. P. Milazzotto, W. B. Feitosa, R. Simões, C. M. Mendes, M. E. O. A. Assumpção and J. A. Visintin

pp. 265-265

 


316 CHANGES IN MPF ACTIVITY IN PORCINE OOCYTES FOLLOWING ACTIVATION BY VARIOUS METHODS 

L. Nanassy, K. Lee, A. Javor and Z. Machaty

pp. 265-265

 


317 EFFECT OF REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES (ROS) ON ACTIVATION OF BOVINE OOCYTES MATURED IN VITRO  

J. I. Park, Y. Jang and E. S. Lee

pp. 266-266

 


318 INHIBITION OF FIRST POLAR BODY EXTRUSION BY CYTOCHALASIN B DURING IN VITRO MATURATION OF PORCINE OOCYTES LEADS TO RE-ARRANGEMENT OF THE SEGREGATED CHROMOSOMES AND IMPROVEMENT IN THE QUALITY OF THE PARTHENOGENETIC BLASTOCYSTS  

T. Somfai, K. Kikuchi, J. Noguchi, H. Kaneko, K. Ohnuma, M. Ozawa, N. W. K. Karja, M. Fahrudin, N. Maedomari, A. Dinnyes and T. Nagai

pp. 266-266

 


319 OXYGEN CONSUMPTION OF BOVINE CUMULUS CELLS AND OOCYTES CULTURED IN DIFFERENT CULTURE SYSTEMS FOR OOCYTE MATURATION 

H. Abe, H. Shiku, S. Aoyagi, T. Matsue and H. Hoshi

pp. 267-267

 


320 MPF ACTIVITY AND DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE IN DIFFERENT SIZES OF PREPUBERTAL GOAT OOCYTES 

B. Anguita, A. R. Jimenez-Macedo, D. Izquierdo and M. T. Paramio

pp. 267-268

 


321 OOCYTE DIAMETER INFLUENCES THE MEIOTIC RESUMPTION AND PROGRESSION INDUCED BY OKADAIC ACID IN DOG  

F. Ariu, L. Bogliolo, I. Rosati, M. T. Zedda, S. Pau and S. Ledda

pp. 268-268

 


322 LEPTIN TREATMENT DURING BOVINE OOCYTE MATURATION AFFECTS mRNA LEVELS OF APOPTOSIS-RELATED GENES  

M. Boelhauve, F. F. Paula-Lopes, F. A. Habermann, F. Sinowatz and E. Wolf

pp. 268-269

 


323 INTERACTIONS OF OXYGEN TENSION, GLUCOSE CONCENTRATION, AND HEAT SHOCK ON MATURATION OF BOVINE OOCYTES  

L. A. de Castro e Paula and P. J. Hansen

pp. 269-269

 


324 FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS USING SHORT-INTERFERING (si)RNA OF TRAM-6, A NOVEL TRANSCRIPT ASSOCIATED WITH OOCYTES MATURATION IN CATTLE 

C. E. Farin, J. R. Sommer, K. F. Rodriguez, R. M. Petters and J. E. Alexander

pp. 269-270

 


326 EVALUATION OF CULTURE DURATION AND PARTIAL CUMULUS CELL REMOVAL DURING CANINE OOCYTE MATURATION 

C. Hanna, C. Long, M. Westhusin and D. Kraemer

pp. 270-271

 


325 ACTIVITY OF MATURATION-PROMOTING FACTOR (MPF) AND MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN KINASES DURING IN VITRO MATURATION OF BUFFALO OOCYTES (BUBALUS BUBALIS)  

B. Gasparrini, G. Leoni, L. Boccia, M. Galiotto, S. Ledda and L. Zicarelli

pp. 270-270

 


327 OOCYTE-SECRETED FACTORS DIRECTLY AFFECT OOCYTE DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE DURING IN VITRO MATURATION OF THE BOVINE CUMULUS–OOCYTE COMPLEX  

T. S. Hussein, R. B. Gilchrist and J. G. Thompson

pp. 271-271

 


328 EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR ENHANCES MEIOTIC MATURATION OF CANINE OOCYTES IN THE PRESENCE OF BSA  

Y.-X. Jin, X.-H. Shen, X.-S. Cui, I.-K. Kong and N.-H. Kim

pp. 271-272

 


329 SUPPRESSION OF BOVINE OOCYTE IVM BY SERUM AND FSH DEPRIVATION OR BY α-AMANITIN: EFFECT ON FERTILIZATION AND EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT 

K. Kananen-Anttila, M. Eronen, J. Matilainen, M. Kallio, J. Peippo and M. Halmekytö

pp. 272-272

 


330 THE PROTEIN EXPRESSION PROFILE (SECRETOME) OF INDIVIDUAL CUMULUS–OOCYTE COMPLEXES DURING IVM IN THE MOUSE IS AFFECTED BY FSH  

M. G. Katz-Jaffe, C. Sheehan, W. B. Schoolcraft and D. K. Gardner

pp. 272-273

 


331 DEVELOPMENT OF CANINE SYNTHETIC OVIDUCT FLUID (cSOF) MEDIUM AND EFFECT OF THE cSOF IN IN VITRO NUCLEAR MATURATION OF CANINE OOCYTES 

M. K. Kim, H. J. Oh, Y. H. Fibrianto, G. Jang, H. J. Kim, M. S. Hossein, E. S. Lee, S. K. Kang, B. C. Lee and W. S. Hwang

pp. 273-273

 


332 EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT AFTER SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER OF PORCINE OOCYTES MEIOTICALLY INHIBITED WITH ROSCOVITINE  

S. W. Kim, D. H. Kim, J. S. Seo, G. S. Im, B. C. Yang, H. S. Park, I. S. Hwang, H. T. Cheong and B. S. Yang

pp. 273-274

 


333 IN VIVO PREMATURATION AFFECTS PROTEIN SYNTHESIS AT THE BEGINNING OF IN VITRO MATURATION 

H. M. Knijn, P. L. A. M. Vos, S. J. Dieleman and P. J. M. Hendriksen

pp. 274-274

 


334 EFFECT OF INSULIN ON IN VITRO MATURATION OF CANINE OOCYTES  

H. S. Lee, Y. I. Seo, X. J. Yin, S. G. Cho, I. H. Bae, D. H. Oh and I. K. Kong

pp. 275-275

 


335 DEVELOPMENTAL ABILITY OF PIG OOCYTES TREATED WITH EGF DURING IN VITRO MATURATION 

H. T. Lee, S. J. Uhm, D. W. Han, S.-H. Lee, A. R. Kim, S. J. Park, M. K. Gupta, C. K. Park, H. M. Chung, Y. B. Kim and K. S. Chung

pp. 275-275

 


336 SHEEP OOCYTES MATURED IN A SIMPLEX MEDIUM (HECM-1), AN ANSWER TO IN VITRO FERTILIZATION 

C. Navarro-Maldonado, Y. Ducolomb-Ramirez, A. Galindo-Rodriguez and A. Rosado-Garcia

pp. 275-276

 


337 EFFECTS OF CANINE SYNTHETIC OVIDUCT FLUID MEDIUM SUPPLEMENTED WITH THE VARIOUS ENERGY SUBSTRATES ON IN VITRO MATURATION OF CANINE OOCYTES  

H. J. Oh, M. K. Kim, Y. H . Fibrianto, G. Jang, H. J. Kim, M. S. Hossein, E. S. Lee, S. K. Kang, B. C. Lee and W. S. Hwang

pp. 276-276

 


338 EFFECTS OF CUMULUS CELLS AND FOLLICULAR FLUID ON PLASMINOGEN ACTIVATOR ACTIVITY AND OOCYTE MATURATION IN VITRO IN THE PIG  

C.-K. Park, J.-Y. An, S.-J. Sa, H.-T. Cheong, B.-K. Yang and C.-I. Kim

pp. 276-277

 


339 DIFFERENTIAL MECHANISM OF LEPTIN ACTION IMPROVING NUCLEAR MATURATION AND DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE OF BOVINE OOCYTES  

F. F. Paula-Lopes, M. Boelhauve, F. Habermann, F. Sinowatz and E. Wolf

pp. 277-277

 


340 IN VITRO MATURATION OF PREPUBERTAL BOVINE OOCYTES ON A GRANULOSA CELL MONOLAYER FROM ADULT ANIMALS IMPROVES THEIR DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE  

S. Ponebsek, C. Wrenzycki, K.-G. Hadeler, D. Herrmann, K. Korsawe and H. Niemann

pp. 277-278

 


341 OXYGEN TENSION AND EGF AFFECT METABOLISM OF IN VITRO-MATURED CUMULUS-ENCLOSED MOUSE OOCYTES 

K. A. Preis, G. E. Seidel Jr and D. K. Gardner

pp. 278-278

 


342 DEVELOPMENT OF PIG OOCYTES MATURED AND FERTILIZED IN CHEMICALLY DEFINED MEDIUM CONTAINING PVA, PVP, AND PFF  

H.-B. Seok and I.-D. Kim

pp. 278-279

 


343 EFFECTS OF EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR SUPPLEMENTATION ON IN VITRO MATURATION AND GENE EXPRESSION OF CANINE OOCYTES  

H.-J. Song, S.-H. Lee, G.-H. Maeng, J.-G. Kim, S. Balasubramanian, S.-Y. Choe and G.-J. Rho

pp. 279-279

 


344 PENTOSE PHOSPHATE PATHWAY ACTIVITY CONTROLS NUCLEAR MATURATION OF PORCINE OOCYTES 

L. Tubman, A. Peter and R. Krisher

pp. 279-280

 


345 INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT MATURATION MEDIA ON IN VITRO SWINE EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT 

J. A. Visintin, A. S. Lima, A. B. Nascimento, A. C. Nicacio, M. G. Marques and M. E. O. A. Assumpção

pp. 280-280

 


346 BENEFICIAL EFFECTS OF ACETYL-l-CARNITINE TREATMENT DURING IVM ON POST-FERTILIZATION DEVELOPMENT OF BOVINE OOCYTES IN VITRO  

T. Yamada, H. Imai and M. Yamada

pp. 280-281

 


347 ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION OF LACTATING HOLSTEIN COWS WITH SEXED SPERM  

E. Crichton, S. Huffman, K. McSweeney and J. Schenk

pp. 281-281

 


348 DEVELOPMENT OF A REAL-TIME POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION ASSAY FOR QUANTIFICATION OF Y-CHROMOSOME-BEARING SPERM IN CATTLE  

A. S. Maschari, A. Bettegowda, G. W. Smith and J. R. Pursley

pp. 281-281

 


349 IMPROVING THE FUNCTIONALITY OF STORED FLOW CYTOMETRICALLY SEX-SORTED BOAR SPERMATOZOA: SEDIMENTATION VS. CENTRIFUGATION  

I. Parrilla, J. M. Vazquez, M. A. Gil, E. M. Garcia, I. Caballero, J. Roca and E. A. Martinez

pp. 282-282

 


350 COMPARATIVE TIME-LAPSE STUDIES ON PORCINE EMBRYOS FERTILIZED IN VITRO WITH FLOW CYTOMETRICALLY SEX SORTED SPERMATOZOA 

D. Rath and S. Schulze

pp. 282-282

 


351 INSEMINATION OF HOLSTEIN HEIFERS WITH SEXED SPERM PROCESSED WITH OR WITHOUT EGG YOLK IN THE GLYCEROL-CONTAINING FREEZING MEDIUM  

J. Schenk and E. Crichton

pp. 282-283

 


352 IMPROVING THE EFFICIENCY OF LAPAROSCOPIC INTRAOVIDUCTAL INSEMINATION WITH SEX-SORTED BOAR SPERMATOZOA  

J. M. Vazquez, E. A. Martinez, I. Parrilla, C. Cuello, M. A. Gil, E. Garcia, I. Caballero, C. Almiñana, J. Roca and J. L. Vazquez

pp. 283-283

 


353 IN VITRO FERTILIZATION WITH FLOW-SORTED BUFFALO SPERM 

M. Zhang, X. W. Liang, Y. Q. Lu and K. H. Lu

pp. 283-284

 


354 POOR EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT AFTER ICSI WITH DOMESTIC CAT TESTICULAR SPERM IS OVERCOME BY CENTROSOME AND MIDPIECE REPLACEMENT  

P. Comizzoli, D. Wildt and B. Pukazhenthi

pp. 284-284

 


355 IMPROVEMENT OF CUMULUS-FREE IN VITRO MATURATION AND ITS APPLICATION TO MICROINSEMINATION WITH PRIMARY SPERMATOCYTES IN MICE  

H. Miki, N. Ogonuki, K. Inoue, T. Baba and A. Ogura

pp. 284-285

 


356 BLASTOCYST DEVELOPMENT FROM DOMESTIC CAT OOCYTES INJECTED WITH DEHYDRATED SPERMATOZOA  

A. Moisan, S. Leibo, J. Lynn, M. Gómez, C. Pope, K. Bondioli, B. Dresser and R. Godke

pp. 285-285

 


357 FERTILIZATION AND EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT OF PORCINE OOCYTES FOLLOWING INTRACYTOPLASMIC SPERM HEAD INJECTION ENHANCED BY ELECTRIC STIMULATION TO OOCYTES BUT NOT BY PRE-TREATMENT OF SPERMATOZOA WITH DITHIOTHREITOL  

M. Nakai, N. Kashiwazaki, A. Takizawa, N. Maedomari, M. Ozawa, J. Noguchi, H. Kaneko, M. Shino and K. Kikuchi

pp. 285-286

 


358 MICROINSEMINATION USING MALE GERM CELLS FROM EPIDIDYMIDES AND TESTES STORED IN FREEZERS WITHOUT CRYOPROTECTANT  

N. Ogonuki, K. Mochida, A. Shinmen, M. Ohkawa, H. Miki, K. Inoue, M. Fray, K. Moriwaki, Y. Obata and A. Ogura

pp. 286-286

 


359 ICSI AND ACTIVATION OF OOCYTES RECOVERED FROM TRANSITIONAL AND CYCLING MARES 

T. Suh, S. Purcell and G. Seidel Jr

pp. 286-287

 


360 THE EFFECTS OF PROGESTERONE AND PRESENCE OF CORPUS LUTEUM ON SUPEROVULATION IN BEEF CATTLE (BOS TAURUS)  

M. Burns, D. Lapin, A. Brown and J. Gibbons

pp. 287-287

 


361 OVIDUCT CILIARY CURRENTS IN BOVINE AND BUFFALO AT DAY 1 AFTER OVULATION  

N. A. T. Carvalho, M. Nichi, A. G. Gallupo, G. M. Melo, R. J. Souza, M. DAngelo and P. S. Baruselli

pp. 287-288

 


362 EFFECT OF TIME OF REMOVAL OF A PROGESTERONE RELEASING DEVICE AND GnRH TREATMENT ON THE INTERVAL TO AND DISTRIBUTION OF OVULATIONS IN SUPERSTIMULATED BEEF COWS 

P. Chesta, D. Maraña, L. Peres and G. A. Bo

pp. 288-288

 


363 EFFECT OF OESTRADIOL VALERATE OR BENZOATE ON INDUCTION OF A NEW FOLLICULAR WAVE EMERGENCE IN BOS INDICUS COWS AND HEIFERS TREATED WITH NORGESTOMET AURICULAR IMPLANT  

M. F. de Sa Filho, E. L. Reis, H. Ayres, L. U. Gimenes, A. A. C. Peres, C. A. B. Carvalho, J. B. Carvalho, C. A. S. C. Araujo and P. S. Baruselli

pp. 289-289

 


364 DISTRIBUTION OF OVULATION AND SUBSEQUENT EMBRYO PRODUCTION USING LUTROPIN AND ESTRADIOL-17β FOR TIMED AI OF SUPERSTIMULATED BEEF FEMALES 

W. Larkin, P. Chesta, C. Looney, G. Bo and D. Forrest

pp. 289-290

 


365 THE EFFECT OF ADMINISTERING PROGESTERONE AND ESTRADIOL PRIOR TO eFSH ON THE SUPEROVULATORY RESPONSE OF MARES  

N. Logan, P. McCue, M. Alonso and E. Squires

pp. 290-290

 


366 THE BOVINE MODEL FOR REPRODUCTIVE AGING: SUPEROVULATORY RESPONSE  

P. S. Malhi, G. P. Adams, R. J. Mapletoft and J. Singh

pp. 290-291

 


367 INFLUENCE OF SUPERESTIMULATION AND HORMONAL DEPRIVATION PROTOCOLS ON IN VITRO PRODUCTION OF NELORE EMBRYOS (BOS TAURUS INDICUS) 

C. M. Barros, M. M. G. Ferreira, J. R. Potiens, B. G. Eberhardt, D. S. Melo and F. M. Monteiro

pp. 291-291

 


368 OOCYTE ASPIRATION FROM TRANSITIONAL AND CYCLING MARES TREATED WITH eFSH 

S. H. Purcell, T. K. Suh and G. E. Seidel Jr

pp. 291-292

 


369 ASSESSMENT OF SEMEN QUALITY FOR PREDICTING RECOVERY OF VIABLE EMBRYOS IN SUPEROVULATED CATTLE  

F. N. Schrick, A. M. Saxton and B. K. Stroud

pp. 292-292

 


370 HISTONE PHOSPHORYLATION PATTERNS AND CHROMOSOMAL STABILITY OF CULTURED BOVINE FIBROBLASTS 

A. Giraldo, J. Lynn, R. Godke, J. Jenkins and K. Bondioli

pp. 290-290

 


371 EVALUATION OF ENRICHMENT STRATEGIES FOR PORCINE SPERMATOGONIA BY EXPRESSION OF PROTEIN GENE PRODUCT 9.5, A SPERMATOGONIA-SPECIFIC MARKER IN THE PIG TESTIS  

J. Luo, S. Megee, R. Rathi and I. Dobrinski

pp. 293-293

 


372 LASER-ASSISTED LENTIVIRAL TRANSGENESIS IN BOVINE EMBRYOS  

S. Ewerling, A. Hofmann, R. Klose, K. Rink, G. Brem, A. Pfeifer and E. Wolf

pp. 293-294

 


373 SPERM TREATMENT AFFECTS THE EFFICIENCY OF PORCINE TRANSGENIC EMBRYO PRODUCTION BY ICSI  

F. A. García-Vázquez, Al. Gutiérrez-Adán and J. Gadea

pp. 294-294

 


374 PRODUCTION OF TRANSGENIC CLONED PIGLETS BY USING PORCINE FETAL FIBROBLASTS OVEREXPRESSING ENDOTHELIAL NITRIC OXIDE SYNTHASE  

Y. H. Hao, H. Y. Yong, C. N. Murphy, D. Wax, M. Samuel, A. Rieke, E. M. Price, R. M. McAllister, J. R. Turk, E. B. Rucker, M. H. Laughlin and R. S. Prather

pp. 294-295

 


375 PRODUCTION OF GERMLINE TRANSGENIC CHICKENS USING MURINE LEUKEMIA VIRUS-BASED RETROVIRUS VECTOR SYSTEM  

B. C. Koo, M. S. Kwon, B. R. Choi, W. Chang, I. Jeon and T. Kim

pp. 295-295

 


376 VECTOR-MEDIATED GENE TRANSFER INTO RHESUS MACAQUE EMBRYOS  

H. M. Kubisch, C. Gagliardi, D. G. Romero, B. A. Bunnell and M. S. Ratterree

pp. 295-295

 


377 DEVELOPMENT OF A VIBRATORY MICROINJECTION SYSTEM TO INCREASE THE PRODUCTION RATE OF TRANSGENIC ANIMALS  

F. Miyawaki, J. Hasegawa, T. Kikuchi, M. Tsuchiya, Y. Saito, H. Suzuki, T. Ippongi, K. Kobayashi and S. Itohara

pp. 296-296

 


378 EFFECT OF TRANSGENE CONCENTRATION AND FLANKING MATRIX ATTACHMENT REGIONS ON THE EFFICIENCY OF ICSI-MEDIATED TRANSGENIC MOUSE PRODUCTION  

P. N. Moreira, J. Pozueta, F. Valdivieso, L. Montoliu and A. Gutiérrez-Adán

pp. 296-296

 


379 LACTATION INDUCTION IN PREPUBERTAL BULLS AND HEIFERS AS A TOOL FOR PREDICTING MAMMARY SPECIFIC TRANSGENE EXPRESSION IN CATTLE  

A. Powell, D. Kerr and R. Wall

pp. 296-297

 


380 COMPARISON OF TRANSGENE EXPRESSIONS BY ICSI AND PRONUCLEAR MICROINJECTION IN MURINE AND PORCINE EMBRYOS 

H. Saito, H.-O. Kawano, M. Kurome, R. Tomii, S. Ueno, K. Hiruma and H. Nagashima

pp. 297-297

 


381 PRODUCTION OF A TRANSGENIC PIGLET BY A NEW SPERM INJECTION TECHNIQUE  

H. Y. Yong, C. Murphy, A. Rieke, L. Lai, Y. Hao, R. Li, D. Wax, M. Samuel, S. Korte, K. Whitworth and R. Prather

pp. 297-298

 


382 ULTRASONOGRAPHIC EVALUATION OF AMNIOTIC SAC SIZE DURING EARLY PREGNANCY IN COWS 

M. Panarace, C. Garnil, G. Jauregui, J. Lagioia, M. Marfil and M. Medina

pp. 298-298

 


  
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