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Reproduction, Fertility and Development Reproduction, Fertility and Development
Volume 20 Number 1 2008
Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the International Embryo Transfer Society, Denver, Colorado, USA, 5-9 January 2008
Full Papers and Abstracts for Poster Presentation


IETS 2008 author index 


pp. 239-245

 


IETS 2008 abstracts 


pp. 81-238

  
 


Recipient of the 2008 IETS Pioneer Award: George E. Seidel, Jr., PhD 


pp. xxv-xxvi

 


Female reproductive tract fluids: composition, mechanism of formation and potential role in the developmental origins of health and disease 

Henry J. Leese, Sasha A. Hugentobler, Susan M. Gray, Dermot G. Morris, Roger G. Sturmey, Sarah-Louise Whitear and Joseph M. Sreenan

pp. 1-8

  
 


Dissection of culture media for embryos: the most important and less important components and characteristics 

David K. Gardner

pp. 9-18

  
 


Are scientific societies serving the needs of graduate and postdoctoral students? 

Janice M. Bahr

pp. 19-22

  
 


To QC or not to QC: the key to a consistent laboratory? 

Michelle Lane, Megan Mitchell, Kara S. Cashman, Deanne Feil, Sarah Wakefield and Deirdre L. Zander-Fox

pp. 23-32

  
 


Experimental design, power and sample size for animal reproduction experiments 

Phillip L. Chapman and George E. Seidel, Jr.

pp. 33-44

  
 


Cytoplasmic and nuclear determinants of the maternal-to-embryonic transition 

Anilkumar Bettegowda, Kyung-Bon Lee and George W. Smith

pp. 45-53

  
 


Insights and applications from sequencing the bovine genome 

David L. Adelson

pp. 54-60

  
 


Commercialising genetically engineered animal biomedical products 

Eddie J. Sullivan, Jerry Pommer and James M. Robl

pp. 61-66

  
 


Current ethical issues in animal biotechnology 

Paul B. Thompson

pp. 67-73

  
 


Epigenetic regulation during mammalian oogenesis 

John Bromfield, Will Messamore and David F. Albertini

pp. 74-80

  
 


1 DIFFERENCES IN RESUMPTION OF OOCYTE MATURATION IN YOUNG AND OLD MARES  

L. F. Campos-Chillon, C. M. Clay, J. L. Altermatt, G. J. Bouma and E. M. Carnevale

pp. 81-81

 


2 DETECTION OF ANTISENSE TO Igf2r (AIR) RNA IN CATTLE  

W. T. Farmer, P. W. Farin, S. R. Bischoff, J. E. Alexander, J. A. Piedrahita and C. E. Farin

pp. 81-81

 


3 IN VITRO MATURATION ALTERS GENE EXPRESSION IN MOUSE OOCYTES  

M. Paczkowski, C. Bidwell, D. Spurlock, J. Waddell and R. L. Krisher

pp. 82-82

 


4 IMPAIRED INCRETIN EFFECT IN TRANSGENIC PIGS EXPRESSING A DOMINANT NEGATIVE RECEPTOR FOR GLUCOSE-DEPENDENT INSULINOTROPIC POLYPEPTIDE IN THE PANCREATIC ISLETS  

S. Renner, B. Keßler, N. Herbach, D. C. von Waldthausen, R. Wanke, A. Hofmann, A. Pfeifer and E. Wolf

pp. 82-82

 


5 TRANSCRIPTIONAL PROFILING OF PIG IN IN VIVO, IN VITRO-FERTILIZED, AND NUCLEAR TRANSFER-DERIVED BLASTOCYSTS AND THE DONOR SOMATIC CELL LINE  

K. M. Whitworth, L. D. Spate, R. Li, A. Rieke, D. M. Wax, P. Sutovsky, J. A. Green and R. S. Prather

pp. 83-83

 


6 LENTIVIRAL TRANSGENESIS IN MICE AND NONHUMAN PRIMATES 

S. Y. Yang, P. C. Cheng and A. W. S. Chan

pp. 83-83

 


7 EFFECT OF DENSITY GRADIENT CENTRIFUGATION WITH TRYPSIN ON THE FERTILIZING CAPABILITY OF BOVINE SPERM 

B. A. Blevins, M. de la Rey and N. M. Loskutoff

pp. 84-84

 


8 FLOW CYTOMETRIC MONITORING OF CHOLERA TOXIN B SUBUNIT BINDING TO BOVINE SPERMATOZOA  

M. Boilard, M. Beaulieu and P. Blondin

pp. 84-84

 


9 COMPARATIVE EFFICACY OF AN 8-DAY Cue-Mate®/ESTRADIOL BENZOATE PROGRAM WITH OR WITHOUT INCLUSION OF EQUINE CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN IN ANESTROUS DAIRY COWS 

M. A. Bryan, R. Emslie and C. Heuer

pp. 85-85

 


10 INOCULATION OF CULTURE-NEGATIVE PORCINE SEMEN WITH NOVEL BIOFILM-FORMING BACTERIA  

S. Clark, A. Ness, J. Baldrighi, L. Borst, C. Maddox and B. Payne

pp. 85-85

 


11 EVALUATION OF A CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAM FOR VETERINARIANS: OUTCOME ASSESSMENT OF APPLIED REPRODUCTIVE TECHNIQUES IN BEEF PRODUCTION  

F. A. Di Croce, P. H. Bergonzelli, A. L. Soraci and G. M. Schuenemann

pp. 86-86

 


12 COMPUTER-ASSISTED SPERM ANALYSIS OF FRESH EPIDIDYMAL CAT SPERMATOZOA AND THE IMPACT OF COOLED STORAGE (4°C) ON SPERM QUALITY  

M. Filliers, T. Rijsselaere, P. Bossaert, V. De Causmaecker, J. Dewulf, C. E. Pope and A. Van Soom

pp. 86-86

 


13 STRATEGIES TO INCREASE OVULATORY FOLLICLE SIZE AND REDUCE OVULATION TIME IN LACTATING DAIRY COWS  

J. O. Giordano, J. L. Edwards, G. M. Schuenemann, N. Rohrbach and F. N. Schrick

pp. 87-87

 


14 MORPHOLOGICAL AND FUNCTIONAL PARAMETERS OF ENDANGERED BERMEYA GOAT BREED SEMEN  

C. O. Hidalgo, A. Rodríguez, C. Díez, D. Martín, M. Carbajo, A. Martínez, J. de la Fuente, A. T. Palasz, J. M. Benito and C. Tamargo

pp. 87-87

 


15 HEAT SHOCK COGNATE 70 PROTEIN IMPROVES THE LONG-TERM SURVIVAL OF RAM SPERMATOZOA DURING STORAGE AT 17°C IN A COMMERCIAL EXTENDER  

R. E. Lloyd, P. F. Watson and W. V. Holt

pp. 88-88

 


16 COMPUTER-ASSISTED SPERM ANALYSIS SPERM PARAMETERS OF BOS TAURUS CRIOLLOS BULL SEMEN v. THOSE OF OTHER BOS TAURUS BREEDS IN ARGENTINA 

M. G. Lüssenhoff, G. Larraburu, R. Cavia, A. Garcia Guerra and G. M. Brogliatti

pp. 88-88

 


17 INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT CONCENTRATIONS OF PROGESTERONE DURING FIXED-TIME ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION PROTOCOLS ON OVULATION AND PREGNANCY RATES IN NELORE HEIFERS 

M. F. Pegorer, R. L. Ereno and C. M. Barros

pp. 89-89

 


18 PREGNANCY RATES IN DUAL-PURPOSE CROSSBRED (BOS TAURUS × BOS INDICUS) HEIFERS TREATED WITH DIFFERENT OVSYNCH-BASED PROTOCOLS  

F. Perea-Ganchou, A. De Ondiz, C. Ramirez, R. Palomares-Naveda, H. J. Hernandez-Fonseca and G. Portillo-Martinez

pp. 89-89

 


19 THE EFFECT OF PROGESTERONE ON FOLLICULAR DEVELOPMENT AND PREGNANCY RATE IN BEEF CATTLE  

L. F. Pfeifer, R. Mapletoft, G. Adams, J. Kastelic, J. Small, F. Dias and J. Singh

pp. 90-90

 


20 ADMINISTRATION OF FOLLICLE-STIMULATING HORMONE AT CIDR REMOVAL DOES NOT AFFECT THE PREGNANCY RATE IN A CIDR-BASED, COSYNCH PROTOCOL IN LACTATING BEEF COWS  

J. Small, F. Dias, L. Pfeifer, K. Lightfoot, M. Colazo, J. Kastelic and R. Mapletoft

pp. 90-90

 


21 DEVELOPMENT OF A TIMED INSEMINATION PROGRAM IN DAIRY HEIFERS AS A PLATFORM TO DETERMINE IF FLUNIXIN MEGLUMINE IMPROVES PREGNANCY RATE AND EMBRYO SURVIVAL 

W. W. Thatcher, C. A. Risco, J. Larson, M. J. Thatcher, F. Lima and S. A. Woodall

pp. 90-91

 


22 PREGNANCY RATES IN DAIRY COWS TREATED WITH PROGESTERONE-RELEASING DEVICES AND DIFFERENT GONADOTROPIN-RELEASING HORMONE OR ESTRADIOL PLUS EQUINE CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN FIXED-TIME ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION PROTOCOLS  

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

pp. 91-91

 


23 PRODUCTION OF HANDMADE CLONED GOAT BLASTOCYSTS USING FETAL FIBROBLAST CELLS 

Y. S. Akshey, D. Malakar and A. K. De

pp. 91-92

 


24 DEVELOPMENT OF BOVINE CLONED EMBRYOS PRODUCED BY NUCLEAR TRANSFER OF EMBRYONIC CULTURED CELLS ISOLATED FROM SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER BLASTOCYSTS 

X. J. Bai, J. L. Yu, M. Murakami, Y. Zhang and Y. J. Dong

pp. 92-92

 


25 CRYOPRESERVATION AND IN VITRO CULTURE AFFECT HISTONE ACETYLATION LEVELS OF BOVINE FIBROBLASTS 

L. Chacón, M. C. Gómez, J. A. Jenkins, G. Wirtu, B. L. Dresser and C. E. Pope

pp. 93-93

 


26 NUCLEAR REPROGRAMMING AND EMBRYONIC AND FETAL DEVELOPMENT OF CLONED OVINE EMBRYOS PRODUCED USING CAFFEINE-TREATED OOCYTES AS CYTOPLAST RECIPIENTS  

I. Choi, J.-H. Lee, P. Fisher and K. H. S. Campbell

pp. 93-94

 


27 EFFECT OF ACTIVATION METHODS AND BIOPSY SAMPLING ON NUCLEAR TRANSFER BLASTOCYST PRODUCTION AND CLONING EFFICIENCY IN A HORSE  

Y. H. Choi, D. L. Hartman, R. A. Fissore, S. J. Bedford and K. Hinrichs

pp. 94-94

 


28 HIGH HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE IMPROVED DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE OF PORCINE OOCYTES FOR HANDMADE CLONING 

Y. Du, L. Lin, C. Pribenszky, M. Molnár, P. M. Kragh, J. Li, X. Zhang, H. Yang, A. M. Pedersen, K. Villemoes, L. Bolund and G. Vajta

pp. 94-95

 


29 EVALUATION OF DIFFERENT FUSION PARAMETERS IN THE RECONSTRUCTION OF SWINE HANDMADE CLONING EMBRYOS  

C. Feltrin, A. S. Lima, M. Monaco, S. M. Wilson, D. Kim, M. B. Wheeler and J. L. Rodrigues

pp. 95-95

 


30 INHIBITION OF DNA METHYLTRANSFERASE 1 EXPRESSION IN BOVINE FIBROBLAST CELLS FOR NUCLEAR TRANSFER 

A. M. Giraldo, J. W. Lynn, M. N. Purpera, R. A. Godke and K. R. Bondioli

pp. 95-96

 


31 ALTERED HYPOTHALAMIC-PITUITARY-ADRENAL AXIS RESPONSE IN WEANED CLONED CALVES  

M. P. Green, M. C. Berg and R. S. F. Lee

pp. 96-96

 


32 FIRST SHEEP CLONES BORN IN SOUTH AMERICA 

J. Gutierrez, J. Balladares, G. Suarez, M. Pugliese, F. Rigali, L. Cané, M. Panarace and M. Medina

pp. 96-97

 


33 PRE-AND POST-IMPLANTATION DEVELOPMENT OF EMBRYOS CLONED FROM PORCINE SKIN-DERIVED SPHERE STEM CELLS  

Y. H. Hao, D. Wax, Z. S. Zhong, C. N. Murphy, L. Spate, M. Samuel, A. Rieke, P. Dyce, J. L. Li and R. S. Prather

pp. 97-97

 


34 MEIOTIC RECOMBINATION IN SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER BULLS AND THEIR OFFSPRING 

E. J. Hart, A. Pinton, A. Powell, R. Wall and W. A. King

pp. 97-98

 


35 IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT OF NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYOS DERIVED FROM PORCINE EMBRYONIC GERM CELLS AND THEIR DESCENDENT NEURAL PRECURSOR CELLS  

S. Y. Heo, K. S. Ahn, D. C. Na, J. Y. Won, H. B. Seok, S. J. Choi and H. Shim

pp. 98-98

 


36 CLONED BEAGLE DOGS DERIVED FROM FETAL FIBROBLASTS BY NUCLEAR TRANSFER 

S. G. Hong, G. Jang, M. K. Kim, H. J. Oh, J. E. Park, S. K. Kang, D. Y. Kim and B. C. Lee

pp. 98-99

 


37 EFFECTS OF TRICHOSTATIN A TREATMENT ON BOVINE SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYOS 

A. E. Iager, Z. Beyhan, P. J. Ross, N. P. Ragina, K. Cunniff, R. M. Rodriguez and J. B. Cibelli

pp. 99-99

 


38 EFFECTS OF TRICHOSTATIN A ON DNA METHYLATION IN CLONED BOVINE EMBRYOS  

D. Iwamoto, S. Kishigami, S. Taniguchi, Y. Abe, T. Matsui, A. Kasamatsu, A. Tatemizo, T. Mitani, H. Kato, K. Matsumoto, Y. Hosoi, T. Wakayama, A. Iritani and K. Saeki

pp. 99-99

 


39 CLONAL OFFSPRING DERIVED FROM SEPARATED BLASTOMERES IN CYNOMOLGUS MONKEYS (MACACA FASCICULARIS)  

C. Iwatani, J. Okahara-Narita, J. Yamasaki, H. Tsuchiya and R. Torii

pp. 100-100

 


40 EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF RECONSTRUCTED MOUSE EMBRYOS USING BONE MARROW CELLS FROZEN WITHOUT CRYOPROTECTANT  

H. Kato, A. Nakao, M. Nishiwaki, M. Anzai, T. Mitani, K. Matsumoto, K. Saeki, Y. Hosoi and A. Iritani

pp. 100-100

 


41 NUCLEAR REMODELING IS AFFECTED BY TREATMENT OF BOVINE OOCYTES WITH A PROTEASOME INHIBITOR BEFORE NUCLEAR TRANSFER  

D. Le Bourhis, L. Gall, S. Ruffini, Y. Heyman and X. Vignon

pp. 101-101

 


42 DEVELOPMENT OF PIG EMBRYOS CLONED FROM DONOR CELLS TREATED WITH TRICHOSTATIN A 

J. Li, Y. Du, P. M. Kragh, S. Purup, K. Villemoes, A. M. Pedersen, A. L. Jørgensen, L. Bolund, H. M. Yang and G. Vajta

pp. 101-101

 


43 PRODUCTION OF CLONED BLASTOCYSTS USING EPITHELIAL CELLS CULTURED FROM BOVINE SEMEN 

J. Liu, M. E. Westhusin and D. C. Kraemer

pp. 102-102

 


44 EFFECT OF CYTOPLAST VOLUME ON FERTILIZATION AND EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT IN PORCINE M-II OOCYTES RECONSTRUCTED WITH KARYOPLASTS AND CYTOPLASTS OBTAINED BY THE 'CENTRI-FUSION' METHOD  

N. Maedomari, K. Kikuchi, M. Fahrudin, N. Nakai, M. Ozawa, T. Somfai, J. Ito, J. Noguchi, H. Kaneko, T. Nagai and N. Kashiwazaki

pp. 102-102

 


45 EFFECT OF TRICHOSTATIN A TREATMENT ON THE TERM DEVELOPMENT OF SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER RABBIT EMBRYOS 

Q. Meng, Z. Polgar, J. Liu and A. Dinnyes

pp. 103-103

 


46 EXPRESSION OF TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS SPECIFIC TO THE TROPHOBLAST LINEAGE IN MOUSE SOMATIC NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYOS  

T. Mitani, M. Nishiwaki, M. Anzai, H. Kato, Y. Hosoi and A. Iritani

pp. 103-104

 


47 SUCCESSFULLY PRODUCING CLONED MICE FROM SOMATIC CELLS OF AGED MICE VIA ESTABLISHED ntES CELL LINES  

E. Mizutani, T. Ono, L. Chong and T. Wakayama

pp. 104-104

 


48 THE AMOUNT OF TELOMERIC DNA IN LYMPHOCYTES OF DOG CLONES  

H. J. Oh, M. K. Kim, G. Jang, H. J. Kim, S. G. Hong, J. E. Park, S. H. Sohn, S. K. Kang, P. D. Ryu and B. C. Lee

pp. 104-105

 


49 EARLY ASPECTS OF NUCLEAR REPROGRAMMING FOLLOWING BOVINE SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER 

I. Petrovicova, O. Svarcova, F. Strejcek, A. Lucas-Hahn, E. Lemme, H. Niemann, J. Laurincik and P. Maddox-Hyttel

pp. 105-105

 


50 EFFECT OF AGGREGATION OR FUSION ON DEVELOPMENT AND CELL NUMBER OF BOVINE EMBRYOS PRODUCED BY HANDMADE CLONING AND PARTHENOGENESIS 

E. S. Ribeiro, R. P. C. Gerger, L. U. Ohlweiler, I. Ortigari Jr, F. Forell, L. R. Bertolini, J. C. Mezzalira, J. L. Rodrigues, C. E. Ambrósio, M. A. Miglino, A. D. Vieira, A. Mezzalira and M. Bertolini

pp. 105-106

 


51 CHARACTERIZATION OF HISTONE H3 LYSINE 27 TRI-METHYLATION AND POLYCOMB GROUP GENE EXPRESSION IN BOVINE FERTILIZED, PARTHENOGENETIC, AND CLONED EMBRYOS  

P. J. Ross, N. Ragina, R. M. Rodriguez, K. Siripattarapravat, N. Lopez-Corrales, A. E. Iager and J. B. Cibelli

pp. 106-106

 


52 INITIATION OF PREGNANCIES IN SOUTH AFRICAN RIVERINE RABBIT (BUNOLAGUS MONTICULARES) BY INTERSPECIES NUCLEAR TRANSFER USING ADIPOSE-DERIVED SOMATIC CELLS 

M. J. Sansinena, D. Owiny, R. S. Denniston, D. Salamone and D. Barry

pp. 106-107

 


53 EFFECTS OF DEMECOLCINE ON MICROTUBULE COMPOSITION AND CHEMICALLY ASSISTED ENUCLEATION OF BOVINE OOCYTES 

N. Z. Saraiva, F. Perecin, S. C. Méo, C. R. Ferreira, T. A. D. Tetzner, C. S. Oliveira and J. M. Garcia

pp. 107-108

 


54 CHEMICAL ENUCLEATION OF IN VITRO-MATURED BUFFALO (BUBALUS BUBALIS) OOCYTES INDUCED BY DEMECOLCINE FOR HANDMADE SOMATIC CELL CLONING  

R. A. Shah, M. S. Chauhan, R. S. Manik and S. K. Singla

pp. 108-108

 


55 LIVE PLASMA MEMBRANE ANALYSIS OF EARLY APOPTOTIC CELL DEATH IN PORCINE ADULT DERMAL FIBROBLASTS PRIOR TO SOMATIC CELL CLONING 

M. Skrzyszowska and M. Samiec

pp. 108-108

 


56 DEVELOPMENT OF INTERSPECIES CLONED EMBRYOS USING SOMATIC CELLS FROM VARIOUS SPECIES AND BOVINE CYTOPLASTS  

B. S. Song, J. S. Kim, X. L. Jin, Y. Y. Lee, Y. J. Cho, C. H. Kim, K. K. Lee and D. B. Koo

pp. 109-109

 


57 GENOME ACTIVATION IN MOUSE EMBRYOS OF DIFFERENT ORIGIN 

O. Svarcova, A. Dinnyes, Z. Polgar, S. Bodo, M. Adorjan, Q. Meng, R. Udupa, M. K. Wang and P. Maddox-Hyttel

pp. 109-110

 


58 PRODUCTION OF CLONED BOVINE EMBRYOS DERIVED FROM AMNIOTIC CELLS OF PREGNANT COWS 

S. Taniguchi, N. Hayashi, Y. Abe, D. Iwamoto, S. Kishigami, M. Kishi, H. Kato, T. Mitani, K. Matsumoto, Y. Hosoi, A. Iritani, Y. Nagao and K. Saeki

pp. 110-110

 


59 IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT OF FELINE CLONED EMBRYOS RECONSTRUCTED WITH PREADIPOCYTES 

R. Tomii, B. Ogawa and H. Nagashima

pp. 110-111

 


60 INFLUENCE OF HOECHST STAINING FOR NUCLEAR TRANSFER ON PARTHENOGENETIC EMBRYOS IN CYNOMOLGUS MONKEYS (MACACA FASCICULARIS) 

H. Tsuchiya, C. Iwatani, J. Okahara-Narita, J. Yamasaki and R. Torii

pp. 111-111

 


61 BOVINE OOPLASM PARTIALLY REMODELS CHIMPANZEE SOMATIC NUCLEI FOLLOWING SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER 

K. Wang, Z. Beyhan, R. Rodriguez, P. J. Ross, A. Lager, G. Kaiser, Y. Chen and J. B. Cibelli

pp. 111-111

 


62 DIFFERENT EFFECT OF TRICHOSTATIN A ON IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT OF PORCINE TRANSGENIC SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER AND PARTHENOGENETICALLY ACTIVATED EMBRYOS 

H. X. Wei, K. Zhang, Y. F. Ma, Y. Li, Q. Y. Li, Y. P. Dai and N. Li

pp. 112-112

 


63 PRODUCTION OF CLONED TRANSGENIC RED CATS 

X. J. Yin, H. S. Lee, X. F. Yu, E. G. Choi, B. C. Koo, M. S. Kwon, Y. S. Lee, S. J. Cho, G. Z. Jin, L. H. Kim, H. D. Shin, T. Kim, N. H. Kim and I. K. Kong

pp. 112-113

 


64 RECONSTRUCTION OF HETEROGENEOUS EMBRYOS BY HUMAN SOMATIC CELLS AND BOVINE ENUCLEATED OOCYTES AND ISOLATION OF PUTATIVE HUMAN EMBRYONIC STEM CELL CLONES 

D. Zhang and H. M. Zhou

pp. 113-113

 


65 CLONED EMBRYOS FROM HORSE SOMATIC CELLS AND ENUCLEATED BOVINE AND OVINE OOCYTES AND THEIR DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE 

H. M. Zhou, B. S. Li and L. J. Zhang

pp. 113-114

 


66 INDIRECT SOLID-SURFACE VITRIFICATION OF MURINE OVARIAN BIOPSIES AND ISOLATED FOLLICLES 

J. M. J. Aerts, J. B. P. De Clercq, S. Andries, J. L. M. R. Leroy and P. E. J. Bols

pp. 114-114

 


67 DELIVERING CHOLESTANOL OR DESMOSTEROL TO BULL SPERM MEMBRANES IMPROVES CRYOSURVIVAL  

E. A. M. Amorim, J. K. Graham, M. Meyers and B. Spizziri

pp. 114-115

 


68 EFFECT OF CO-CULTURE DURING FERTILIZATION OF BUFFALO (BUBALUS BUBALIS) IN VITRO-MATURED DENUDED OOCYTES VITRIFIED BY CRYOTOP  

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

pp. 115-115

 


69 REMOVAL OF CUMULUS CELLS AND PRE-INCUBATION IN CYTOCHALASIN B IMPROVE SURVIVAL OF IMMATURE CAT OOCYTES DURING VITRIFICATION  

P. Comizzoli, D. E. Wildt and B. S. Pukazhenthi

pp. 115-116

 


70 EFFECT OF CRYOPROTECTANT CONCENTRATION ON THE IN VITRO SURVIVAL AND CELL PROLIFERATION OF PORCINE BLASTOCYSTS VITRIFIED USING THE OPEN PULLED STRAW SYSTEM  

C. Cuello, J. Sanchez-Osorio, C. Almiñana, M. A. Gil, I. Caballero, X. Lucas, M. L. Perals, J. M. Vazquez, J. Roca and E. A. Martinez

pp. 116-116

 


71 VITRIFICATION OF BOVINE OOCYTES IN MEDIA WITH GLYCEROL + ETHYLENE GLYCOL BEFORE AND AFTER IN VITRO MATURATION 

L. G. Devito, C. B. Fernandes, H. N. Ferreira and F. C. Landim-Alvarenga

pp. 116-117

 


72 PRESERVATION OF PORCINE GONOCYTES AT 4°C AND IN LIQUID NITROGEN – A PRESERVATION MODEL OF GENETIC RESOURCES IN DOMESTIC ANIMALS AND IN ENDANGERED SPECIES  

M. Fujihara, S. Goel, Y. Kimura, N. Minami, M. Yamada and H. Imai

pp. 117-117

 


73 SUPPLEMENTATION OF FROZEN BOAR SEMEN WITH β-MERCAPTOETHANOL INCREASES THE INCIDENCE OF INTACT CELLS AFTER THAWING  

H. Funahashi, S. Yamaguchi, W. Fujii and T. Murakami

pp. 117-117

 


74 IN VIVO SURVIVAL OF DOMESTIC CAT OOCYTES AFTER VITRIFICATION, INTRACYTOPLASMIC SPERM INJECTION, AND TRANSFER TO RECIPIENTS 

M. C. Gómez, N. Kagawa, C. E. Pope, M. Kuwayama, S. P. Leibo and B. L. Dresser

pp. 118-118

 


75 EFFECT OF PHENAZINE ETHOSULFATE ON PORCINE BLASTOCYST DEVELOPMENT, APOPTOSIS, AND CRYOTOLERANCE AFTER OPEN PULLED STRAW VITRIFICATION  

B. Gajda, Z. Smorag and M. Bryla

pp. 118-118

 


76 COMPUTER-ASSISTED SPERM ANALYSIS OF FROZEN SPERM MOTILITY AFTER DIFFERENT TIMES OF EXPOSURE AT 15°C 

A. Garcia Guerra, M. P. Etcheverry, D. Rodriguez, G. Larraburu and G. M. Brogliatti

pp. 119-119

 


77 EFFECT OF SUGAR SUPPLEMENTATION ON THE CRYOPRESERVATION OF BOAR SPERMATOZOA  

M. Hernandez, T. Cremades, J. M. Vazquez, E. A. Martinez and J. Roca

pp. 119-119

 


78 CRYOPRESERVATION OF FROG (RANA PIPIENS) SPERM CELLS COLLECTED BY NON-LETHAL METHODS  

B. K. Hopkins and C. Herr

pp. 120-120

 


79 DEVELOPMENT TO TERM OF RAT ZYGOTES DERIVED FROM CRYOPRESERVED MATURE OOCYTES AND SPERM THROUGH INTRACYTOPLASMIC SPERM INJECTION 

N. Kashiwazaki, D. Sano, Y. Seita, S. Sugio, C. Suzukamo, M. Nakata, A. Furugaichi, M. Hoshina, T. Inomata and J. Ito

pp. 120-120

 


80 EFFECT OF PRE-EQUILIBRATION TIME ON THE SURVIVAL RATE OF IN VITRO-FERTILIZED BOVINE EMBRYOS AFTER VITRIFICATION 

H. Koyama, A. H. Sugulle and O. Dochi

pp. 120-121

 


81 INDUCED BLASTOCOEL COLLAPSE IMPROVES SURVIVAL RATES OF PORCINE BLASTOCYSTS AFTER VITRIFICATION 

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

pp. 121-121

 


82 VITRIFICATION OF IMMATURE OVINE OOCYTES WITH CRYOLOOP™: EFFECT ON MEIOTIC MATURATION  

A. R. Moawad and K. H. S. Campbell

pp. 122-122

 


83 DEVELOPMENT OF BOVINE IN VITRO-PRODUCED BLASTOCYSTS AFTER CRYOPRESERVATION IN CHEMICALLY DEFINED SOLUTIONS AND ONE-STEP DILUTION  

M. Murakami, T. Otoi, X. J. Bai, Y. J. Dong and T. Suzuki

pp. 122-122

 


84 PRODUCTION OF CLONED PIGLETS FROM NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYOS AFTER VITRIFICATION 

N. Nakayama, R. Tomii, S. Ueno, H. Matsunari, H. Saito, B. Ogawa and H. Nagashima

pp. 123-123

 


85 VITRIFICATION OF IN VITRO-MATURED PORCINE OOCYTES AT THE METAPHASE-II STAGE  

B. Ogawa, S. Ueno, N. Nakayama, H. Matsunari, Y. Ikeda, T. Tohi, H. Saito and H. Nagashima

pp. 123-123

 


86 EFFECTS OF THREE CRYOPRESERVATION SYSTEMS ON LONGEVITY OF STALLION SPERM AFTER THAWING  

D. F. Pasquini, H. N. Ferreira, F. O. Papa, J. A. Dell Aqua Jr and M. A. Alvarenga

pp. 123-124

 


87 OSMOTIC SENSITIVITY OF OKAPI SPERMATOZOA AND DEVELOPMENT OF CRYOPRESERVATION PROTOCOLS USING CRYOMICROSCOPY  

L. M. Penfold

pp. 124-124

 


88 SELECTION OF A CRYOSURVIVAL SPERM POPULATION DOES NOT IMPROVE THE IN VITRO PENETRATING ABILITY OF FROZEN–THAWED BOAR SPERMATOZOA 

M. L. Perals, M. A. Gil, E. M. Garcia, J. Sanchez-Osorio, J. M. Vázquez, E. A. Martinez and J. Roca

pp. 124-125

 


89 IMPROVED POST-WARMING DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE OF OPEN PULLED STRAW-VITRIFIED IN VITRO-PRODUCED BOVINE BLASTOCYSTS BY SUBLETHAL HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE PRETREATMENT 

C. Pribenszky, F. E. Siqueira, M. Molnár, A. Harnos and R. Rumpf

pp. 125-125

 


90 THE EFFECT OF LIPID SEGREGATION WITH OR WITHOUT ZONA PELLUCIDA LASER DRILLING ON POST-THAW EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT OF IN VITRO-PRODUCED BOVINE EMBRYOS  

J. H. Pryor, C. R. Looney, S. Romo, D. C. Kraemer and C. R. Long

pp. 125-126

 


91 A NOVEL TECHNIQUE FOR EVALUATION OF THE LIPID CONTENT IN PIG EMBRYOS 

M. Romek, B. Gajda, E. Krzysztofowicz and Z. Smorag

pp. 126-126

 


92 PROCESSING OF POSTMORTEM BOVINE EPIDIDYMAL SPERM AFTER COOLING THE TESTES FOR 24 HOURS 

J. R. Saenz, C. A. Guerrero, D. Paccamonti, B. Eilts, K. R. Bondioli and R. A. Godke

pp. 126-127

 


93 PRODUCTION OF LIVE PIGLETS BY CRYOPRESERVATION OF IN VITRO-PRODUCED PORCINE ZYGOTES  

T. Somfai, N. Kashiwazaki, M. Ozawa, J. Noguchi, H. Kaneko, M. Nakai, N. Maedomari, T. Nagai and K. Kikuchi

pp. 127-127

 


94 CRYOPRESERVATION OF HONEY BEE SPERMATOZOA  

M. Stucky, B. K. Hopkins and C. Herr

pp. 127-128

 


95 EFFICACY OF FIVE DIFFERENT SEMEN EXTENDERS FOR THE CRYOPRESERVATION OF BULL SEMEN  

B. Szczesniak-Fabianczyk, M. Bochenek, A. T. Palasz, J. De la Fuente and Z. Smorag

pp. 128-128

 


96 EFFECT OF DIETARY SUPPLEMENTATION WITH TUNA OIL ON THE LIPID COMPOSITION OF BOAR SPERMATOZOA AND CHARACTERISTICS OF SEMEN  

C. A. A. Torres, E. A. M. Amorim, L. S. Amorim, J. K. Graham and M. Meyers

pp. 128-129

 


97 COMPARISON OF MOTILITY AND ACROSOMAL INTEGRITY OF ELECTRO-EJACULATED AND EPIDIDYMAL RAM SPERM AFTER EXPOSURE TO VARIOUS ANISOSMOTIC SOLUTIONS, CRYOPROTECTIVE AGENTS, AND TEMPERATURES  

O. Varisli, C. Uguz, C. Agca, J. Green and Y. Agca

pp. 129-129

 


98 VITRIFICATION OF ZYGOTES SUPPORTS FULL-TERM DEVELOPMENT IN RABBITS 

J. Xu, J. Zhang, Y. Chen, M. Cater, X. Yang and F. Du

pp. 129-130

 


99 EFFECT OF VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL GROWTH FACTOR ON IN VITRO-PRODUCED PORCINE OOCYTES AND THEIR SUBSEQUENT DEVELOPMENT: A PARTHENOGENETIC STUDY  

D. Biswas, J. H. Lee, E. B. Jeung, E. S. Lee and S. H. Hyun

pp. 130-130

 


100 PROTEOME OF BULL SPERMATOZOA 

J. M. Feugang, C. Rozanas, A. Kaya, E. Topper and E. Memili

pp. 130-130

 


101 PLACENTAL DEVELOPMENT IN A BOVINE HETEROSIS MODEL  

C. Fitzsimmons, Z. Kruk, D. Lines, C. Roberts and S. Hiendleder

pp. 131-131

 


102 IDENTIFICATION OF CONTRASTED PHENOTYPES IN THE BOVINE FROM REPEATED IN VIVO AND IN VITRO EMBRYO PRODUCTION FOLLOWING SUPEROVULATION 

C. Guyader-Joly, S. Ponchon, C. Gonzalez, B. Marquant-Le Guienne, L. Clément, R. Dalbiès-Tran, P. Mermillod and P. Humblot

pp. 131-132

 


103 ECTOPIC EXPRESSION OF TELOMERASE IN BOVINE PREIMPLANTATION EMBRYOS 

K. Iqbal, W. A. Kues and H. Niemann

pp. 132-132

 


104 ASYMMETRICAL DISTRIBUTION OF MITOCHONDRIAL DNA INTO BLASTOMERES OF TWO-AND FOUR-CELL MOUSE EMBRYOS  

Y. Kameyama, G. Shimoi, H. Ohnishi, R. Hashizume and M. Ito

pp. 132-133

 


105 THE Oct4/Cdx2 EXPRESSION AND CELL FATE OF INDIVIDUAL TWO-CELL BLASTOMERES IN TWO MOUSE STRAINS  

M. Katayama and R. M. Roberts

pp. 133-133

 


106 EXPRESSION PATTERNS OF PROTEIN KINASE A SUBUNITS DURING MEIOTIC MATURATION OF PORCINE OOCYTES 

J. S. Kim, Y. S. Cho, B. S. Song, X. L. Jin, K. K. Lee and D. B. Koo

pp. 133-134

 


107 CHANGES OF HIGHER ORDER CHROMATIN ARRANGEMENTS CORRELATE WITH GENOME ACTIVATION DURING EARLY BOVINE DEVELOPMENT 

D. Koehler, A. Brero, T. Cremer, E. Wolf and V. Zakhartchenko

pp. 134-134

 


108 CALYCULIN-A INDUCES CHROMOSOME CONDENSATION FOR CYTOGENETIC ANALYSIS IN BOVINE AND MURINE BLASTOMERES  

J. M. Kramer, A. Evans, K. Drury and K. Moore

pp. 134-135

 


109 THE ROLE OF FOLLISTATIN IN BOVINE EARLY EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT  

K. B. Lee, A. Bettegowda, J. J. Ireland and G. W. Smith

pp. 135-135

 


110 COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF DNA AND HISTONE H3 METHYLATION REPROGRAMMING IN MOUSE, BOVINE, AND RABBIT ZYGOTES 

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

pp. 135-135

 


111 CHARACTERIZATION OF BOVINE TELOMERASE REVERSE TRANSCRIPTASE DURING PREIMPLANTATION EMBRYOGENESIS  

P. Madan, W. A. King and D. H. Betts

pp. 136-136

 


112 Birc6/Apollon INVOLVED IN BOVINE PREIMPLANTATION EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT  

D. SalilewWondim, F. Rings, M. Hölker, C. Phatsara, K. Schellander and D. Tesfaye

pp. 136-136

 


113 CHARACTERIZATION OF THE BOVINE EMBRYO-DERIVED CT-1 CELL LINE FOR STUDYING REGULATION OF TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS EXPRESSED WITHIN THE BOVINE TROPHECTODERM 

A. T. Schiffmacher and C. L. Keefer

pp. 136-137

 


114 SPECIFIC AMINO ACIDS INFLUENCE LINEAGE DIFFERENTIATION IN MOUSE BLASTOCYSTS AND OUTGROWTHS 

R. Sihota, S. Brooks, C. Tong, I. T. Cameron, T. P. Fleming and J. J. Eckert

pp. 137-137

 


115 RAT EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR GENE EXPRESSION CONTROLLED BY PROGESTERONE DURING PREGNANCY 

H.-S. Byun, S.-H. Ko, G.-S. Lee, S.-H. Hyun and E.-B. Jeung

pp. 138-138

 


116 EFFECTS OF EARLY PREGNANCY DIAGNOSIS USING ULTRASONOGRAPHY ON THE SUBSEQUENT EMBRYO AND FETAL LOSS IN DAIRY COWS 

I. H. Kim, J. I. Lee, U. H. Kim and H. G. Kang

pp. 138-138

 


117 THE REGULATOR OF THE UTERINE TRPV6 GENE DURING PREGNANCY IN RODENTS 

B.-M. Lee, G.-S. Lee and E.-B. Jeung

pp. 138-139

 


118 DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF A TIME-RESOLVED FLUORESCENCE IMMUNOASSAY FOR ESTRONE-1-SULFATE IN URINE AS A TOOL FOR DIAGNOSIS OF EARLY PREGNANCY IN SWINE 

Y. S. Park, S. H. Yang, S. M. Park, S. J. Kim and J. B. Kim

pp. 139-139

 


119 ENDOMETRIAL CO-CULTURE MODELS FOR THE IN VITRO INVESTIGATION OF EARLY EMBRYO–MATERNAL CROSSTALK IN CATTLE  

K. Zitta, S. Ulbrich, E. Wolf and M. Boelhauve

pp. 139-140

 


120 EFFECTS OF BOVINE PLASMA LIPOPROTEINS ON ACCUMULATION OF CYTOPLASMIC LIPID DROPLETS AND MITOCHONDRIAL MORPHOLOGY IN BOVINE EMBRYOS 

H. Abe, R. Sata, H. Tsujii and H. Hoshi

pp. 140-140

 


121 DEVELOPMENT OF IN VITRO-PRODUCED BOVINE EMBRYOS CULTURED IN SEQUENTIAL OR CONTINUOUS MEDIA 

L. S. Amorim, D. J. Walker and G. E. Seidel Jr

pp. 141-141

 


122 EFFECTS OF EMBRYO SEX AND GLUCOSE OR FRUCTOSE IN CULTURE MEDIA ON BOVINE EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT 

M. Barceló-Fimbres and G. E. Seidel Jr

pp. 141-142

 


123 OPTIMIZATION OF CULTURE CONDITIONS FOR IN-VITRO-PRODUCED BOVINE EMBRYOS TO ENHANCE BLASTOCYST YIELD AND SURVIVAL FOLLOWING VITRIFICATION  

J. Block, L. Bonilla and P. J. Hansen

pp. 142-142

 


124 A THREE-DIMENSIONAL IN VITRO IMPLANTATION MODEL WITH NONHUMAN PRIMATE EMBRYOS AND EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX UNDER VARIOUS CULTURE CONDITIONS 

T. Chang, G. I. Bondarenko, M. Durning, K. Vielhuber, M. A. Garthwaite and T. G. Golos

pp. 142-143

 


125 EXAMINING CRITERIA FOR EXTENDING BOVINE BLASTOCYST SURVIVAL IN VITRO  

F. N. T. Cooke, T. M. Rodina, P. J. Hansen and A. D. Ealy

pp. 143-143

 


126 EFFECT OF ASSISTED HATCHING ON THE SURVIVAL AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF BOVINE EMBRYOS PRODUCED IN VITRO AFTER CRYOPRESERVATION  

J. Fukuhara, T. Takuma, S. Kasa and K. Imai

pp. 143-144

 


127 DEVELOPMENT AND QUALITY OF BOVINE MORULAE CULTURED IN SERUM-FREE MEDIUM WITH RETINOIC RECEPTOR SPECIFIC AGONISTS  

E. Gómez, J. N. Caamaño, M. Muñoz, A. Rodríguez, N. Facal and C. Díez

pp. 144-144

 


128 EFFECT OF OXYGEN TENSION ON INDIVIDUAL IN VITRO BOVINE EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT IN CUMULUS CELL COCULTURE 

I. G. F. Goovaerts, J. L. M. R. Leroy, S. Andries, J. B. P. De Clercq and P. E. J. Bols

pp. 144-145

 


129 IN VITRO PRODUCTION OF EQUINE EMBRYOS FROM YOUNG AND OLD MARES BY INTRACYTOPLASMIC SPERM INJECTION 

C. Herrera, M. Revora, L. Vivani, M. H. Miragaya, C. Quintans, R. S. Pasqualini and L. Losinno

pp. 145-145

 


130 PREDICTION OF PARTHENOGENETIC DEVELOPMENTAL POTENTIAL BY POLAR BODY EXTRUSION AND FIRST CLEAVAGE ON IN VITRO MATURATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF PORCINE FOLLICULAR OOCYTES 

H. J. Kim, S. R. Cho, C. Y. Choe, S. H. Choi, D. S. Son, S. J. Kim, B. D. Sang, M. H. Han, I. S. Ryu, I. C. Kim, I. H. Kim and K. S. Im

pp. 145-146

 


131 CHARACTERISTICS OF PREGNANCIES AND OFFSPRING FOLLOWING TRANSFER OF BOVINE IN VIVO EMBRYOS ASSESSED BY NANORESPIROMETRY 

A. S. Lopes, S. E. Madsen, T. Greve and H. Callesen

pp. 146-146

 


132 POST-HATCHING BOVINE EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT IN VITRO: RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SEX AND SIZE 

G. M. Machado, C. R. Laender, M. M. Franco, L. O. Leme, R. Rumpf and M. A. N. Dode

pp. 146-147

 


133 EFFECTS OF ACTIVINA ON mRNA EXPRESSION IN IN VITRO FERTILIZED BOVINE EMBRYOS CULTURED FROM CHEMICALLY DEFINED TWO-STEP CULTURE MEDIUM  

J. E. Park, G. Jang, H. J. Oh, S. G. Hong, I. S. Yang, S. K. Kang and B. C. Lee

pp. 147-147

 


134 EFFECT OF ELEVATED CIRCULATING PROGESTERONE CONCENTRATION ON DEVELOPMENT OF IN VITRO PRODUCED BOVINE ZYGOTES IN VIVO 

F. Rings, F. Carter, M. Hölker, A. Kuzmany, U. Besenfelder, V. Havlicek, D. Tesfaye, K. Schellander and P. Lonergan

pp. 147-148

 


135 IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT OF IN VIVO PRODUCED EMBRYOS FROZEN AT MORULA OR BLASTOCYST STAGES  

R. Sartori, G. M. Machado, M. M. Guardieiro, M. R. Bastos, L. Leme, E. Siqueira Filho, R. Rumpf and M. A. N. Dode

pp. 148-148

 


136 ADDITION OF LOW DENSITY LIPOPROTEIN TO CHEMICALLY DEFINED PORCINE EMBRYO CULTURE MEDIUM CAN PARTIALLY REPLACE BOVINE SERUM ALBUMIN 

L. D. Spate, K. A. Walker, C. E. McHughes and R. S. Prather

pp. 148-149

 


137 ROLE OF GLUCOSE AND FATTY ACID METABOLISM IN PORCINE EARLY EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT  

R. G. Sturmey and H. J. Leese

pp. 149-149

 


138 CELL INTEGRITY OF HOLSTEIN AND JERSEY EMBRYOS: COMPARISON OF TWO FREEZING METHODS 

R. Dupras, J. Dupras and Y. Chorfi

pp. 149-150

 


139 INTRACELLULAR GLUTATHIONE CONCENTRATION AND IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT OF BOVINE OOCYTES SELECTED BY BRILLIANT CRESYL BLUE  

H. S. Lee, D. B. Koo, K. K. Lee, X. J. Yin and I. K. Kong

pp. 150-150

 


140 UTILIZATION OF LASER-ASSISTED HATCHING TO IMPROVE THE PREGNANCY RATE OF IN VITRO-FERTILIZED BOVINE EMBRYOS  

S. Menges, H. Wei, D. Faber, D. Kraemer and C. Long

pp. 150-151

 


141 BIOPSY TECHNIQUE IN BOVINE EMBRYOS PRODUCED IN VITRO AT EARLY STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT: EVALUATION OF QUALITY AND DEVELOPMENT CAPACITY 

J. Polisseni, M. O. Guerra, R. V. Serapião, M. M. Pereira, I. M. Folhadella, W. F. Sá, L. S. A. Camargo, J. H. M. Viana, L. T. Iguma, M. C. Boite and V. M. Peters

pp. 151-151

 


142 DONOR CONTRIBUTION HAS A LARGER IMPACT ON HSP70.1 EXPRESSION IN BOVINE EMBRYOS THAN THE CUMULUS REMOVAL TECHNIQUE  

A. L. Reeder, R. L. Monson, J. J. Watters and J. J. Rutledge

pp. 151-152

 


143 IMPROVEMENT OF A SUPERSTIMULATORY PROTOCOL IN NELORE COWS: REPLACING THE LAST TWO DOSES OF pFSH BY eCG  

C. M. Barros, A. C. Z. Barcelos, L. M. Gouvêa, M. Meneghel, D. S. Barcelos, L. N. Barcelos and L. A. Trinca

pp. 152-152

 


144 UTILITY OF RECIPIENT CATTLE AFTER HYDROPS PREGNANCY TERMINATION 

M. C. Berg, D. N. Wells and R. S. F. Lee

pp. 152-153

 


145 REESTABLISHMENT OF AN EXTINCT STRAIN OF SHEEP UTILIZING ASSISTED REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGIES  

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

pp. 153-153

 


146 DETRIMENTAL EFFECTS OF PROSTAGLANDIN F ON IN VITRO EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT IN BOVINE ARE INHIBITED BY A RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST 

F. N. Scenna, J. L. Edwards and F. N. Schrick

pp. 153-154

 


147 PREGNANCY RATES OF RECIPIENT ANIMALS FOLLOWING APPLICATION OF A SELECTIVE PROSTAGLANDIN F RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST DURING EMBRYO RECOVERY 

F. N. Scenna, J. L. Edwards, G. M. Schuenemann, D. A. Roper and F. N. Schrick

pp. 154-154

 


148 PRODUCTION OF PUPS BY OVARIAN TRANSFER IN THE SYRIAN HAMSTER 

O. Suzuki, M. Koura, K. Takano, Y. Noguchi, K. Uchio-Yamada and J. Matsuda

pp. 154-154

 


149 LAPAROSCOPIC EMBRYO TRANSFER IN PIGS  

S. L. Terlouw, S. Ewerling, B. A. Didion and J. R. Dobrinsky

pp. 155-155

 


150 EXAMINATION OF ESTRUS SYNCHRONIZATION USING A PRID® + PROSTAGLANDIN F AND PREGNANCY RATE AFTER ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION FOLLOWING TRANSFER OF IN VITRO-PRODUCED EMBRYOS IN REPEAT-BREEDING COWS 

M. Urakawa, A. Ideta, K. Hayama, K. Tsuchiya and Y. Aoyagi

pp. 155-155

 


151 EFFECT OF RECIPIENT CATEGORY ON PREGNANCY RATES ON A BOVINE EMBRYO TRANSFER PROGRAM IN PATAGONIA, ARGENTINA 

J. Villarreal, A. Garcia Guerra and G. M. Brogliatti

pp. 155-156

 


152 TRANSMISSION OF BOVINE VIRAL DIARRHEA VIRUS BY IN VITRO-FERTILIZED EMBRYOS UNDER EXPERIMENTAL CONDITIONS 

A. Bielanski, J. Algire and A. Lalonde

pp. 156-156

 


153 EFFECTS OF OVINE INTERFERON-β ON REPLICATION OF BOVINE VIRAL DIARRHEA VIRUS AND BOVINE HERPESVIRUS-1  

P. K. Galik, J. A. Gard, T. S. Spencer, M. S. Marley, D. A. Stringfellow, M. D. Givens and M. A. Edmondson

pp. 156-157

 


154 THE QUANTITY OF BOVINE VIRAL DIARRHEA VIRUS ASSOCIATED WITH SINGLE ZONA PELLUCIDA-INTACT IN VITRO-PRODUCED BOVINE EMBRYOS FOLLOWING ARTIFICIAL EXPOSURE 

J. A. Gard, M. D. Givens, P. K. Galik, K. P. Riddell, M. S. D. Marley, D. A. Stringfellow, M. A. Edmondson and B. K. Whitlock

pp. 157-157

 


155 EMBRYO TRANSFER SUCCESS DURING CONCURRENT CONTAGIOUS EQUINE METRITIS INFECTION 

J. H. Hayna, C. M. Syverson and J. R. Dobrinsky

pp. 157-158

 


156 INVESTIGATION OF BOVINE HERPESVIRUS IN CUMULUS–OOCYTE COMPLEXES AND FOLLICULAR FLUID 

A. P. Oliveira, R. C. Leite, M. B. Heinmam, L. G. B. Siqueira, A. Maciel and J. H. M. Viana

pp. 158-158

 


157 VIRAL RISK ASSESSMENT OF BOVINE OOCYTES HARVESTED FROM ABATTOIR ORIGIN 

J. Pommer, M. Nichols, P. Kasinathan, E. Sullivan, J. Robl, J. Griffin, P. Boerma and C. Vos

pp. 158-159

 


158 PRODUCTION OF RECOMBINANT LH FOR USE IN TIGER (TIGRIS ALTAICA) ASSISTED REPRODUCTION:A PRELIMINARY REPORT 

J. T. Aaltonen, E. Bedows, K. A. Estes, V. Y. Butnev, G. Bousfield and N. M. Loskutoff

pp. 159-159

 


159 TECHNIQUES FOR OVUM PICK-UP IN GONADOTROPIN-TREATED ALPACAS  

G. Gamarra, A. Gallegos, E. Alvarado, M. Asparrin and W. Vivanco

pp. 159-160

 


160 PREGNANCY RATES AFTER USING THE CIDR-G DEVICE AND FIXED-TIMED ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION IN WHITE-TAIL DEER  

G. T. Gentry Jr, J. Saenz, W. Forbes, K. Whitehead, D. Sanders, B. Olcott, J. Chenevert, K. R. Bondioli and R. A. Godke

pp. 160-160

 


161 SUCCESSFUL INTERSPECIFIC PREGNANCY AFTER TRANSFER OF IN VITRO-PRODUCED SIKA DEER (CERVUS NIPPON NIPPON) EMBRYO IN RED DEER (CERVUS ELAPHUS HIPPELAPHUS) SURROGATE HIND 

Y. Locatelli, J.-C. Vallet, G. Baril, J.-L. Touzé, A. Hendricks, X. Legendre, M. Verdier and P. Mermillod

pp. 160-161

 


162 FREEZING OF SEMEN FROM ENDANGERED ASTURIANA DE LA MONTAÑA BULLS IN ZWITTERONIC LIPIDS-BASED EXTENDERS  

C. Tamargo Miguel, S. S. Pérez-Garnelo, P. Beltrán Breña, A. T. Palasz, J. De la Fuente, A. Rodriguez and C. O. Hidalgo

pp. 161-161

 


163 SEARCH FOR GENES OF WHICH THE AMOUNTS OF TRANSCRIPTS OSCILLATE EVERY 24 h IN THE MOUSE OVARY  

T. Amano, Y. Hatanaka, K. Saeki, Y. Hosoi, A. Iritani and K. Matsumoto

pp. 161-162

 


164 EFFECT OF OVULATION-INDUCING FACTOR (OIF) ON OVARIAN FUNCTION IN CATTLE  

M. D. Van Steelandt, V. M. Tanco, M. H. Ratto and G. P. Adams

pp. 162-162

 


165 EXPRESSION OF Oct-4 IN BUFFALO (BUBALUS BUBALIS) EMBRYOS GENERATED THROUGH IN VITRO FERTILIZATION OR PARTHENOGENETIC ACTIVATION  

D. Kumar, T. Anand, K. P. Singh, M. S. Chauhan, P. Palta and R. S. Manik

pp. 162-163

 


166 EXPRESSION OF PLURIPOTENCY-DETERMINING FACTORS IN IN VITRO-PRODUCED BUFFALO EMBRYOS  

T. Anand, D. Kumar, M. K. Singh, M. S. Chauhan, R. S. Manik and P. Palta

pp. 163-163

 


167 EXPRESSION PATTERN OF GAP JUNCTIONAL CONNEXINS DURING IN VITRO AND IN VIVO PREIMPLANTATION EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT IN BOVINE  

S. Balasubramanian, W. J. Son, B. Mohana Kumar, Y. I. Yang, B. J. Jeon, S. Y. Choe and G. J. Rho

pp. 163-164

 


168 miRNA LEVELS DURING BOVINE PREIMPLANTATION EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT 

D. K. Berg, S. E. Beaumont and P. L. Pfeffer

pp. 164-164

 


169 AN OPTIMIZED PROTOCOL FOR EXTRACTING RNA FROM SINGLE BOVINE OOCYTES AND BLASTOMERES 

M. Boelhauve, T. Guengoer, K. Zitta, V. Zakhartchenko and E. Wolf

pp. 164-165

 


170 EXPRESSION PATTERN OF THE Sox2 GENE IN BOVINE OOCYTES AND IN VITRO-DERIVED EMBRYOS 

T. A. L. Brevini, S. Antonini, F. Cillo, G. Pennarossa, S. Colleoni, G. Lazzari, C. Galli and F. Gandolfi

pp. 165-165

 


171 THE EFFECT OF TRICHOSTATIN A ON THE DEVELOPMENT AND THE GLOBAL GENE EXPRESSION PATTERNS IN MOUSE EMBRYOS DEVELOPING IN VITRO  

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

pp. 165-166

 


172 IN VITRO EXPOSURE TO XENOESTROGENS INDUCES GROWTH HORMONE TRANSCRIPTION AND RELEASE VIA AN ESTROGEN RECEPTOR-DEPENDENT PATHWAY IN RAT PITUITARY GH3 CELLS 

V.-H. Dang and E.-B. Jeung

pp. 166-166

 


173 SIMULTANEOUS QUANTIFICATION OF MULTIPLE PROTEINS IN PORCINE PARTHENOTES BY MULTIPLE SELECTED REACTION MONITORING  

M. K. Gupta, J. M. Jang, J. W. Jung, S. J. Uhm, K. P. Kim and H. T. Lee

pp. 166-166

 


174 EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTORS AND CALBINDIN-D9k GENE EXPRESSIONS DURING PREGANCY IN THE PORCINE UTERUS 

Y.-J. Kim, E.-M. Jung, G.-S. Lee, S.-H. Hyun and E.-B. Jeung

pp. 167-167

 


175 TRANSCRIPTOME ANALYSIS OF BOVINE DAY 150 FETAL LIVER AND COTYLEDON REVEALS GENES INVOLVED IN FETAL GROWTH 

S. Krebs, S. Bauersachs, H. D. Reichenbach, M. Weppert, S. Hiendleder, H. Blum and E. Wolf

pp. 167-167

 


176 DOXYCYCLINE-INDUCIBLE EXPRESSION OF THE hEPO GENE IN A RETROVIRUS VECTOR  

M. S. Kwon, B. C. Koo, B. R. Choi, H. Lee and T. Kim

pp. 167-168

 


177 EXPRESSION PROFILING OF HISTONE-MODIFYING GENES IN BOVINE PREIMPLANTATION EMBRYOS 

G. D. Linger, C. L. Bormann, M. Peoples, M. C. Golding and C. R. Long

pp. 168-168

 


178 RELATIVE ABUNDANCE OF Oct-4, Nanog, AND Sox-2 TRANSCRIPTS IN PORCINE OOCYTES AND CLEAVAGE-STAGE EMBRYOS PRODUCED VIA FERTILIZATION IN VITRO OR PARTHENOGENESIS  

L. Magnani and R. Cabot

pp. 168-169

 


179 MODULATION OF RHOPHILIN-2 MAY REGULATE THE PROGRESSION OF CELL DIVISION IN FERTILIZED MOUSE EGGS 

T. Matsuoka, M. Tokoro, S. Shin, T. Amano, Y. Hosoi, K. Saeki, A. Iritani and K. Matsumoto

pp. 169-169

 


180 IDENTIFICATION AND QUANTIFICATION OF DIFFERENTIALLY REPRESENTED TRANSCRIPTS IN PREIMPLANTATION BOVINE EMBRYOS 

C. E. McHughes, G. K. Springer, L. D. Spate, R. Li, R. J. Woods, M. P. Green, S. W. Korte, C. N. Murphy, J. A. Green and R. S. Prather

pp. 169-170

 


181 MESSENGER RNA PROFILING OF BOVINE ENDOMETRIUM DURING THE ESTROUS CYCLE USING A CUSTOM-MADE cDNA ARRAY 

K. Mitko, H. Blum, E. Wolf and S. Bauersachs

pp. 170-170

 


182 OSTEOPONTIN GENE EXPRESSION IN IMMATURE AND MATURE SWINE CUMULUS CELLS AND OOCYTES  

E. Monaco, A. Lima, S. Wilson, D. Kim, M. Bionaz, W. L. Hurley and M. B. Wheeler

pp. 171-171

 


183 THE EFFECT OF BOVINE EMBRYO CULTURE WITHOUT ANY PROTEIN SOURCES UNTIL DAY 4 ON TRANSCRIPTION OF HYALURONAN SYNTHASES AND RECEPTORS AND mtDNA CONTENT  

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

pp. 171-171

 


184 INHIBITION OF HUMAN COMPLEMENT-MEDIATED CYTOTOXICITY IN MINIPIG CELLS BY EXPRESSION OF hCD59  

K. W. Park, E. J. Kim, K. M. Choi, S. P. Hong, G. S. Han, J. Y. Yoo, S. H. Kim, Y. C. Park and J. G. Seol

pp. 172-172

 


185 EXPRESSION AND LOCALIZATION OF µ-OPIOID RECEPTOR IN CANINE OOCYTES 

L. Pavone, M. Albrizio and R. Minoia

pp. 172-172

 


186 TOTAL RNA AND TRANSCRIPT ABUNDANCE IN HEAT-STRESSED BOVINE OOCYTES AND SURROUNDING CUMULUS  

R. R. Payton, L. A. Rispoli and J. L. Edwards

pp. 172-173

 


187 IMPRINTED GENE EXPRESSION IN IN VIVO-AND IN VITRO-PRODUCED BOVINE FETUSES AND PLACENTAS  

F. Perecin, S. C. Méo, W. Yamazaki, C. R. Ferreira, F. H. Biase, G. K. F. Merighe, F. V. Meirelles and J. M. Garcia

pp. 173-173

 


188 EFFECTS OF CULTURE MEDIUM AND PROTEIN SUPPLEMENTATION ON mRNA EXPRESSION OF IN VITRO-PRODUCED PREIMPLANTATION BOVINE EMBRYOS  

M. N. Purpera, C. B. Ballard, A. M. Giraldo, D. Hylan, R. A. Godke and K. R. Bondioli

pp. 173-174

 


189 microRNA EXPRESSION PROFILING DURING BOVINE OOCYTE MATURATION 

D. Tesfaye, D. Worku, D. Salilew-Wondim, M. Hoelker, F. Rings, C. Un and K. Schellander

pp. 174-174

 


190 SUPPRESSION OF A TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR MSX1 GENE IN BOVINE PREIMPLANTATION EMBRYOS AND ITS EFFECT ON mRNA, PROTEIN, AND EXPRESSION OF DOWNSTREAM GENES 

D. Tesfaye, A. Regassa, M. Hoelker, F. Rings, C. Phatsara and K. Schellander

pp. 174-175

 


191 ESTROGEN REGULATES THE LOCALIZATION AND EXPRESSION OF CALBINDIN-D9k IN THE PITUITARY GLAND OF IMMATURE MALE RATS VIA THE ESTROGEN RECEPTOR ALPHA PATHWAY 

P. Tinnanooru and E.-B. Jeung

pp. 175-175

 


192 AMINO ACID TRANSPORTER EXPRESSION IN BOVINE OVIDUCT EPITHELIAL CELLS 

S. L. Whitear and H. J. Leese

pp. 175-175

 


193 HUMAN CYTOMEGALOVIRUS PROTEIN US11 DOWN-REGULATES THE EXPRESSION OF SWINE LEUKOCYTE ANTIGEN-I IN MINIPIG CELLS  

J. Y. Yoo, K. M. Choi, S. P. Hong, G. S. Han, E. J. Kim, S. H. Kim, Y. C. Park, J. G. Seol and K. W. Park

pp. 176-176

 


194 EXPRESSION OF microRNA-15a, 16, AND 21 AND THEIR POSSIBLE ROLES IN MOUSE EMBRYOS DEVELOPING IN VITRO  

D. X. Zhang, X. H. Shen, X. S. Cui and N.-H. Kim

pp. 176-176

 


195 CORRELATION BETWEEN SPERM PENETRATION ASSAY AND IN VITRO FERTILIZATION USING HAMSTER AND HUMAN OOCYTES  

S. Al-Anssari, A. Taiyeb, M. Ridha-Albarzanchi, Z. Qurjia, S. Al-Atraqchi, A. Al-Jabar and Z. Kanan

pp. 176-177

 


196 COMPARING OOCYTE LIPID CONTENT WITH CIRCULATING CHOLESTEROL AND TRIGLYCERIDE LEVELS OF BOS TAURUS AND BOS INDICUS DONOR COWS  

C. B. Ballard, C. R. Looney, B. R. Lindsey, J. H. Pryor, J. W. Lynn, K. R. Bondioli and R. A. Godke

pp. 177-177

 


197 DOES DURATION OF BOVINE OOCYTE MATURATION IN VITRO AFFECT THE SPEED OF EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT IN VITRO AND SEX RATIO AT THE TWO-CELL OR BLASTOCYST STAGE? 

P. Bermejo-Álvarez, A. Gutiérrez-Adán, P. Lonergan and D. Rizos

pp. 177-178

 


198 FUNCTIONAL EVIDENCE FOR THE EXISTENCE OF AN OVIDUCTAL FACTOR THAT INDUCES ZONA PELLUCIDA HARDENING AND REGULATES POLYSPERMY IN THE PIG AND COW 

S. Cánovas, L. Grullón, R. Romar, C. Matás, M. Avilés and P. Coy

pp. 178-178

 


199 EFFECT OF HEPARIN CONCENTRATION ON BOVINE PREIMPLANTATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN VITRO USING SEX-SORTED SPERM 

S. A. Chaubal, T. L. Nedambale, J. Xu, C. Shaffer, T. Kilmer, A. Shefler, X. Yang, X. C. Tian and F. Du

pp. 178-179

 


200 EFFECT OF EXOGENOUS PROGESTERONE DURING IN VITRO CULTURE ON EARLY EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT IN CATTLE 

M. Clemente, P. Lonergan, C. Borque, J. de La Fuente and D. Rizos

pp. 179-179

 


201 LIVER AND KIDNEY FUNCTION IN BOVINE FETUSES FROM EMBRYOS PRODUCED IN VIVO OR IN VITRO 

P. W. Farin, D. E. Malarkey, J. E. Alexander and C. E. Farin

pp. 180-180

 


202 EFFECT OF OSTEOPONTIN ON IN VITRO EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT IN CATTLE  

B. Gasparrini, E. Monaco, L. Boccia, A. De Rosa, L. Attanasio and G. Killian

pp. 180-180

 


203 PRETREATMENT OF BOVINE SPERM OR OOCYTE WITH ANTIBODY TO LIPOCALIN-TYPE PROSTAGLANDIN D SYNTHASE INHIBITS FERTILIZATION  

R. F. Gonçalves, V. H. Barnabe and G. J. Killian

pp. 180-181

 


204 AMINO-REACTIVE CROSSLINKER BIS(SULFOSUCCINIMIDYL)SUBERATE INDUCES ZONA PELLUCIDA HARDENING AND REDUCES PENETRATION IN PIG IN VITRO FERTILIZATION 

L. Grullón, S. Cánovas, C. Matás, R. Romar and P. Coy

pp. 181-181

 


205 CAPACITATION OF STALLION SPERMATOZOA EVALUATED BY FERTILIZATION OF BOVINE OOCYTES 

M. R. Hudson, G. E. Seidel Jr, E. L. Squires, B. E. Spizzirri, D. J. Walker and J. K. Graham

pp. 181-182

 


206 EFFECT OF FOLLICULAR WAVE SYNCHRONIZATION AND SUPERSTIMULATION ON IN VITRO EMBRYO PRODUCTION  

K. Imai, Y. Inaba, H. Yoshioka, Y. Aikawa, M. Ohtake, M. Suzuki and S. Kobayashi

pp. 182-182

 


207 IN VITRO MATURATION TREATMENT AFFECTS DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE OF LAPAROSCOPIC OVUM PICKUP-DERIVED OOCYTES IN FOLLICLESTIMULATING HORMONE-STIMULATED GOATS 

Y. Locatelli, N. Poulin, G. Baril, J.-L. Touzé, A. Fatet, J.-F. Beckers and P. Mermillod

pp. 182-183

 


208 EFFECT OF GRANULOCYTE-MACROPHAGE COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR ON BLASTOCYST DEVELOPMENT AND POST-TRANSFER SURVIVAL OF IN VITRO-PRODUCED BOVINE EMBRYOS  

B. Loureiro, L. Bonilla, G. Entrican and P. J. Hansen

pp. 183-183

 


209 PRODUCTION OF IN VITRO-FERTILIZED INTERSPECIES BLASTOCYSTS BETWEEN SHEEP OOCYTES AND GOAT SPERMATOZOA 

D. Malakar, A. K. De and Y. S. Akshey

pp. 184-184

 


210 COMPARISON OF A RECOMBINANT TRYPSIN v. THE PIG PANCREATIC EXTRACT ON IN VITRO-PRODUCED BOVINE EMBRYOS 

K. J. Mattson, B. R. Devlin and N. M. Loskutoff

pp. 184-185

 


211 INTRODUCING NEW GENETICS INTO A CLOSED BIOSECURE HERD OF DAIRY GOATS 

D. Melican, S. Blash and W. Gavin

pp. 185-185

 


212 INSEMINATION OF OVUM PICKUP-DERIVED DAIRY COWS RESULTS IN OFFSPRING WITH NORMAL BIRTH WEIGHT 

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

pp. 185-186

 


213 IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT OF BOVINE EMBRYOS IN THE PRESENCE OF GROWTH HORMONE, INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR-1, AND INSULIN IN OOCYTE MATURATION AND EMBRYO CULTURE MEDIA  

C. B. Ponchirolli-Schneider, C. P. Freitas and F. C. Landim-Alvarenga

pp. 186-186

 


214 INFLUENCE OF THE BREED OF BULL (GIR v. HOLSTEIN) ON THE RESISTANCE OF BOVINE EMBRYOS TO HEAT SHOCK AT EARLY STAGES OF IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT  

D. Y. Saito, R. A. Satrapa, R. M. Romão, T. Nabhan, R. A. L. Simões and C. M. Barros

pp. 186-187

 


215 APPLICATION OFA MICROFLUIDIC SPERM SORTER TO THE IN VITRO FERTILIZATION OF PORCINE OOCYTES 

H. Sano, K. Matsuura, K. Naruse and H. Funahashi

pp. 187-187

 


216 IN VITRO CAPACITATION OF FROZEN/THAWED STALLION SPERM  

B. E. Spizziri, J. K. Graham, E. L. Squires and M. R. Hudson

pp. 187-188

 


217 EFFECT OF PRE-EQUILIBRATION TIME ON THE SURVIVAL RATE OF MATURED BOVINE OOCYTES AFTER VITRIFICATION AND ON SUBSEQUENT EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT 

A. H. Sugulle, O. Dochi and H. Koyama

pp. 188-188

 


218 DEVELOPMENT OF EVENLY AND UNEVENLY CLEAVED TWO-CELL PORCINE EMBRYOS  

D. N. Q. Thanh, K. Kikuchi, T. Somfai, M. Ozawa, M. Nakai, N. Maedomari, B. X. Nguyen and T. Nagai

pp. 188-189

 


219 RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS OF CUMULUS–OOCYTE COMPLEX YIELD INA GYR (BOS TAURUS INDICUS) HERD UNDERGOING TRANSVAGINAL ULTRASOUND-GUIDED FOLLICLE ASPIRATION  

J. H. M. Viana, L. S. A. Camargo, J. F. Fonseca, A. P. Oliveira, E. K. N. Arashiro, C. Freitas and C. A. C. Fernandes

pp. 189-189

 


220 EFFECTS OF FOLLICLE-STIMULATING HORMONE AND 6-N-PROPYL-2-THIOURACIL ON BOAR SPERMATOGENESIS 

J. Baldrighi, W. Averhart, M. Mello, J. Ford, L. Franca, K. Carnes, R. Hess and S. Clark

pp. 189-190

 


221 PREPUBERTAL MOUSE BIOASSAY FOR OVULATION-INDUCING FACTOR IN SEMINAL PLASMA  

O. A. Bogle, M. H. Ratto and G. P. Adams

pp. 190-190

 


222 SPECIES SPECIFICITY OF PORCINE SPERM MOTILITY REDUCTION BY A HIGH MOLECULAR WEIGHT FRACTION OF OVIDUCTAL FLUID 

P. Coy, R. Lloyd, R. Romar and W. V. Holt

pp. 190-191

 


223 ENZYMATIC ACTIVITY LEVEL OF DIFFERENT GLYCOSIDASES IN INTACT AND ACROSOME-REACTED PORCINE SPERM  

A. De Ondiz, M. Avilés, F. A. Garca-Vázquez, C. Carrasco, L. Grullón and S. Ruiz

pp. 191-191

 


224 A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN WOOD AND PLAINS BISON 

C. Lessard, J. Danielson, J. Thundatil, M. Woodbury and R. McCorkell

pp. 191-192

 


225 DOES THE SUPPLEMENTATION OF THE BOAR SEMEN EXTENDER WITH CARNOSINE, L-HISTIDINE, AND TAURINE PRESERVE SPERM FUNCTION DURING STORAGE? 

C. Matás, J. C. Gardón, F. A. Garcia-Vazquez, S. Pacchini and M. Ducci

pp. 192-192

 


226 DAY LENGTH DOES NOT AFFECT LIVE SPERM NUCLEAR SHAPE IN THE STALLION  

J. J. Parrish, C. Mueller, E. Ludwig and J. L. Susko-Parrish

pp. 192-193

 


227 PHOSPHOINOSITIDE-3-KINASE SIGNALING AND THE CONTROL OF SPERM MOTILITY IN THE PORCINE OVIDUCT  

N. Satake, P. F. Watson and W. V. Holt

pp. 193-193

 


228 RECIPIENT PREPARATION FOR SPERMATOGONIAL STEM CELL TRANSPLANTATION: ALTERATION IN TESTICULAR CELL COMPONENTS FOLLOWING TRANSIENTLY INDUCED ISCHEMIA 

G. M. Schuenemann, S. M. L. C. Mendis-Handagama, T. M. Prado, H. S. Adair and F. N. Schrick

pp. 193-194

 


229 EFFECTS OF NONYLPHENOL ON MOTILITY, ACROSOMAL INTEGRITY, AND MITOCHONDRAL MEMBRANE POTENTIAL OF EPIDIDYMAL RAT SPERM  

C. Uguz, O. Varisli, C. Agca and Y. Agca

pp. 194-194

 


230 ACTIVATION OF IN VITRO-MATURED BOVINE OOCYTES WITH IONOMYCIN AND ROSCOVITINE AFTER INTRACYTOPLASMIC SPERM INJECTION  

C. B. Fernandes, L. G. Devito, L. R. Martins, T. S. Rascado and F. C. Landim-Alvarenga

pp. 194-195

 


231 STAGE-DEPENDENT CHANGES OF IP3R1 PHOSPHORYLATION DURING IN VITRO MATURATION AND DEVELOPMENT IN PIG OOCYTES 

J. Ito, C. Suzukamo, T. Mochida, A. Furugaichi, N. Nakajima, R. A. Fissore and N. Kashiwazak

pp. 195-195

 


232 PARTHENOGENETIC DEVELOPMENT AND PLOIDY OF BOVINE OOCYTES FOLLOWING VARIOUS CHEMICAL ACTIVATION REGIMENS  

S.-A. Ock and G.-J. Rho

pp. 195-196

 


233 STUDY OF CORTICAL GRANULE CONTENT IN IN VITRO-MATURED PORCINE OOCYTES BY MEANS OF PNA LECTIN PRECIPITATION 

M. D. Saavedra, M. Avils, P. Coy and R. Romar

pp. 196-196

 


234 PARTHENOGENETIC ACTIVATION OF DOMESTIC CAT OOCYTES USING STRONTIUM 

C. Wang, K. Lee, S. Koh and Z. Machaty

pp. 196-197

 


235 DEVELOPMENT OF CAMEL (CAMELUS DROMEDARIUS) OOCYTES AFTER CHEMICAL ACTIVATION  

N. A. Wani

pp. 197-197

 


236 PARTHENOGENETIC ACTIVATION OF IN VITRO-MATURED OVINE OOCYTES WITH STRONTIUM 

J. Zhu and K. H. S. Campbell

pp. 197-198

 


237 EXPRESSION OF THE GENES HSP 70.1, ZAR-1, AND MATER IN BOVINE OOCYTES SUBMITTED TO PREMATURATION AND/OR IN VITRO MATURATION  

P. R. Adona, F. H. Biase, F. C. Braga, T. H. C. De Bem, R. Rochetti and C. L. V. Leal

pp. 198-198

 


238 EFFECTS OF LEPTIN SUPPLEMENTATION ON NUCLEAR AND CYTOPLASMIC IN VITRO MATURATION OF RABBIT OOCYTES 

M. Arias-Alvarez, R. M. Garcia-Garcia, L. Revuelta, P. G. Rebollar and P. L. Lorenzo

pp. 198-199

 


239 OOCYTE MATURATION IN VITRO: PROTEOME ALTERATIONS ANALYZED BY ULTRA-SENSITIVE FLUOROCHROME LABELING AND NANO-ESI-MS-MS 

F. Berendt, T. Froehlich, M. Boelhauve, T. Guengoer, E. Wolf and G. J. Arnold

pp. 199-199

 


240 DEVELOPMENT, DIFFERENTIATION, AND Trk EXPRESSION IN PARTHENOGENETIC BOVINE BLASTOCYSTS  

J. N. Caamaño, M. Muñoz, M. Álvarez-Viejo, C. Díez, C. de Frutos, A. Rodríguez, N. Facal, J. Otero and E. Gómez

pp. 199-200

 


241 STRATEGIES TO IMPROVE GLUTATHIONE CONTENT OF IN VITRO-MATURED BOVINE OOCYTES  

E. C. Curnow, J. Ryan, D. Saunders and E. S. Hayes

pp. 200-200

 


242 USE OF BRAIN-DERIVED NEUROTROPHIC FACTOR IN IN VITRO PREMATURATION OF BOVINE OOCYTES SUBJECTED TO PARTHENOGENETIC ACTIVATION  

T. H. C. De Bem, R. Rochetti, P. R. L. Pires, F. F. Bressan, P. R. Adona and C. L. V. Leal

pp. 200-201

 


243 NUCLEOSIDES REDUCE THE POTENTIAL OF THE MITOCHONDRIAL INNER MEMBRANE AND THE DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE OF MOUSE OOCYTES DURING IN VITRO MATURATION 

W. Fujii and H. Funahashi

pp. 201-201

 


244 AMPHIREGULIN CAN ASSIST IMMATURE PORCINE OOCYTES TO DEVELOP IN AN IN VITRO SYSTEM  

S. H. Jeong, J. H. Lee, E. B. Jeung, E. S. Lee and S. H. Hyun

pp. 201-202

 


245 EFFECTS OF MELATONIN ON THE IN VITRO OOCYTE MATURATION OF PORCINE CUMULUS–OOCYTE COMPLEXES  

J. K. Kang, O. J. Koo, D. K. Kwon, G. Jang, S. K. Kang, D. Y. Kim and B. C. Lee

pp. 202-202

 


246 FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF Sebox DURING OOCYTE MATURATION AND EARLY EMBRYOGENESIS BY RNAi 

K. H. Kim, E. Y. Kim, H. S. Lee and K. A. Lee

pp. 202-203

 


247 EFFECTS OF CYSTEINE IN IVM MEDIA ON IN VITRO MATURATION UNDER LOW OXYGEN TENSION, IN VITRO FERTILIZATION, AND IN VITRO CULTURE OF PORCINE OOCYTES  

N. V. Linh, D. N. Q. Thanh, M. Ozawa, B. X. Nguyen, K. Kikuchi and T. Nagai

pp. 203-203

 


248 OPTIMAL IN VITRO MATURATION TIME DEPENDS ON MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF BOVINE CUMULUS–OOCYTE COMPLEXES 

F. Morales-Pliego, M. Barceló-Fimbres, L. S. Amorim and G. E. Seidel Jr

pp. 203-204

 


249 FOLLICLE-STIMULATING HORMONE AND DIBUTYRYL cAMP TREATMENTS DURING IN VITRO MATURATION IMPROVE THE DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE OF MOUSE OOCYTES  

R. Oishi, Y. Isaji, H. Imai and M. Yamada

pp. 204-204

 


250 CYTOPLASMIC DYNEIN INTERMEDIATE CHAIN AND DYNACTIN p150Glued EXHIBIT DISTINCT SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL MICROTUBULE ASSOCIATIONS DURING BOVINE IN VITRO MATURATION AND ARE AFFECTED BY FOLLICLE SIZE  

S. E. Racedo, M. C. Branzini, D. Salamone, V. Y. Rawe and H. Niemann

pp. 204-205

 


251 DEVELOPMENT OF A TECHNIQUE FOR STAINING CHROMOSOME AND SPINDLE OF MI AND MII BABOON OOCYTES  

M. Ridha-Albarzanchi, S. Alanssari, A. Taiyeb, K. Dunkin, K. Beifuss, B. Chowdhary, C. Eddy, L. Liu, L. Bernstein and D. Kraemer

pp. 205-205

 


252 VITRIFICATION OF BOVINE BLASTOCYSTS PRODUCED AFTER OOCYTE MATURATION IN MEDIA CONTAINING FATTY ACIDS 

M. A. Shehab-El-Deen, J. L. M. R. Leroy, D. Maes and A. Van Soom

pp. 205-206

 


253 LACK OF ABILITY TO REGULATE KINASE ACTIVITIES MAY BE RESPONSIBLE FOR MEIOTIC INCOMPETENCE IN THE DOG OOCYTE  

N. Songsasen, P. Stein, R. M. Schultz, A. J. Travis, D. E. Wildt and B. P. Pukazhenthi

pp. 206-206

 


254 MOLECULAR AND SUBCELLULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF OOCYTES SCREENED FOR THEIR DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE BASED ON G6PDH ACTIVITY 

H. Torner, N. Ghanem, C. Ambros, M. Hoelker, W. Tomek, C. Phatsara, H. Alm, W. Kanitz, M. A. Sirard, K. Schellander and D. Tesfaye

pp. 207-207

 


255 PREIMPLANTATION DEVELOPMENT AND EXPRESSION OF Bax AND Hsp-70 GENES IN BOVINE EMBRYOS PRODUCED FROM OOCYTES MATURED IN CHEMICALLY DEFINED IVM MEDIUM WITHOUT GONADOTROPHINS  

A. A. Vireque, L. S. A. Camargo, R. V. Serapião, E. M. Ferreira, P. A. A. S. Navarro, A. A. M. Rosa e Silva and R. A. Ferriani

pp. 207-207

 


256 EFFECT OF EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR ON IN VITRO MATURATION OF CYNOMOLGUS MONKEY (MACACA FASCICULARIS) OOCYTES 

J. Yamasaki, J. Okahara-Narita, C. Iwatani, H. Tsuchiya, S. Nakamura, N. Sakuragawa and R. Torii

pp. 208-208

 


257 THE PRESENCE OFAMMONIUM IN CHEMICALLY DEFINED MATURATION MEDIUM INHIBITS PORCINE OOCYTE NUCLEAR MATURATION AND SUBSEQUENT EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT IN VITRO 

Y. Yuan and R. L. Krisher

pp. 208-209

 


258 THE EFFECT OF A PLANT PROTEIN COMPONENT OF MEDIA USED FOR BULL SPERM SEXING ON SPERM MEMBRANE STATUS 

M. Bochenek and Z. Smorag

pp. 209-209

 


259 ADDITION OF CHOLESTEROL TO FLOW-SORTED BULL SPERMATOZOA TO ENHANCE CRYOSURVIVAL DOES NOT AFFECT THE ACROSOME REACTION 

E. G. Crichton, J. K. Graham and J. L. Schenk

pp. 209-210

 


260 EFFECTIVENESS OF A COMMERCIALLY AVAILABLE POST-THAW BOVINE SEMEN SEXING KIT IN BOTH MULTIPLE-AND SINGLE-OVULATING COWS  

E. Curry, S. L. Pratt, D. Lapin and J. R. Gibbons

pp. 210-210

 


261 LABELING SEX-SPECIFIC DNA SEQUENCES IN MAMMALIAN SPERM  

B. A. Didion and R. Bleher

pp. 210-211

 


262 THE EFFECT OF TRIS AND Botu-Bov® FOR BOVINE SEXED SPERM CRYOPRESERVATION 

C. P. Freitas, J. A. Dell'Aqua-Junior, F. O. Papa, M. A. Alvarenga, A. M. Crespilho and F. C. Landim-Alvarenga

pp. 211-211

 


263 EVALUATION OFALTERNATIVE CRYOPROTECTANTS AND CHOLESTEROL-LOADED CYCLODEXTRINS FOR INCREASING CRYOSURVIVAL OF SEXED REFROZEN STALLION SPERMATOZOA  

J. K. Graham, M. A. Meyers, E. L. Squires and J. L. Schenk

pp. 211-212

 


264 SUITABILITY OF BOVINE SEXING PRIMERS FOR SEX DETERMINATION OF CAPRINE CELLS 

C. Herr, C. Valentin and K. Greeson

pp. 212-212

 


265 DIFFERENTIATING X- AND Y-BEARING SPERMATOZOA ASSOCIATED WITH THE ZONA PELLUCIDA AT THE TIME OF FERTILIZATION 

J. Mao, A. M. Davis, E. D. Fountain, R. M. Roberts and C. S. Rosenfeld

pp. 212-213

 


266 BIRTH OF CANINE OFFSPRING FOLLOWING INSEMINATION OF A BITCH WITH FLOW-SORTED SPERMATOZOA  

M. A. Meyers, G. Burns, D. Arn and J. L. Schenk

pp. 213-213

 


268 TIMED INSEMINATION OF HEIFERS WITH SEXED SPERM  

J. L. Schenk and G. E. Seidel

pp. 214-214

 


267 BIRTH OF DOMESTIC CAT KITTENS OF PREDETERMINED SEX AFTER TRANSFER OF EMBRYOS PRODUCED BY IN VITRO FERTILIZATION OF OOCYTES WITH FLOW-SORTED SPERMATOZOA 

C. E. Pope, E. B. Crichton, M. C. Gmez, C. Dumas and B. Dresser

pp. 213-214

 


269 THE ENHANCEMENT OF THE SENSITIVITY OF A PCR-BASED AVIAN SEX DETERMINATION ASSAY 

C. Valentin, R. West and C. Herr

pp. 214-215

 


270 STILL GLOWING AFTER ALL THESE YEARS: STORAGE LIFE OFA COMPLETE BOVINE SEXING PCR MIX 

R. West, C. Valentin and C. Herr

pp. 215-215

 


271 EFFECT OF MARE AGE ON OOCYTE MORPHOLOGY AND DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE AFTER INTRACYTOPLASMIC SPERM INJECTION 

J. L. Altermatt, T. K. Suh, J. E. Stokes, L. F. Campos-Chillon and E. M. Carnevale

pp. 215-216

 


272 BIRTH OF A CALF AFTER INTRACYTOPLASMIC SPERM INJECTION WITH FROZEN–THAWED EPIDIDYMAL SPERM FROM A POSTMORTEM BULL 

C. A. Guerrero, J. Smith, J. W. Lynn, K. R. Bondioli and R. A. Godke

pp. 216-216

 


273 REMOVAL OF ACROSOME FROM SPERM HEADS IMPROVES DEVELOPMENT OF RAT ZYGOTES THROUGH INTRACYTOPLASMIC SPERM INJECTION  

Y. Seita, S. Sugio, D. Sano, M. Nakada, M. Hoshina, Y. Okuda, J. Ito and N. Kashiwazaki

pp. 216-217

 


274 LYSOLECITHIN TREATMENT OF ELAND, BONGO, AND BOVINE SPERMATOZOA AND CLEAVAGE OF BOVINE OOCYTES AFTER INTERSPECIES INTRACYTOPLASMIC SPERM INJECTION 

G. Wirtu, C. E. Pope, M. C. Gomez, R. A. MacLean, D. L. Paccamonti and B. L. Dresser

pp. 217-217

 


275 IN VITRO DIFFERENTIATION OF PORCINE MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS INTO NEURON-LIKE CELLS  

B. Mohana Kumar, H. J. Song, E. J. Kang, M. K. Kim, S. A. Ock, S. Balasubramanian and G. J. Rho

pp. 217-217

 


276 CHARACTERIZATION OF BOVINE EPIBLAST OUTGROWTH COLONIES DERIVED FROM DAY 12 BLASTOCYSTS 

E. Østrup, K. Schauser, J. O. Gjørret and P. Maddox-Hyttel

pp. 218-218

 


277 ESTABLISHMENT OF EMBRYONIC STEM CELL LINES DERIVED FROM A EGFP-TRANSGENIC MOUSE AND THEIR SURVIVAL IN THE COCHLEA OF C57BL/6 MICE 

K. S. Ahn, S. J. Jeon, J. Y. Jung, T. Choi, S. J. Choi and H. Shim

pp. 218-218

 


278 DIRECTED NEURONAL DIFFERENTIATION OF PLURIPOTENT CELL LINES DERIVED FROM PIG PARTHENOGENETIC EMBRYOS 

T. A. L. Brevini, G. Pennarossa, S. Antonini, F. Cillo, V. Tosetti and F. Gandolfi

pp. 219-219

 


279 COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT METHODS OF ISOLATION OF EMBRYONIC STEM CELL-LIKE CELLS FROM IN VITRO-PRODUCED GOAT BLASTOCYSTS  

A. K. De, D. Malakar and Y. S. Akshey

pp. 219-219

 


280 ISOLATION, PRESERVATION, AND CHARACTERIZATION OF EQUINE UMBILICAL CORD BLOOD STEM CELLS 

C. De Schauwer, S. Piepers, M. K. Hoogewijs, J. L. J. Govaere, T. Rijsselaere, K. Demeyere, E. Meyer and A. Van Soom

pp. 220-220

 


281 USE OF MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS COLLECTED FROM BONE MARROW OF ADULT DOGS FOR THE TREATMENT OF NON-UNION BONE FRACTURES 

C. B. Dores, J. F. Lima-Neto, O. C. M. Pereira-Junior, T. S. Rascado, D. Passarelli, S. E. R. S. Lorena, S. C. Rahal and F. C. Landim-Alvarenga

pp. 220-221

 


282 CHARACTERIZATION OF THE DEVELOPMENTAL POTENTIAL OF FETAL SOMATIC STEM CELLS ISOLATED FROM DIFFERENT TISSUES 

N. Hornen, W. A. Kues and H. Niemann

pp. 221-221

 


283 EXPRESSION OF TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS AND MESENCHYMAL DIFFERENTIATION OF STEM CELLS DERIVED FROM WHARTON'S JELLY OF PORCINE UMBILICAL CORD 

E. J. Kang, B. Mohana Kumar, H. J. Song, M. K. Kim, S. A. Ock, B. J. Jeon, S. Balasubramanian and G. J. Rho

pp. 221-222

 


284 HIGH-THROUGHPUT MICROFLUIDIC TECHNOLOGIES FOR STEM CELL RESEARCH 

D. Kim, E. Monaco, A. Lima, W. L. Hurley and M. B. Wheeler

pp. 222-222

 


285 VIABILITY AND GENE EXPRESSION OF MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS CRYOPRESERVED WITH DIFFERENT CRYOPROTECTANTS  

M. K. Kim, S. A. Ock, B. G. Jeon, J. H. Cho and G. J. Rho

pp. 222-222

 


286 OSTEOGENIC DIFFERENTIATION IN VITRO OF PORCINE ADULT MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS  

A. Lima, E. Monaco, S. Wilson, D. Kim, C. Feltrin, S. Lane, M. Bionaz, W. L. Hurley and M. B. Wheeler

pp. 223-223

 


287 ACTIVE MITOCHONDRIA ARE PRESENT IN MOUSE AND MONKEY EMBRYONIC STEM CELL LINES 

T. Lonergan, A. Harvey, J. Zhao, B. Bavister and C. Brenner

pp. 223-223

 


288 THE EXPRESSION PATTERN OF ACETYLATED ALPHA-TUBULIN IS CONSERVED IN PORCINE AND MURINE SPERMATOGONIAL STEM CELLS 

J. Luo, S. Megee and I. Dobrinski

pp. 223-224

 


289 TARGETING EFFICIENCIES AND CALCIUM-BINDING PROTEIN PROFILES OF TWO MOUSE EMBRYONIC STEM CELL LINES  

S. Mamo, J. Kobolak, S. Becker, M. Horsch, J. Beckers and A. Dinnyes

pp. 224-224

 


290 A CYNOMOLGUS MONKEY EMBRYONIC STEM CELL LINE DERIVED FROM A SINGLE BLASTOMERE 

J. Okahara-Narita, J. Yamasaki, C. Iwatani, H. Tsuchiya, K. Wakimoto, Y. Kondo, T. Wakayama and R. Torii

pp. 224-225

 


291 ENRICHMENT OF CARDIOMYOCYTES DERIVED FROM MURINE EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS TRANSFECTED OR NOT WITH BOVINE GROWTH HORMONE GENE (bGH)  

C. S. Oliveira, N. Z. Saraiva, R. Vantini, M. V. Resende, T. A. D. Tetzner and J. M. Garcia

pp. 225-225

 


292 MULTILINEAGE POTENTIAL OF CANINE MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS DERIVED FROM BONE MARROW 

H. J. Song, E. J. Kang, B. G. Jeon and G. J. Rho

pp. 226-227

 


293 EMBRYONIC STEM-LIKE CELLS DERIVED FROM PORCINE INNER CELL MASS CELLS ISOLATED BY DIFFERENT METHODS 

X. A. Wolf, M. A. Rasmussen, K. Schauser and P. Maddox-Hyttel

pp. 226-226

 


294 SUPERSTIMULATION IN THE FIRST FOLLICULAR WAVE, WITHOUT THE USE OF ESTRADIOL IN BONSMARA CATTLE 

D. Carballo Guerrero, A. Tribulo, R. Tribulo, H. Tribulo and G. A. Bo

pp. 226-227

 


295 SUPEROVULATORY RESPONSE IN COWS FOLLOWING SYNCHRONIZATION OF FOLLICLE WAVE EMERGENCE WITH ESTRADIOL AT DIFFERENT STAGES OF THE ESTROUS CYCLE 

A. Garcia Guerra, G. A. Bó, J. Villarreal and G. M. Brogliatti

pp. 227-228

 


296 FREQUENT RECTAL PALPATIONS FOLLOWING SUPEROVULATORY TREATMENT AFFECT SEX RATIO OF EMBRYOS RECOVERED FROM HOLSTEIN HEIFERS  

A. Ideta, K. Hayama, M. Urakawa and Y. Aoyagi

pp. 228-228

 


297 EFFECT OF GONADOTROPIN-RELEASING HORMONE COMPARED WITH ESTRADIOL-17β AT THE BEGINNING OF A SUPERSTIMULATION PROTOCOL ON SUPEROVULATORY RESPONSE AND EMBRYO QUALITY  

J. M. Wock, L. M. Lyle and M. E. Hockett

pp. 228-229

 


298 EFFECT OF TWO DIFFERENT DOSES OF FOLLICLE-STIMULATING HORMONE IN ALUMINUM HYDROXIDE GEL BY A SINGLE INJECTION ON ESTRUS AND SUPEROVULATORY RESPONSE IN HOLSTEIN CATTLE 

H. Yoshioka, Y. Inaba, H. Matsuda, S. Matoba, K. Kimura and K. Imai

pp. 229-229

 


299 DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE OF TRANSGENIC BOVINE EMBRYOS RECONSTRUCTED BY NUCLEAR TRANSFER USING MEIOSIS-BLOCKED OOCYTES 

F. F. Bressan, M. Miranda, P. R. Adona, T. H. C. De Bem, F. V. Meirelles, F. T. V. Pereira, M. Binelli and C. L. V. Leal

pp. 229-230

 


300 HEMIZYGOUS PRION PROTEIN GENE (PRNP) KNOCKOUT IN CATTLE FIBROBLASTS  

D. Brunetti, G. Rossi, I. Lagutina, R. Duchi, S. Colleoni, M. Catania, C. Viscomi, D. Piga, M. Zeviani, G. Lazzari, F. Tagliavini and C. Galli

pp. 230-230

 


301 EVALUATION OF THE SPERM-MEDIATED GENE TRANSFER (SMGT) TECHNIQUE BY IN VITRO FERTILIZATION IN PIGS USING RecA PROTEIN  

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

pp. 230-231

 


302 INHIBITION OF HUMAN NATURAL KILLER (NK) CELL-MEDIATED CYTOTOXICITY IN MINIPIG CELLS BY KAPOSI'S SARCOMA-ASSOCIATED HERPESVIRUS K5 PROTEIN  

G. S. Han, K. M. Choi, S. P. Hong, J. Y. Yoo, E. J. Kim, S. H. Kim, Y. C. Park, J. G. Seol and K. W. Park

pp. 231-231

 


303 ESTABLISHMENT OF PREGNANCIES WITH HANDMADE CLONING PORCINE EMBRYOS RECONSTRUCTED WITH FIBROBLASTS CONTAINING AN ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE GENE 

P. M. Kragh, J. Li, Y. Du, L. Lin, M. Schmidt, I. B. Boegh, L. Bolund, A. L. Nielsen, I. E. Holm, A. L. Joergensen and G. Vajta

pp. 231-232

 


304 HUMAN AUGMENTER OF LIVER REGENERATION TRANSGENIC OVINE EMBRYO DERIVED FROM SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER 

Y. Ma, P. Zhou, D. Liu, G. Xia and S. Bou

pp. 232-232

 


305 TRANSGENIC CLONED PIGS EXPRESSING ORANGE FLUORESCENT PROTEIN KUSABIRA-ORANGE 

H. Matsunari, M. Onodera, N. Tada, H. Mochizuki, E. Haruyama, B. Ogawa, Y. Ikeda, Y. Tohi, N. Nakayama, H. Saito, S. Ueno, M. Kurome and H. Nagashima

pp. 232-233

 


306 GENERATION OF HUMAN A20 GENE-TRANSGENIC PORCINE FETAL FIBROBLASTS FOR SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER 

M. Oropeza, B. Petersen, N. Hornen, D. Herrmann and H. Niemann

pp. 233-233

 


307 TRANSGENESIS MEDIATED BY INTRACYTOPLASMIC SPERM INJECTION (ICSI) ASSISTED BY CHEMICAL ACTIVATION IN DIFFERENT DOMESTIC SPECIES  

F. Pereyra-Bonnet, R. Fernández-Martín, R. Olivera, J. Jarazo, G. Vichera, A. Gibbons and D. Salamone

pp. 233-234

 


308 INFLUENCE OFA MATRIX ATTACHMENT REGION ON THE EXPRESSION OF BICISTRONIC VECTORS TRANSFECTED IN MAMMALIAN CELLS CULTURED IN VITRO  

A. Perota, D. Brunetti, M. Lizier, F. Lucchini and C. Galli

pp. 234-234

 


309 PRODUCTION OF PIGS TRANSGENIC FOR HUMAN HEMEOXYGENASE-I BY SOMATIC NUCLEAR TRANSFER 

B. Petersen, A. Lucas-Hahn, D. Herrmann, W. A. Kues, W. Ramackers, S. Bergmann, J. W. Carnwath, M. Winkler and H. Niemann

pp. 234-234

 


310 PRODUCTION OF TRANSGENIC CLONED PORCINE EMBRYOS EXPRESSING EGFP OR LacZ GENE THROUGH REPLICATION DEFECTIVE RETROVIRAL VECTOR 

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

pp. 235-235

 


311 RISK ASSESSMENT OF α-LACTALBUMIN TRANSGENIC PIGS 

M. B. Wheeler, W. L. Hurley, S. J. Lane, G. E. Bressner, T. VanEtten, D. Kim, A. S. Lima, E. Monaco and S. M. Wilson

pp. 235-235

 


312 LUTEAL MORPHOMETRIC PARAMETERS AND SONOGRAPHIC ECHOTEXTURE DURING LUTEOGENESIS PERIOD IN PREGNANT GOATS  

E. K. N. Arashiro, J. H. M. Viana, J. F. Fonseca, L. G. B. Siqueira, J. H. Bruschi, L. S. Camargo, C. A. C. Fernandes and F. Z. Brandão

pp. 236-236

 


313 EVALUATION OF COLOR DOPPLER ULTRASONOGRAPHY OF THE PERIFOLLICULAR BLOOD FLOW TO PREDICT THE DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE OF BOVINE CUMULUS–OOCYTE COMPLEXES COLLECTED DURING REPEATED OVUM PICK-UP SESSIONS 

A. Hanstedt, K. Höffmann, Ä. Honnens, H. Bollwein and C. Wrenzycki

pp. 236-237

 


314 ULTRASONOGRAPHIC ASSESSMENT OF FETAL DEVELOPMENT IN AI AND ET SHEEP FETUSES 

M. Panarace, G. Jauregui, J. Smith, D. Ferguson, J. Hill and M. J. Medina

pp. 237-237

 


315 CORPORA LUTEA MORPHOLOGICAL AND ECHOTEXTURAL ATTRIBUTES RELATED TO PLASMA PROGESTERONE CONCENTRATION IN HEIFERS  

L. G. B. Siqueira, J. H. M. Viana, C. A. A. Torres, E. D. Souza, L. S. Amorim, J. F. Fonseca, L. S. A. Camargo and P. L. J. Monteiro Jr

pp. 237-238

 


  
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