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Reproduction, Fertility and Development Reproduction, Fertility and Development
Volume 23 Number 1 2011
Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the International Embryo Transfer Society, Orlando, Florida, 8–12 January 2011
Full Papers and Abstracts for Poster Presentation


IETS 2011 author index 


pp. 267-274

 


IETS 2011 abstracts 


pp. 107-265

  
 


Recipient of the 2011 IETS Pioneer Award: Sir Ian Wilmut, PhD 


pp. xxiii-xxiv

 


Does size matter in females? An overview of the impact of the high variation in the ovarian reserve on ovarian function and fertility, utility of anti-Müllerian hormone as a diagnostic marker for fertility and causes of variation in the ovarian reserve in cattle 

J. J. Ireland, G. W. Smith, D. Scheetz, F. Jimenez-Krassel, J. K. Folger, J. L. H. Ireland, F. Mossa, P. Lonergan and A. C. O. Evans

pp. 1-14

  
 


In vitro and in vivo regulation of follicular formation and activation in cattle 

Joanne E. Fortune, Ming Y. Yang and Wanzirai Muruvi

pp. 15-22

  
 


Recent insights into oocyte–follicle cell interactions provide opportunities for the development of new approaches to in vitro maturation 

Robert B. Gilchrist

pp. 23-31

  
 


Follicular somatic cell factors and follicle development 

J. Buratini and C. A. Price

pp. 32-39

  
 


Cryopreservation and in vitro culture of caprine preantral follicles 

J. R. Figueiredo, A. P. R. Rodrigues, J. R. V. Silva and R. R. Santos

pp. 40-47

  
 


Cells under pressure: how sublethal hydrostatic pressure stress treatment increases gametes' and embryos' performance 

Csaba Pribenszky and Gabor Vajta

pp. 48-55

  
 


Perspectives on transgenic livestock in agriculture and biomedicine: an update 

Jorge A. Piedrahita and Natasha Olby

pp. 56-63

  
 


Epigenetic control of development and expression of quantitative traits 

Hélène Jammes, Claudine Junien and Pascale Chavatte-Palmer

pp. 64-74

  
 


Next generation sequencing allows deeper analysis and understanding of genomes and transcriptomes including aspects to fertility 

Thomas Werner

pp. 75-80

  
 


Dynamic proteome signatures in gametes, embryos and their maternal environment 

Georg J. Arnold and T. Frohlich

pp. 81-93

  
 


Nuclear architecture in developmental biology and cell specialisation 

Thomas Cremer and Valeri Zakhartchenko

pp. 94-106

  
 


1 ARGININE SUPPLEMENTATION IN VITRO INCREASES PORCINE EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT AND AFFECTS¬†mRNA TRANSCRIPT EXPRESSION 

B. K. Bauer, L. D. Spate, C. N. Murphy and R. S. Prather

pp. 107-107

 


2 NEW IVF TRANSGENESIS STRATEGY IN BOVINE USING CELL CYCLE INHIBITORS AND MOSAICISM REVERSION BY CLONING 

R. J. Bevacqua, F. Pereyra-Bonnet, R. Olivera, M. I. Hiriart, R. Fernandez-Martín and D. F. Salamone

pp. 107-107

 


3 TESTIS-SPECIFIC PROTEIN, Y-ENCODED (TSPY) COPY NUMBER AND EXPRESSION IN BOVINE BLASTOCYSTS 

C. K. Hamilton, A. Combe, A. Macaulay, F. Ashkar, L. A. Favetta and W. A. King

pp. 108-108

 


4 IDENTIFICATION AND FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERIZATION OF HEAT SHOCK PROTEIN 40 IN PIG OVARY 

G. Pennarossa, S. Maffei, M. M. Rahman, A. Vanelli, G. Berruti, T. A. L. Brevini and F. Gandolfi

pp. 108-108

 


5 PRODUCTION OF TRANSGENIC LIVESTOCK USING A LENTIVIRUS EXPRESSING MULTIPLE SHORT INTERFERING RNAs TARGETING FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE VIRUS 

M. Peoples, M. Westhusin, K. Tessanne and C. Long

pp. 109-109

 


6 CLONING AND EXPRESSION OF BOVINE FACTOR IN THE GERMLINE ALPHA (FIGLA) IN OOCYTES AND EARLY EMBRYOS: A POTENTIAL TARGET OF microRNA-212 

S. K. Tripurani, K. B. Lee, G. W. Smith and J. Yao

pp. 109-109

 


7 ESTRUS LENGTH AND INTENSITY IN BOS TAURUS (HOLSTEIN) v. BOS INDICUS (NELORE) NONLACTATING COWS 

M. R. Bastos, M. A. P. Meschiatti, R. S. Surjus, A. B. Prata, A. P. Lemes, M. M. Guardieiro, F. A. P. Santos and R. Sartori

pp. 110-110

 


8 THE USE OF ANNEXIN V MAGNETIC-ACTIVATED CELL SORTING TO SEPARATE APOPTOTIC SPERM FROM THE EJACULATE OF STALLIONS 

M. A. Coutinho da Silva, C. R. F. Pinto, J. M. Young and K. Cole

pp. 110-111

 


9 EVALUATION OF FERTILITY TRAITS OF HOLSTEIN CATTLE IN ARGENTINA 

F. A. Di Croce, A. M. Saxton, D. Casanova and F. N. Schrick

pp. 111-111

 


10 IN VITRO PROGESTERONE RELEASE KINETICS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF DIFFERENT INTRAVAGINAL DEVICES USED IN CATTLE 

G. C. Gomes, A. Kehrle, M. Maturana Filho, C. V. F. Caetano, J. R. V. Pimentel, P. H. P. Miguez and E. H. Madureira

pp. 111-112

 


11 PREGNANCY RATES IN ESTONIAN HOLSTEIN HEIFERS AFTER INSEMINATION WITH SEXED SPERM 

J. Kurykin, M. Jalakas, L. Majas, T. Kaart and Ü. Jaakma

pp. 112-112

 


12 INDUCTION OF OVARIAN ACTIVITY IN THE MANED WOLF (CHRYSOCYON BRACHYURUS) USING A GnRH-AGONIST 

A. E. Johnson, L. R. Padilla, K. Hope, D. E. Wildt and N. Songsasen

pp. 112-113

 


13 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EARLIER POSTPARTUM CYCLICITY AND SUBSEQUENT REPRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE IN DAIRY COWS: A FIELD TRIAL 

I. H. Kim, H. C. Lee and H. G. Kang

pp. 113-113

 


14 EFFECT OF PORCINE SEMINAL PLASMA AND EGG YOLK ON CHEMOTAXIS AND PHAGOCYTOSIS OF NEUTROPHILS DERIVED FROM PERIPHERAL BLOOD OF PIGS AND COWS 

J.-C. Li and H. Funahashi

pp. 113-114

 


15 IN VIVO PROGESTERONE RELEASE KINETICS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF DIFFERENT INTRAVAGINAL DEVICES USED IN CATTLE 

M. Maturana Filho, G. C. Gomes, C. V. F. Caetano, A. Kehrle, P. H. P. Miguez, J. R. V. Pimentel and E. H. Madureira

pp. 114-114

 


16 FERTILITY RATE OBTAINED WITH A NEW INTRAVAGINAL PROGESTERONE RELEASING DEVICE DICO IN SHEEP 

C. García-Pintos, P. C. dos Santos-Neto and A. Menchaca

pp. 114-115

 


17 PREGNANCY RATE OBTAINED WITH THE REUTILIZATION OF INTRAVAGINAL DEVICE DICO AFTER 6 DAYS OF TREATMENT FOR ESTRUS SYNCHRONIZATION IN SHEEP 

P. C. dos Santos-Neto, C. García-Pintos and A. Menchaca

pp. 115-115

 


18 EFFECTS OF SKIM MILK ON THE QUALITY AND FERTILITY OF BOAR SEMEN FOLLOWING LIQUID PRESERVATION AT 5°C AND 15°C 

Z. Namula, R. Kodama, Y. Kaedei, F. Tanihara, V. L. Vien and T. Otoi

pp. 115-116

 


19 FACTORS AFFECTING PREGNANCY RATE AFTER ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION WITH EQUINE SEMEN: PRODUCTION OF THE FIRST FOAL USING FROZEN SEMEN IN KOREA 

Y. S. Park, Y. G. Cho, K. H. Cho and G. J. Cho

pp. 116-116

 


20 FACTORS THAT AFFECT PURITY AND YIELD OF BOVINE SEX-SORTED SPERM 

Y. Sakamoto, M. Ueda, S. Toda and H. Kimura

pp. 116-117

 


21 THE INJECTION OF CORTISOL TO UTERUS INCREASES THE IMPLANTATION RATE AND LITTER SIZE IN PIG ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION USING CYROPRESERVED SPERMATOZOA 

M. Shimada and T. Okazaki

pp. 117-117

 


22 INFLUENCE OF SEASONALITY ON OVULATORY FOLLICULAR WAVE DYNAMIC IN LONG PROTOCOLS IN SANTA INÊS SHEEP IN THE TROPICS 

M. E. F. Oliveira, H. Ayres, L. G. Oliveira, P. P. M. Teixeira, S. D. Bicudo, J. F. Fonseca and W. R. R. Vicente

pp. 117-118

 


23 EFFECTS OF THE NUMBER OF SERVICES FERTILITY IN DAIRY COWS 

M. Yamaguchi, M. Tanisawa, H. Koyama, S. Takahashi and O. Dochi

pp. 118-118

 


24 EFFECT OF CULTURE OF SEMEN IN A LOW PRESSURE CONDITION AT ROOM TEMPERATURE ON VIABILITY AND CAPACITATION STATUS OF BOAR SPERM 

K. Yamashita, S. Ishida and H. Funahashi

pp. 118-118

 


25 EFFECT OF REPRODUCTIVE TRACT SIZE ON CONCEPTION RATES IN LACTATING DAIRY COWS UTILIZING A REPRODUCTIVE TRACT SCORING SYSTEM 

C. Young, F. A. Di Croce, D. Roper, J. Harris, N. Rohrbach, J. Wilkerson and F. N. Schrick

pp. 119-119

 


26 EFFECT OF TREATMENT OF BOVINE DONOR CELLS WITH MOUSE EMBRYONIC STEM CELL EXTRACT ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF EMBRYOS AFTER NUCLEAR TRANSFER 

S. Akagi, E. Mizutani, Y. Inaba, M. Kaneda, T. Somfai, S. Haraguchi, S. Watanabe, Y. Hashiyada and K. Matsukawa

pp. 119-119

 


27 CLONING OF ADULT PIGS USING SCRIPTAID TREATMENT AND PREOVULATORY EMBRYO TRANSFER 

M. Albornoz, C. Colato, N. El-Beyrouthi, F. Mellano, A. Mellano, P. H. Mellano, M. L. Mellano, M. A. Mellano, J. C. Mellano, H. Baldassarre and V. Bordignon

pp. 120-120

 


28 GENERATION OF REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES IN BOVINE CULTURED SOMATIC CELLS AND SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYOS DURING MICROMANIPULATION PROCEDURES AND EARLY IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT 

H. K. Bae, J. Y. Kim, I. S. Hwang, C. K. Park, B. K. Yang and H. T. Cheong

pp. 120-120

 


29 PROTEOMIC ANALYSIS OF CLONED TERM PLACENTA DERIVED FROM SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER CATS 

J. I. Bang, D. W. Bae, Y. S. Kwon, S. J. Cho, G. K. Deb, A. N. Ha and I. K. Kong

pp. 121-121

 


30 SCRIPTAID TREATMENT IMPROVES POST-IMPLANTATION DEVELOPMENT OF SHEEP CLONED EMBRYOS 

V. Bordignon, M. Albornoz, C. Colato, N. El-Beyrouthi, J. I. Mellano, A. Meltsas, F. Mellano, P. H. Mellano, M. L. Mellano, M. A. Mellano, J. C. Mellano and H. Baldassarre

pp. 121-121

 


31 DEVELOPMENT AND APOPTOSIS IN BOVINE CLONED EMBRYOS RECONSTRUCTED WITH OOCYTES COLLECTED BY REPEATED OVUM PICKUP SESSIONS OR FROM SLAUGHTERED COW OVARIES 

L. S. A. Camargo, M. M. Pereira, C. C. R. Quintao, J. N. S. Sales, L. T. Iguma, R. V. Serapiao and J. H. M. Viana

pp. 122-122

 


32 A CLONED FOAL PRODUCED USING OOCYTES RECOVERED BY TRANSVAGINAL ASPIRATION OF IMMATURE FOLLICLES 

Y. H. Choi, J. D. Norris, I. C. Velez, C. C. Jacobson, D. L. Hartman and K. Hinrichs

pp. 122-122

 


33 PRODUCTION OF CLONED BOER GOATS AND DORPER SHEEP IN ARGENTINA 

C. Colato, M. Albornoz, M. L. Mellano, P. H. Mellano, J. I. Mellano, A. Meltsas, M. A. Mellano, J. C. Mellano, V. Bordignon and H. Baldassarre

pp. 123-123

 


34 EVALUATION OF DIFFERENT SEQUENTIAL CULTURE SYSTEMS ON THE DEVELOPMENT AND QUALITY OF BOVINE EMBRYOS GENERATED BY SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER 

R. F. Felmer, M. E. Arias, J. L. Riveros, G. A. Munoz and J. H. Rio

pp. 123-123

 


35 EFFECTIVENESS OF MICROWELL-BASED IN VITRO CULTURE SYSTEMS FOR BOVINEZONA-FREE CLONED EMBRYOS 

C. Feltrin, M. Machado, L. M. V. Queiroz, M. A. S. Peixer, P. F. Malard, G. M. Santana, M. Bertolini, M. Wheeler and J. L. Rodrigues

pp. 124-124

 


36 CHANGES IN PLASMA CONCENTRATIONS OF PROGESTERONE AND ESTROGENS DURING GESTATION IN COWS WITH STILLBORN SOMATIC CELL CLONED CALVES 

M. Hirako, H. Takahashi, M. Aoki, H. Ishizaki, Y. Kariya, Y. Hanafusa, M. Kubo, M. Suto, N. Adachi and S. Akagi

pp. 124-125

 


37 LIMITATION OF BOVINE OOPLASM IN REPROGRAMMING OF PORCINE SOMATIC CELLS 

O. Østrup, F. Strejcek, I. Petrovicova, M. Morovic, N. Laurincikova, A. Lucas-Hahn, B. Petersen, H. Niemann, J. Laurincik and P. Hyttel

pp. 125-125

 


38 DNA METHYLATION IN PORCINE PREIMPLANTATION EMBRYOS DEVELOPED IN VIVO AND PRODUCED BY IN VITRO FERTILIZATION, PARTHENOGENETIC ACTIVATION, AND SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER 

R. S. Deshmukh, O. Oestrup, E. Oestrup, M. Vejlsted, H. Niemann, A. Lucas-Hahn, B. Petersen, J. Li, H. Callesen and P. Hyttel

pp. 125-125

 


39 IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT OF CANINE EMBRYOS PRODUCED BY INTERSPECIES SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER USING ENUCLEATED BOVINE OOCYTES 

Y. Kaedei, A. Fujiwara, F. Tanihara, Z. Namula, V. L. Vien and T. Otoi

pp. 126-126

 


40 VARIOUS DNA METHYLATION LEVELS OF IMPRINTED GENES IN CLONED COWS FROM THE SAME DONOR CELLS 

M. Kaneda, S. Watanabe, S. Akagi, T. Somfai, S. Haraguchi, M. Hirako, M. Geshi and T. Nagai

pp. 126-126

 


41 DEVELOPMENT OF SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFERRED RAT EMBRYOS TO THE BLASTOCYST BY A HISTONE DEACETYLASE INHIBITOR, TRICHOSTATIN A 

N. Kashiwazaki, N. Nakajima, K. Fujimaki, K. Syudo and J. Ito

pp. 126-127

 


42 LARGE-SCALE PRODUCTION OF CLONED TRANSGENIC PIGS: EFFICIENCY AND SIDE EFFECTS 

M. Kurome, B. Kessler, N. Klymiuk, A. Wuensch, V. Zakhartchenko, H. Nagashima and E. Wolf

pp. 127-127

 


43 SHORT- AND LONG-LASTING EFFECTS OF TRICHOSTATIN A TREATMENT OF SCNT EMBRYOS IN CATTLE 

I. Lagutina, R. Duchi, S. Colleoni, G. Lazzari and C. Galli

pp. 127-128

 


44 IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT OF INTERSPECIES NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYOS GENERATED WITH BOVINE OOCYTES AND EQUINE SKIN FIBROBLASTS 

J. Lee, J. Park, Y. Chun, W. Lee and K. Song

pp. 128-128

 


45 IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT OF BOVINE TRANSGENIC NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYOS IN SERUM-FREE AND SERUM-SUPPLEMENTED MEDIA 

J. Y. Lee, S. G. Lee, E. J. Jung, S. H. Jeong, C. J. Yang, Y. W. Jeong, S. H. Hyun, Y. W. Kim, T. Shin, E.-B. Jeung and W. S. Hwang

pp. 128-129

 


46 THREE STAGES ESTABLISHMENT OF IN VITRO MATURATION OF PORCINE OOCYTES USED AS RECIPIENT CYTOPLASTS FOR SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER 

M. R. Lee, S. H. Park, T. S. Kim, S. Y. Kim, H. J. Eun, C. S. Park and J. H. Lee

pp. 129-129

 


47 PHYSIOLOGICAL STATUS OF MALE AND FEMALE MINIATURE PIGS CLONED WITH MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS 

S. L. Lee, G. H. Maeng, W. J. Lee, R. H. Chon and G. J. Rho

pp. 129-129

 


48 DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE OF CLONED OR PARTHENOGENETICALLY ACTIVATED PORCINE EMBRYOS: EFFECT OF DIAMETER OF PREPUBERTAL GILT OOCYTES 

J. Li, J. Adamsen, R. Li, H. Pedersen, Y. Liu, S. Purup, G. Vajta and H. Callesen

pp. 130-130

 


49 IMPROVED PORCINE CLONING EFFICIENCY WITH CELLS CULTURED FOR SEVERAL GENERATIONS AFTER A SINGLE TREATMENT WITH XENOPUS EGG EXTRACT 

Y. Liu, O. Østrup, J. Li, G. Vajta, P. M. Kragh, S. Purup, R. Li and H. Callesen

pp. 130-131

 


50 FIRST EQUINE CLONE BORN IN ARGENTINA BY SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER FROM A POLO ARGENTINO MARE 

M. Miragaya, M. Revora, F. Rigali, C. Herrera, L. Viviani, C. Quintans, S. Pascualini and L. Losinno

pp. 131-131

 


51 SCRIPTAID AND MG132 IMPROVE DEVELOPMENT OF PORCINE EMBRYOS RECONSTRUCTED BY SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER 

J. Mao, L. Tracy, J. Zhao, K. M. Whitworth, L. Spate, E. M. Walters and R. S. Prather

pp. 131-132

 


52 THE EFFECTS OF DONOR CELL CYCLE AND THE TIMING OF OOCYTE ACTIVATION ON DEVELOPMENT OF BOVINE NUCLEAR TRANSFERRED EMBRYOS IN VIVO 

K. Matsukawa, S. Akagi, K. Fukunari, Y. Hosokawa, C. Yonezawa, S. Watanebe and S. Takahashi

pp. 132-132

 


53 IMPACTS OF USING PROCAINE AS A DNA-DEMETHYLATING AGENT IN IN VITRO CULTURE OF BOVINE CELLS 

V. A. Michalczechen-Lacerda, F. C. Rodrigues, R. V. de Sousa, R. Rumpf and M. M. Franco

pp. 132-133

 


54 THE EFFECT OF TREATMENT OF BOVINE NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYOS WITH VALPROIC ACID ON THEIR SUBSEQUENT IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT 

E. Mizutani, S. Akagi, M. Kaneda, T. Somfai, S. Watanabe, M. Geshi and T. Nagai

pp. 133-133

 


55 CONSTRUCTION AND IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT OF FOLLISTATIN TRANSGENIC PORCINE EMBRYO BY SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER 

Y. S. Mu, D. D. Jiang, Y. J. Huan, J. Zhu, H. Li and Z. H. Liu

pp. 133-133

 


56 ESTABLISHMENT OF TRANSGENIC RED FLUORESCENCE PROTEIN (RFP) CLONE DOGS THROUGH A STABLE TRANSMISSION OF RFP GENE TO NEXT GENERATION 

H. J. Oh, J. E. Park, M. J. Kim, G. A. Kim, E. J. Park, S. G. Hong, G. Jang and B. C. Lee

pp. 134-134

 


57 GENE EXPRESSION PATTERN OF MINIATURE PIG SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYOS TREATED WITH THE HISTONE DEACETYLASE INHIBITOR SCRIPTAID 

C. H. Park, S. G. Lee, H. J. Lee, T. K. Jung, Y. H. Jeong, Y. W. Jeong, S. H. Hyun, Y. W. Kim, T. Shin, E.-B. Jeung and W. S. Hwang

pp. 134-134

 


58 ISOLATION OF BOVINE TROPHOBLAST AND ITS REPROGRAMMING BY NUCLEAR TRANSFER 

I. M. Saadeldin, B. H. Kim, B. Roibas da Torre, O. J. Koo, G. Jang and B. C. Lee

pp. 134-135

 


59 SYNCHRONIZATION OF CELL CYCLE STAGE OF BUFFALO (BUBALUS BUBALIS) FETAL FIBROBLAST CELLS BY DIFFERENT TREATMENTS 

N. L. Selokar, A. George, A. P. Saha, R. Sharma, M. Muzaffar, P. Palta, M. S. Chauhan, R. S. Manik and S. K. Singla

pp. 135-135

 


60 EFFECT OF CYTOPLASMIC VOLUME ON DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE OF HAND-GUIDED CLONED BUFFALO (BUBALUS BUBALIS) EMBRYOS 

S. K. Panda, A. George, A. P. Saha, R. Sharma, N. M. Kamble, R. S. Manik, M. S. Chauhan, P. Palta and S. K. Singla

pp. 135-136

 


61 EFFECT OF ROOM TEMPERATURE HOLDING PROCEDURE ON ABILITY OF OOCYTES TO MATURE AND DEVELOP IN VITRO AFTER EQUINE SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER 

K. Song, J. Lee, J. Park, W. Lee, Y. Chun, J. Lee and S. Yeon

pp. 136-136

 


62 COMPARATIVE PROTEOMIC ANALYSIS OF LIVER MITOCHONDRIA DERIVED FROM DECEASED NEWBORN CLONED CALVES AND ADULT CLONES BY TWO-DIMENSIONAL DIFFERENTIAL GEL ELECTROPHORESIS 

K. Takeda, M. Tasai, S. Akagi, S. Watanabe, M. Oe, K. Chikuni, M. Ohnishi-Kameyama, Y. Nakamura, T. Tagami, H. Hanada and K. Nirasawa

pp. 137-137

 


63 OOCYTE GENOME CLONING USED IN TRANSGENIC BOVINE EMBRYO PRODUCTION 

G. Vichera, R. Olivera and D. Salamone

pp. 137-137

 


64 MACROGLOSSIA IN CLONED PIGLETS IS ASSOCIATED WITH HYPOMETHYLATION AT THE KCNQ-OT1 CpG ISLAND 

C. Li, C. O'Gorman, R. S. Prather, J. A. Green and K. D. Wells

pp. 138-138

 


65 SCRIPTAID CORRECTS GENE EXPRESSION OF A FEW ABERRANTLY REPROGRAMMED TRANSCRIPTS IN NUCLEAR TRANSFER PIG BLASTOCYST STAGE EMBRYOS 

K. M. Whitworth, J. Zhao, L. D. Spate and R. S. Prather

pp. 138-138

 


66 DNA METHYLOME ANALYSIS IN NUCLEAR TRANSFER DONOR CELLS AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO CLONING EFFICIENCY IN SWINE 

J. J. Whyte, S. C. Isom, W. G. Spollen, S. M. Blake, E. M. Walters and R. S. Prather

pp. 138-139

 


67 PIG OOCYTES WITH A LARGE PERIVITELLINE SPACE MATURED IN VITRO HAVE GREATER DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE AFTER PARTHENOGENESIS AND SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER 

J. You, N. Kim, S. Kang and E. Lee

pp. 139-139

 


68 OSMOTIC RESPONSES OF EQUINE EMBRYOS WITH AND WITHOUT CAPSULES TO CRYOPROTECTANTS 

J. P. Barfield, S. P. Leibo, P. M. McCue and G. E. Seidel

pp. 139-140

 


69 QUALITY OF IN VITRO PRODUCED AND CRYOPRESERVED PORCINE EMBRYOS ASSESSED BY CELL NUMBER, TUNEL-POSITIVE NUCLEI, AND CASPASE-3 ACTIVITY 

M. Bryla, M. Trzcinska and B. Gajda

pp. 140-140

 


70 REFREEZING POST-THAWED GOAT SEMEN 

D. B. Carwell, B. R. Scott, G. T. Gentry, K. R. Bondioli and R. A. Godke

pp. 140-141

 


71 WILL DEHYDRATION BY EXPOSURE TO SUCROSE IMPROVE POST-VITRIFICATION SURVIVAL OF MURINE EMBRYOS VITRIFIED BY THE OPEN PULLED STRAW METHOD? 

M. El-Gayar, J. Reischl, M. Gauly and W. Holtz

pp. 141-141

 


72 SUPERIOR PREGNANCY RATES WITH THE TRANSFER OF OPEN PULLED STRAW-VITRIFIED V. CONVENTIONALLY CRYOPRESERVED EMBRYOS IN GOATS 

M. El-Gayar, A. N. Al Yacoub, M. Gauly and W. Holtz

pp. 141-142

 


73 LIPID CONTENT AND CRYOTOLERANCE OF PORCINE EMBRYOS CULTURED WITH PHENAZINE ETHOSULFATE 

B. Gajda, M. Romek, I. Grad, E. Krzysztofowicz, M. Bryla and Z. Smorag

pp. 142-142

 


74 MECHANICAL DELIPIDATION IMPROVES CRYOSURVIVAL AND IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT OF VITRIFIED CAT OOCYTES 

J. Galiguis, M. C. Gómez, C. E. Pope, B. L. Dresser and S. P. Leibo

pp. 142-142

 


75 INFLUENCE OF CRYOPRESERVATION ON THE SUSCEPTIBILITY OF GOAT SPERM AGAINST DIFFERENT REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES 

P. A. A. Góes, M. Nichi, R. O. C. Silva, E. G. A. Perez, A. Dalmazzo, J. R. C. Gurgel, C. C. Rocha, R. Simões, M. A. Peres, M. E. O. A. Assumpção, R. C. Barnabe and V. H. Barnabe

pp. 143-143

 


76 EFFECT OF CULTURE METHOD ON THE mRNA EXPRESSION BEFORE AND AFTER CRYOPRESERVATION IN BOVINE BLASTOCYSTS 

A. Kuzmany, V. Havlicek, C. Wrenzycki, S. Wilkening, G. Brem and U. Besenfelder

pp. 143-144

 


77 PREGNANCY RATES AFTER VITRIFICATION OF FRESH AND COOLED EQUINE EMBRYOS USING THE CRYOTOP METHOD 

C. Baca Castex, G. Dalvit, M. Miragaya, A. Alonso, M. Pinto, V. Etcharren, C. Castaneira and L. Losinno

pp. 144-144

 


78 EFFECT OF EXTENDER AND STORAGE PERIOD ON THE SOUTH AFRICAN INDIGENOUS KOLBROEK BOAR SPERM CELL MOTILITY RATES FOLLOWING ANALYSIS BY COMPUTER-ASSISTED SPERM ANALYSIS 

M. B. Masenya, M. L. Mphaphathi, P. H. Munyai, I. Egerszegi, D. O. Umesiobi, A. Dinnyes and T. L. Nedambale

pp. 144-144

 


79 DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE OF OVINE OOCYTES VITRIFIED AT GERMINAL VESICLE STAGE: IN VITRO FERTILIZATION, PARTHENOGENETIC ACTIVATION, AND SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER 

A. R. Moawad, I. Choi, J. Zhu and K. H. S. Campbell

pp. 145-145

 


80 TREATING BOAR SPERM WITH CHOLESTEROL IMPROVES CRYOSURVIVAL 

E. A. Moraes, C. A. A. Torres, J. K. Graham, P. L. Romualdo and P. S. Lopes

pp. 145-145

 


81 HIGH THROUGHPUT VITRIFICATION OF IN VIVO FERTILIZED AND IN VITRO CULTURED PORCINE EMBRYOS 

C. N. Murphy, L. D. Spate, B. K. Bauer and R. S. Prather

pp. 146-146

 


82 CRYOPRESERVATION OF BOAR EPIDIDYMAL SPERMATOZOA; ADDITION OF SEMINAL PLASMA TO THAWING SOLUTION IMPROVES REPRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE BY ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION 

T. Okazaki, T. Akiyoshi, M. Kan, H. Teshima and M. Shimada

pp. 146-146

 


83 EFFECTS OF CYTOCHALASIN B AND VITRIFICATION PROCEDURE ON SURVIVAL AND IN VITRO MATURATION OF SWAMP BUFFALO OOCYTES CRYOPRESERVED AT THE IMMATURE STAGE 

Y. Y. Liang, T. Phermthai, T. Nagai, T. Somfai and R. Parnpai

pp. 147-147

 


84 COMPARISON BETWEEN IN VIVO AND IN VITRO PRODUCED EMBRYOS WITH FORSKOLIN AFTER VITRIFICATION 

D. M. Paschoal, M. J. Sudano, T. S. Rascado, L. C. O. Magalhães, L. F. Crocomo, J. F. Lima-Neto, A. Martins Júnior and F. C. Landim-Alvarenga

pp. 147-147

 


85 DOMESTIC CAT KITTENS BORN AFTER TRANSFER OF CRYOPRESERVED EMBRYOS PRODUCED BY IN VITRO FERTILIZATION OF OOCYTES WITH FLOW-SORTED SPERM 

C. E. Pope, E. G. Crichton, M. C. Gómez, C. Dumas and B. L. Dresser

pp. 148-148

 


86 EFFECT OF CRYOPROTECTANT EXPOSURE, VITRIFICATION, AND WARMING TIME OF BOVINE CUMULUS OOCYTE COMPLEXES ON IN VITRO FERTILIZATION AND EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT 

J. R. Prentice, J. Singh, R. J. Mapletoft and M. Anzar

pp. 148-148

 


87 EFFECT OF CRYOPROTECTANT CONCENTRATION IN THE VITRIFICATION SOLUTION ON THE ZONA PELLUCIDA HARDENING AND SPERMATOZOA PENETRATION OF BOVINE OOCYTES 

A. Quiñones Martorello, G. Rios, A. Cano and R. H. Alberio

pp. 149-149

 


88 EFFECT OF VITRIFICATION PROCEDURE ON SURVIVAL RATE OF BOVINE EMBRYOS PRODUCED IN VITRO 

E. Y. Herrera, C. de Frutos, R. Laguna-Barraza, A. Gutierrez-Adan and D. Rizos

pp. 149-150

 


89 SURVIVAL OF CAT EPIDIDYMAL SPERM AFTER TEMPORARY COOL STORAGE OR CRYOPRESERVATION IN DEFINED EXTENDERS 

J. R. Saenz, C. Dumas, B. L. Dresser, M. C. Gómez, R. A. Godke and C. E. Pope

pp. 150-150

 


90 OPEN PULLED STRAW VITRIFICATION OF IN VITRO PORCINE BLASTOCYTS IN A CHEMICALLY DEFINED MEDIUM 

J. Sanchez-Osorio, C. Cuello, J. Gomis, C. Maside, M. A. Gil, I. Parrilla, J. Roca, J. M. Vazquez and E. A. Martinez

pp. 150-151

 


91 TREATMENT OF GOAT SPERM WITH CATALASE TO IMPROVE POST-THAW QUALITY 

R. O. C. Silva, M. Nichi, E. G. A. Perez, P. A. A. Góes, A. Dalmazzo, J. R. C. Gurgel, C. C. Rocha, R. Simões, M. A. Peres, M. E. O. A. Assumpção, R. C. Barnabe and V. H. Barnabe

pp. 151-151

 


92 EFFECT OF LOW-DENSITY LIPOPROTEIN ON THE QUALITY OF CRYOPRESERVED RAM SEMEN 

P. P. N. Snoeck, M. C. Silva, L. C. O. Moura, M. M. Neves and M. Henry

pp. 151-152

 


93 EFFECT OF ANTIOXIDANTS SUPPLEMENTATION ON THE QUALITY OF CRYOPRESERVED SPERM OF DOGS 

C. A. B. Sobrinho, M. Nichi, P. A. A. Góes, A. Dalmazzo, S. E. Crusco, E. G. A. Perez, P. I. M. Pacheco Filho, P. B. S. Cardoso, M. P. Rodrigues, R. C. Barnabe and V. H. Barnabe

pp. 152-152

 


94 EFFECT OF OVARIAN SIZE ON THE VIABILITY OF CRYOPRESERVED SYRIAN HAMSTER OVARIES 

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

pp. 152-153

 


95 THE EFFECT OF FREEZING TECHNIQUES ON QUALITY OF CAT TESTICULAR SPERM 

M. Techakumphu, S. Buarpung and T. Tharasanit

pp. 153-153

 


96 THE EFFECT OF CHEMICAL DELIPIDATION ON CRYOPRESERVABILITY OF CAT EMBRYOS 

T. Tharasanit and M. Techakumphu

pp. 153-153

 


97 IMPROVED CRYOPRESERVATION OF DOMESTIC CAT SPERMATOZOA IN A SOY LECITHIN-BASED EXTENDER 

M. M. Vick, H. L. Bateman and W. F. Swanson

pp. 153-154

 


98 THE FETAL AND POSTNATAL EFFECTS OF PERICONCEPTIONAL HYPERGLYCEMIA USING A RABBIT MODEL 

R. Brat, A. Rolland, R. Thieme, M. Dahirel, G. Boyer, A. Navarette-Santos, B. Fischer, P. Boileau and P. Chavatte-Palmer

pp. 154-154

 


99 EFFICIENCY OF CATIONIC LIPID-BASED DNA TRANSFECTION OF BOVINE IVF-DERIVED ZONA-FREE BLASTOCYSTS 

C. Feltrin, I. S. Carneiro, J. B. S. Neto, R. R. Freire, D. B. Rios, T. M. M. Nobre, J. B. Barreto, L. R. Bertolini and M. Bertolini

pp. 155-155

 


100 GLOBAL H3K27me3 IS DISTINCT IN THE PORCINE EPIBLAST AND TROPHECTODERM AND IS POTENTIALLY CORRELATED TO X-INACTIVATION IN FEMALE EMBRYOS 

Y. Gao, V. Hall and P. Hyttel

pp. 155-156

 


101 EXTERNAL PARAMETRIC INDICATORS OF IN VITRO DEVELOPMENTALLY COMPETENT WATER BUFFALO OOCYTES 

D. Hufana-Duran, P. G. Duran, E. P. Atabay, Y. Kanai, Y. Takahashi and L. C. Cruz

pp. 156-156

 


102 PROTEOMIC ANALYSIS OF CONDITIONED MEDIUM SUPPLEMENTED WITH PORCINE FOLLICULAR FLUID 

S. Hwang, K. B. Oh, H.-C. Lee, B.-C. Yang, D. Lim, G.-S. Im, J.-S. Woo and S.-B. Park

pp. 156-156

 


103 TRANSDUCTION PATHWAYS RELATED TO GLUCOSE METABOLISM IN MALE AND FEMALE BOVINE EMBRYOS PRODUCED IN VITRO 

M. Garcia-Herreros, I. M. Aparicio, D. Rath, T. Fair and P. Lonergan

pp. 157-157

 


104 COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE YOLK SAC OF BOVINE EMBRYOS AT 30 DAYS OF PREGNANCY DERIVED FROM ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION OR IN VITRO FERTILIZATION 

C. M. Oliveira, A. Oliveira, E. Fonseca and M. A. Miglino

pp. 157-157

 


105 IN VIVO DEVELOPMENT OF CANINE PARTHENOTES AND THE EXPRESSION PATTERN OF Igf2/Igf2r GENES 

J. E. Park, H. J. Oh, M. J. Kim, G. A. Kim, E. J. Park, G. Jang and B. C. Lee

pp. 158-158

 


106 EFFECTS OF BONE MORPHOGENETIC PROTEIN 4 (BMP4) AND ITS INHIBITOR NOGGIN ON BOVINE IN VITRO EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT 

I. La Rosa, R. Fernandez-Martin, D. A. Paz and D. F. Salamone

pp. 158-158

 


107 DIFFERENCES IN THE INNER MITOCHONDRIAL MEMBRANE POTENTIAL BETWEEN NON-CULTURED AND CULTURED PORCINE EMBRYOS 

M. Romek, B. Gajda, M. Rolka and Z. Smorag

pp. 159-159

 


108 A CRITICAL-SIZE CRANIOFACIAL BONE DEFECT MODEL IN THE YORKSHIRE PIG 

A. J. Maki, S. G. Clark, J. R. Woodard, M. Goldwasser and M. B. Wheeler

pp. 159-159

 


109 INTRAFOLLICULAR GLUCOSE CONCENTRATION HAS AN INFLUENCE ON THE SEX OF BOVINE BLASTOCYSTS PRODUCED IN VITRO 

E. Abele, H. Stinshoff, A. Hanstedt, S. Wilkening, S. Meinecke-Tillmann and C. Wrenzycki

pp. 160-160

 


110 EXPRESSION AND CLONING OF OESTRADIOL RECEPTOR α AND PROGESTERONE RECEPTORS AND INTERFERONE STIMULATED GENE 15 IN ENDOMETRIUM AND CORPUS LUTEUM OF PREGNANT CAMEL 

A. S. Abdoon, O. M. Kandil, H. Kleim, D. Schams, B. Berisha and C. M. Zeng

pp. 160-160

 


111 SINGLE EQUINE EMBRYO LIPID FINGERPRINTING BY MASS SPECTROMETRY 

R. F. Gonçalves, C. R. Ferreira, C. M. B. Orlandi, V. C. Sartori, H. N. Ferreira, F. C. Gozzo, S. A. Saraiva, E. J. Pilau and M. N. Eberlin

pp. 160-161

 


112 EXPRESSION OF DNA METHYLTRANSFERASES (DNMT) IN PLACENTAL TISSUES DURING EARLY PREGNANCY IN SHEEP 

A. T. Grazul-Bilska, M. L. Johnson, P. P. Borowicz, D. A. Redmer and L. P. Reynolds

pp. 161-161

 


113 EFFECT OF SOME FACTORS ON CONCEPTION RATE IN ALPACAS UNDER PERUVIAN HIGHLAND CONDITION 

A. Diaz, W. Huanca, A. Ampuero, H. Huaman, J. Camacho, T. Huanca, D. Quispe and H. Diaz

pp. 161-162

 


114 BOVINE EMBRYO-MATERNAL RECOGNITION MAY OCCUR EARLIER IN AI THAN IN EMBRYO TRANSFER (ET) 

A. Ideta, Y. Nakamura, K. Tsuchiya, H. Fujiwara, T. Yamaguchi, K. Imakawa and Y. Aoyagi

pp. 162-162

 


115 EXPRESSION OF RADICAL S-ADENOSYL METHIONINE DOMAIN CONTAINING-2 (RSAD2) AND TRANSFORMING GROWTH FACTOR β (TGF-β) IN BOVINE PERIPHERAL BLOOD MONONUCLEAR CELLS DURING PREGNANCY: IDENTIFICATION OF POTENTIAL BIOMARKERS TO DETERMINE PREGNANCY STATUS 

N. Mansouri-Attia, L. J. Oliveira, F. Carter, N. Forde, P. Lonergan and T. Fair

pp. 162-163

 


116 PREGNANCY RATES AFTER ADMINISTRATION OF EQUINE CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN (eCG) AT PROGESTERONE INTRAVAGINAL DEVICE REMOVAL AND 14 DAYS AFTER FIXED-TIME AI IN BEEF CATTLE 

R. Núñez, T. de Castro, L. Cutaia, G. Bó and A. Menchaca

pp. 163-163

 


117 SERUM PROGESTERONE CONCENTRATION AND EMBRYO DIAMETER ON DAY 7 POST-OVULATION IN MARES 

B. R. Scott, D. B. Carwell, R. A. Hill, K. R. Bondioli, R. A. Godke and G. T. Gentry

pp. 163-164

 


118 A SINGLE INTRAUTERINE INFUSION OF SUSTAINED RELEASE RECOMBINANT BOVINE INTERFERON τ ON DAY 13 EXTENDS CORPUS LUTEUM LIFESPAN IN CYCLIC COWS 

H. Takahashi, Y. Hashiyada, Y. Inaba, T. Yasuda, M. Hirako and M. Geshi

pp. 164-164

 


119 FGF2 AND FGF10 STIMULATES BOVINE AND OVINE TROPHOBLAST CELL MIGRATION 

Q. E. Yang, K. Zhang, M. I. Giassetti, M. Ozawa, S. E. Johnson and A. D. Ealy

pp. 164-165

 


120 SUPPLEMENTATION OF VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL GROWTH FACTOR DURING IN VITRO MATURATION OF PORCINE IMMATURE CUMULUS–OOCYTE COMPLEXES AND SUBSEQUENT DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE AFTER PARTHENOGENESIS AND SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER 

D. Biswas, Y.-B. Jeon, G.-H. Kim, E.-B. Jeung and S. H. Hyun

pp. 165-165

 


121 DEVELOPMENTAL CHANGES IN THERMOPROTECTIVE ACTIONS OF INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR-1 ON THE PREIMPLANTATION BOVINE EMBRYO 

A. Q. S. Bonilla, L. J. Oliveira, M. Ozawa, E. M. Newsom, M. C. Lucy and P. J. Hansen

pp. 165-166

 


122 EXTENSIVE ALTERATIONS IN THE QUANTITATIVE PROTEOME PROFILE DURING EARLY EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT 

M. Demant, T. Fröhlich, E. Wolf and G. J. Arnold

pp. 166-166

 


123 AGGREGATION OF CLONED EQUINE EMBRYOS: IMPROVEMENT OF IN VITRO AND IN VIVO DEVELOPMENT 

A. Gambini, J. Jarazo, R. Olivera, F. Karlanian and D. F. Salamone

pp. 166-166

 


124 CO-CULTURE WITH BOVINE INTACT CUMULUS–OOCYTE COMPLEXES DURING IN VITRO FERTILIZATION OF BUFFALO DENUDED OOCYTES COMPLETELY RESTORES THEIR FERTILIZING AND DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE 

M. De Blasi, M. Rubessa, L. Boccia, S. Di Francesco, M. V. Suárez Novoa, V. Longobardi and B. Gasparrini

pp. 167-167

 


125 EFFECT OF GLYCERALDEHYDE-3-PHOSPHATE DURING BOVINE IN VITRO EMBRYO CULTURE 

M. Rubessa, S. Di Francesco, M. V. Suárez Novoa, L. Boccia, V. Longobardi, M. De Blasi and B. Gasparrini

pp. 167-167

 


126 EFFECT OF REDUCING GLUCOSE CONCENTRATION DURING IN VITRO EMBRYO CULTURE IN BUFFALO (BUBALUS BUBALIS) 

M. V. Suárez Novoa, S. Di Francesco, M. Rubessa, L. Boccia, V. Longobardi, M. De Blasi and B. Gasparrini

pp. 168-168

 


127 EFFECT OF DIETARY FATS ON EMBRYO QUALITY AND YIELD IN HEAT-STRESSED DAIRY CATTLE 

Y. Z. Guzey and A. G. Onal

pp. 168-168

 


128 MULTIPLICATION OF 8-CELL EMBRYOS BY AGGREGATION OF A SINGLE ENHANCED GREEN FLUORESCENT PROTEIN-LABELED BLASTOMERE WITH PUTATIVE TETRAPLOID EMBRYOS 

M. I. Hiriart, R. J. Bevacqua, R. Fernandez-Martin and D. F. Salamone

pp. 168-169

 


129 DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE OF PORCINE OOCYTES AFTER IN VITRO MATURATION AND IN VITRO CULTURE UNDER COMPARATIVE OXYGEN TENSION 

J. T. Kang, M. Atikuzzaman, D. K. Kwon, S. J. Park, S. J. Kim, J. H. Moon, M. N. Gomez, O. J. Koo, G. Jang and B. C. Lee

pp. 169-169

 


130 THE SYNERGIC EFFECT OF NERVE GROWTH FACTOR AND VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL GROWTH FACTOR ON IN VITRO MATURATION AND DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE IN BOVINE OOCYTES 

B. Kim, I. M. Saadeldin, B. Lee and G. Jang

pp. 169-170

 


131 EFFECT OF BREED AND FROZEN–THAWED RAM SEMEN ON IN VITRO FERTILIZATION AND OVINE EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT 

K. C. Lehloenya, N. Mahoete, J. P. C. Greyling and T. L. Nedambale

pp. 170-170

 


132 EFFECTS OF OXYGEN TENSION, MEDIUM, AND WELL OF THE WELL ON IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT OF THE MOUSE EMBRYO 

Y. S. Li, Z. B. Cao, Y. Liu, H. G. Cao, Y. Tao, X. R. Zhang and Y. H. Zhang

pp. 170-170

 


133 EVALUATION OF OOCYTE DONOR SOURCE AND CULTURE MEDIUM ON DOMESTIC CAT EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT RATES 

A. J. Pearks Wilkerson, R. D. Landry and C. R. Long

pp. 171-171

 


134 EFFECTS OF VITAMIN E AND VITAMIN C ON THE DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE OF BUFFALO (BUBALUS BUBALIS) EMBRYOS DERIVED FROM PARTHENOGENETIC ACTIVATION, IN VITRO FERTILIZATION, AND NUCLEAR TRANSFER 

F. Lu, Z. Zhang, S. Zhang, N. Li, J. Jiang and D. Shi

pp. 171-171

 


135 EXPRESSION OF APOPTOSIS-RELATED GENES IN BUFFALO (BUBALUS BUBALIS) EMBRYOS PRODUCED THROUGH IN VITRO FERTILIZATION AND PARTHENOGENETIC ACTIVATION 

S. Saw, K. P. Singh, R. Kaushik, M. Muzaffar, M. S. Chauhan, R. S. Manik, S. K. Singla, P. Palta and M. K. Singh

pp. 172-172

 


136 N-METHYL-D-ASPARTIC ACID AND HOMOCYSTEINE CAN BE USED TOGETHER AS A REPLACEMENT FOR BOVINE SERUM ALBUMIN IN EARLY PORCINE EMBRYO CULTURE 

L. D. Spate, B. K. Bauer, C. N. Murphy and R. S. Prather

pp. 172-172

 


137 PHENAZINE ETHOSULFATE AND FETAL CALF SERUM EFFECTS ON THE DEVELOPMENT AND APOPTOSIS OF IN VITRO PRODUCED BOVINE EMBRYOS 

M. J. Sudano, D. M. Paschoal, T. S. Rascado, L. C. O. Magalhães, L. F. Crocomo, J. F. Lima-Neto, R. Machado and F. C. Landim-Alvarenga

pp. 173-173

 


138 TIME-LAPSE CINEMATOGRAPHY-COMPATIBLE INJECTION-MOLDED MICROWELL CULTURE SYSTEM FOR TRACKING THE DEVELOPMENT OF INDIVIDUAL BOVINE EMBRYOS 

S. Sugimura, T. Akai, T. Somfai, M. Hirayama, Y. Aikawa, M. Ohtake, H. Hattori, S. Kobayashi, Y. Hashiyada, K. Konishi and K. Imai

pp. 173-173

 


139 TRICHOSTATIN A IMPROVED IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT OF PORCINE NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYOS PRODUCED BY A NEW ACTIVATION METHOD 

L. C. Sui, W. Wang, Y. S. Li, Y. L. Zhang, S. F. Ji, Z. B. Cao, J. W. Chen, T. Gui, M. L. Zhang, X. R. Zhang and Y. H. Zhang

pp. 173-174

 


140 PRODUCTION OF RECONSTRUCTED IN VITRO PRODUCED BOVINE EMBRYOS BY INNER CELL MASS AND TROPHECTODERM AGGREGATION IN VITRO 

I. P. Emanuelli, E. Razza, C. M. Barros and M. F. G. Nogueira

pp. 174-174

 


141 A NOVEL METHOD FOR PURIFICATION OF INNER CELL MASS AND TROPHECTODERM CELLS FROM BOVINE BLASTOCYSTS USING MAGNETIC ACTIVATED CELL SORTING 

M. Ozawa and P. J. Hansen

pp. 174-174

 


142 CHIMERISM BY AGGREGATION OF BISECTED IN VITRO PRODUCED BOVINE EMBRYOS 

E. M. Razza, I. P. Emanuelli, C. M. Barros and M. F. G. Nogueira

pp. 175-175

 


143 TREATMENT WITH VITAMINS A AND E IMPROVE OOCYTE QUALITY AND IN VITRO EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT IN BOS INDICUS COWS 

J. J. F. Evangelista, C. E. A. Souza, M. E. A. Moraes and A. A. A. Moura

pp. 175-175

 


144 HEAT TOLERANCE OF DEMI-EMBRYOS FROM A TROPICAL-ADAPTED BOS TAURUS BREED 

R. H. Alvarez, A. C. Martinez and R. M. L. Pires

pp. 176-176

 


145 EFFECT OF TRANSFER OF CATTLE ELONGATING EMBRYO TO A REPEAT BREEDER COW ON PREGNANCY RATE AND INCIDENCE OF A RETURN TO ESTRUS 

K. Kimura, S. Matsuyama and T. Kojima

pp. 176-176

 


146 CONSEQUENCES OF EMBRYONIC EXPOSURE TO COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR 2 ON TROPHOBLAST ELONGATION, INTERFERON TAU SECRETION, AND GENE EXPRESSION IN THE EMBRYONIC DISC AND TROPHECTODERM 

B. Loureiro, M. G. Favoreto, J. Block, S. Carambula, K. Pennington, A. D. Ealy and P. J. Hansen

pp. 176-177

 


147 USE OF EQUINE CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN AFTER EMBRYO TRANSFER IN NELORE AND CROSSBRED RECIPIENT CATTLE 

M. C. C. Mattos, M. R. Bastos, A. C. S. Oliveira, J. R. S. Gonçalves, T. A. Oliveira, G. B. Mourão and R. Sartori

pp. 177-177

 


148 PIGLET GROWTH AND BLOOD COMPONENTS DURING LACTATION FOLLOWING RECIPROCAL EMBRYO TRANSFER BETWEEN MEISHAN AND WHITE CROSSBRED GILTS 

J. R. Miles, J. L. Vallet, J. J. Ford, B. A. Freking, R. A. Cushman, W. T. Oliver and R. K. Christenson

pp. 177-178

 


149 AN INEXPENSIVE LABORATORY PRACTICE TO TEACH EMBRYO COLLECTION AND TRANSFER 

A. Martinez, G. Tovar, C. Estrada, E. Esperon and S. Romo

pp. 178-178

 


150 CONCEPTION RATES OF FRESH AND FROZEN IN VIVO-PRODUCED MORULAE AND BLASTOCYSTS IN LACTATING DAIRY RECIPIENT COWS 

R. Sartori, M. C. C. Mattos, M. R. Bastos, T. A. Oliveira, J. N. Guenther and M. C. Wiltbank

pp. 178-179

 


151 PREGNANCY RATES AFTER A NONSTEROIDAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORY (FLUNIXIN MEGLUMINE) AND PROGESTERONE (P4) ADMINISTRATION TO MANGALARGA MARCHADOR RECIPIENT MARES 

P. G. Rodrigues, A. M. Resende, J. C. Souza, R. R. Carvalho and R. Maculan

pp. 179-179

 


152 EFFECT OF EMBRYO TRANSFER AFTER ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION ON THE CONCEPTION RATE IN DAIRY COWS UNDER HEAT STRESS IN SOUTHERN JAPAN 

M. Tani, C. Tani, K. Tomokawa, D. Funakoshi, M. Sakatani, M. Takahashi, G. Kitahara and S. Kamimura

pp. 179-179

 


153 EFFECT OF DIFFERENT HOLDING AND TRANSPORT MEDIA ON CONCEPTION RATES FOLLOWING TRANSFER OF IN VIVO AND IN VITRO FERTILIZATION-DERIVED BOVINE EMBRYOS 

C. A. Zanenga, C. M. Martins, N. C. Rodovalho, F. Aidar, J. F. Hasler, I. C. C. Santos and R. Valentim

pp. 180-180

 


154 EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TREATMENT WITH TRYPSIN IN MURINES EMBRYOS EXPERIMENTALLY EXPOSED TO BOVINE HERPES VIRUS TYPE-1 (BoHV-1) BY THE NESTED-PCR TECHNIQUE 

E. Palazzi, D. Pavão, M. Alves, L. Batista, R. Queiroz, F. Souza and M. D'Angelo

pp. 180-180

 


155 EMBRYONIC APOPTOSIS AFTER BTV-8 INFECTION IN BOVINE HATCHED IN VITRO PRODUCED BLASTOCYSTS 

L. Vandaele, W. Wesselingh, K. De Clercq, I. De Leeuw, H. Favoreel, A. Van Soom and H. Nauwynck

pp. 180-181

 


156 MONITORING SALIVARY TESTOSTERONE CONCENTRATIONS FROM CAPTIVE AMAZONIAN MANATEES (TRICHECHUS INUNGUIS): IS THERE SEASONAL PATTERN? 

R. S. Amaral, F. C. W. Rosas, P. Viau, M. Nichi, V. M. F. da Silva and C. A. Oliveira

pp. 181-181

 


158 DEVELOPMENT OF FIELD ASSAY FOR EVALUATION OF WHITE RHINOCEROS NEUTROPHIL FUNCTION AS A STRESS MARKER 

M. Kruger, N. I. Pitts, J. Virgo, E. Betts, K. Delk and R. A. Fayrer-Hosken

pp. 181-182

 


159 COMPARISON BETWEEN EQUINE CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN AND PORCINE FOLLICLE STIMULATING HORMONE FOR IN VIVO PRODUCTION OF EMBRYOS IN ALPACAS (VICUGNA PACOS) SHOWING NATURAL LUTEAL PHASE AFTER INDUCTION OF OVULATION 

W. Vivanco, E. Huaman, S. Leon, T. Nunez, A. Gregoire, D. Ponce, E. Alvarado and M. Asparrin

pp. 182-182

 


160 SUCCESSFUL PREGNANCY IN ESTRUS-SYNCHRONIZED HIMALAYAN TAHRS (HEMITRAGUS JEMLAHICUS) BY TRANSCERVICALLY INSEMINATING FRESH AND EXTENDED-CHILLED SEMEN COLLECTED BY ELECTROEJACULATION 

H. Yong, B.-S. Bae, S.-D. Kim and S.-H. Hyun

pp. 182-183

 


161 DIETARY ENERGY SOURCE IN PRIMIPAROUS DAIRY COWS DURING THE TRANSITION PERIOD: BLOOD METABOLITES AND FOLLICULAR CLASSIFICATION 

M. A. T. Artunduaga, S. G. Coelho, A. M. Borges, A. M. Q. Lana and H. M. Saturnino

pp. 183-183

 


162 OVARIAN ULTRASOUND BIOMICROSCOPY IN RABBITS 

M. P. Cervantes, J. Singh, J. M. Palomino, D. Li and G. P. Adams

pp. 183-184

 


163 IN VITRO CULTURE OF PORCINE OOCYTE-GRANULOSA CELL COMPLEXES 

Y. F. Diao, R. X. Han, H. R. Kim, C. S. Park and D. I. Jin

pp. 184-184

 


164 EPIGENETIC ANALYSIS OF GENOMIC DNA IN PREPUBERAL AND ADULT BOVINE OOCYTES 

M. Diederich, J. Heinzmann, W. Kues, U. Baulain, T. Haaf, R. Reinhardt and H. Niemann

pp. 184-184

 


165 SHORT-TIME FASTING AFFECTS METABOLIC MARKERS WITHOUT IMPACT ON FOLLICLE AND OOCYTE DEVELOPMENT IN THE RABBIT MODEL 

R. M. Garcia-Garcia, P. G. Rebollar, M. Arias Alvarez, O. G. Sakr, P. Ramos Ibeas, G. Brecchia, P. Millan, C. Boiti and P. L. Lorenzo

pp. 185-185

 


166 THE DIFFERENTIAL TRANSCRIPTOME AND ONTOLOGY PROFILES OF MURAL AND CUMULUS GRANULOSA CELLS IN STIMULATED HUMAN ANTRAL FOLLICLES 

S. Kõks, A. Velthut, A. Sarapik, S. Altmäe, E. Reinmaa, L. C. Schalkwyk, C. Fernandes, H. Lad, U. Soomets, Ü.W. Jaakma and A. Salumets

pp. 185-186

 


167 VISUALISATION OF FAT ACCUMULATION IN BOVINE PREANTRAL AND ANTRAL OOCYTES USING 2-PHOTON MICROSCOPY 

A. Langbeen, J. L. M. R. Leroy, I. Pintelon and P. E. J. Bols

pp. 186-186

 


168 CHARACTERIZATION AND DIFFERENTIATION INTO OOCYTE-LIKE CELL MASSES OF PORCINE MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS DERIVED FROM OVARIAN THECA CELLS 

Y. M. Lee, B. Mohana Kumar, S. W. Kim, S. L. Lee and G. J. Rho

pp. 186-187

 


169 CHANGES OF PROTEIN PROFILES DURING FOLLICLE DEVELOPMENT AND IN VITRO OOCYTE MATURATION IN THE PIG 

M. R. Ji, D. M. Jang, Y. S. Lee, H. T. Cheong, B. K. Yang and C. K. Park

pp. 187-187

 


170 NATURALLY OCCURRING CHRONIC MASTITIS COMPROMISES FOLLICULOGENESIS, AFFECTS VASCULARIZATION, AND INTERACTS WITH DIFFERENTIATION FACTOR GDF-9 IN BOVINE OVARIAN STROMA 

M. M. Rahman, M. Mazilli, G. Pennarossa, T. A. L. Brevini, A. Vanelli, A. Zecconi and F. Gandolfi

pp. 187-187

 


172 REUSE OF AUTOCLAVED INTRAVAGINAL PROGESTERONE DEVICE TO ESTROUS SYNCHRONIZATION IN TOGGENBURG GOATS IN THE BREEDING SEASON 

J. M. G. Souza, C. A. A. Torres, M. C. Silva, A. L. R. S. Maia, J. H. Bruschi, F. Z. Brandão, J. H. M. Viana, V. J. F. Freitas and J. F. Fonseca

pp. 188-188

 


173 A COMBINED RECOMBINANT BOVINE SOMATOTROPIN/EQUINE CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN PROTOCOL IN THE ZEBU BREED TABAPUA AND HOLSTEIN HEIFERS SUBMITTED TO OVUM PICKUP 

J. C. de Souza, H. de Morais, R. Spuri, R. C. Andrade and T. L. C. Pinto

pp. 188-189

 


174 EVALUATION OF THE 9-DAY PROTOCOL FOR ESTROUS SYNCHRONIZATION IN SANTA INÊS EWES 

P. Viau, M. B. Paes de Barros, L. M. K. Dias, S. S. Nicolau, C. T. Marino and C. A. Oliveira

pp. 189-189

 


175 METABOLIC STRESS IMPAIRS FOLLICULAR GROWTH IN SUPEROVULATED HEIFERS 

H. Aardema, B. A. J. Roelen, B. M. Gadella and P. L. A. M. Vos

pp. 189-189

 


176 EFFECTS OF VEHICLE AND ROUTE OF ADMINISTRATION OF LETROZOLE ON OVARIAN FUNCTION IN CATTLE 

M. J. Yapura, R. J. Mapletoft, J. Singh, R. A. Pierson, D. Rogan and G. P. Adams

pp. 190-190

 


177 GENE EXPRESSION PROFILES OF IN VITRO- AND IN VIVO-DERIVED BOVINE EMBRYOS 

D. Aktoprakligil Aksu, C. Agca, S. Aksu, T. Akkoc, A. Tas Caputcu, S. H. Kizil, H. Sagirkaya, H. Bagis and Y. Agca

pp. 190-190

 


178 DISTINCT EXPRESSION AND REGULATION OF ECTONUCLEOTIDE PYROPHOSPHATASE/PHOSPHODIESTRASE 2 AND ITS POTENTIAL ROLE(S) IN THE UTERUS OF RATS DURING ESTROUS CYCLE 

H.-J. Ahn and E.-B. Jeung

pp. 191-191

 


179 EFFECT OF SERUM DURING CULTURE ON DAY 14 ELONGATED BOVINE EMBRYOS 

J. Angulo, G. T. Gentry, R. A. Godke and K. R. Bondioli

pp. 191-191

 


180 HEAT STRESS INDUCES ALTERATION IN EXPRESSION OF GENES RELATED TO COMPETENCE AND IMPLANTATION IN NELORE BOVINE IN VITRO-PRODUCED EMBRYOS 

C. F. Silva, A. C. S. Castilho, R. A. Satrapa, R. Z. Puelker, E. M. Razza, H. P. Eduardo, J. Buratini and C. M. Barros

pp. 191-192

 


181 TRANSCRIPTIONAL SEXUAL DIMORPHISM IN AUTOSOMAL GENES ON BOVINE DAY 14 EMBRYOS 

P. Bermejo-Alvarez, D. Rizos, P. Lonergan and A.-G. Adan

pp. 192-192

 


182 CALBINDIN-D28k IS PREDOMINANTLY EXPRESSED AND REGULATED BY ESTROGEN IN HUMAN ENDOMETRIUM DURING MENSTRUAL CYCLE 

K.-C. Choi, H. Yang and E.-B. Jeung

pp. 192-193

 


183 MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN KINASES ARE ACTIVATED BY ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPHATE IN RAT OVARIAN SURFACE EPITHELIAL CELLS 

K.-A. Hwang and K.-C. Choi

pp. 193-193

 


184 EXPRESSION OF GENES RELATED TO DNA METHYLATION AND GLUCOSE METABOLISM DURING THE PRE-IMPLANTATIONAL STAGE OF BOVINE EMBRYOS 

A. R. Ferreira, G. M. Machado, J. M. Azevedo, R. Sartori, M. A. N. Dode and M. M. Franco

pp. 193-193

 


185 HIGH-THROUGHPUT PROTEOMIC ASSESSMENT OF FROZEN–THAWED BOAR SPERMATOZOA 

J. M. Feugang, K. Pendarvis, M. Crenshaw, S. T. Willard and P. L. Ryan

pp. 194-194

 


186 LASER CAPTURE MICRODISSECTION FOR GENE EXPRESSION ANALYSIS OF INNER CELL MASS AND TROPHOBLAST FROM BOVINE BLASTOCYSTS 

M. Filliers, W. de Spiegelaere, L. J. Peelman, K. Goossens, C. Burvenich, L. Vandaele, P. Cornillie and A. Van Soom

pp. 194-194

 


187 DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSIONS OF GROWTH AND DIFFERENTIATION FACTOR 9 AND BONE MORPHOGENETIC PROTEIN 15 GENES IN OVARIES OF THE CALF AND COW 

M. Hosoe, K. Ushizawa, K.-G. Hayashi and T. Takahashi

pp. 195-195

 


188 CALBINDIN-D28k IS INVOLVED IN THE APOPTOTIC PATHWAY AND PLAYS A ROLE AS AN ANTIAPOPTOTIC GENE IN HYDROGEN PEROXIDE-INDUCED CELL DEATH OF HUMAN ENDOMETRIAL ISHIKAWA CELLS 

S.-H. Hyun, E.-M. Jung and E.-B. Jeung

pp. 195-195

 


189 THE CALCIUM EXCHANGERS NCKX3 AND NCX1 ARE DISTINCTLY EXPRESSED AND REGULATED BY STEROIDS IN THE HUMAN ENDOMETRIUM DURING THE MENSTRUAL CYCLE 

E.-B. Jeung

pp. 195-196

 


190 EXPRESSION OF APOPTOTIC GENES IS MEDIATED BY CALCIUM-BINDING PROTEINS, CALBINDINS, IN THE UTERUS OF CALBINDIN-D9k AND CALBINDIN-D28k KNOCKOUT MICE 

E.-M. Jung and E.-B. Jeung

pp. 196-196

 


191 TRANSIENT RECEPTOR POTENTIAL SUPERFAMILY OF ION CHANNELS, TRPV6, IS CONSTITUTIVELY EXPRESSED AND REGULATED BY ESTROGEN IN THE HUMAN UTERUS DURING THE MENSTRUAL CYCLE 

Y.-K. Kim, H. Yang and E.-B. Jeung

pp. 196-196

 


192 INDUCIBLE TRANSGENE EXPRESSION IN PIGS 

N. Klymiuk, W. Boecker, A. Baehr, T. Radic, A. Wuensch, E. Schilling, M. Kurome, B. Kessler, H. Nagashima, W. Mutschler, M. Schieker and E. Wolf

pp. 196-197

 


193 BOVINE EMBRYO GENOTYPING USING A 50K SINGLE NUCLEOTIDE POLYMORPHISM CHIP 

A. D. Le Bourhis, E. Mullaart, P. Humblot, W. Coppieters and C. Ponsart

pp. 197-197

 


194 EXPRESSION OF STANNIOCALCIN FAMILY GENES DURING PREIMPLANTATION STAGE BOVINE EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT 

S. Mamo, A. Al Naib, L. O'Hara, T. Fair and P. Lonergan

pp. 197-198

 


195 SPERMATOZOAL PROTEIN MARKERS FOR ANGUS BULL FERTILITY 

X. Wang, A. Kaya and E. Memili

pp. 198-198

 


196 GLUTATHIONE S-TRANSFERASE THETA1 (GSTT1) IS DIFFERENTIALLY REGULATED FROM OTHER GLUTATHIONE S-TRANSFERASES IN GRANULOSA CELLS 

M. Muraki, Y. Takahashi, T. Ishii, S. Kyuwa and Y. Yoshikawa

pp. 198-198

 


197 MOLECULAR CLONING AND EXPRESSION OF THE CASHMERE GOAT IZUMO GENE 

R. H. Na, L. Liang and L. Fu

pp. 199-199

 


198 THE EFFECT OF SOURCE AND IN VITRO MATURATION ON THE ABUNDANCE OF MATERNAL mRNA OF SELECTED GENES IN FOLLICULAR BOVINE OOCYTES AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT 

T. Somfai, K. Imai, M. Kaneda, S. Akagi, S. Haraguchi, S. Watanabe, E. Mizutani, T. Q. Dang-Nguyen, Y. Inaba, M. Geshi and T. Nagai

pp. 199-199

 


200 IN VITRO EMBRYO PRODUCTION IS ASSOCIATED WITH DISTINCT ALTERATIONS IN THE TRANSCRIPTOME BETWEEN THE BLASTOCYST STAGE AND THE INITIATION OF ELONGATION IN CATTLE 

M. Clemente, I. Lopez-Vidriero, P. O'Gaora, J. P. Mehta, N. Forde, A. Gutierrez-Adan, P. Lonergan and D. Rizos

pp. 199-200

 


201 SUPPRESSION OF Suz12 IN BOVINE PREIMPLANTATION EMBRYOS VIA CYTOPLASMIC SMALL INTERFERING RNA INJECTION  

G. L. Williamson, J. H. Pryor, K. Tessanne, M. C. Golding and C. R. Long

pp. 200-200

 


202 KNOCK-DOWN AND DEVELOPMENTAL EFFICIENCY OF Arhgap15 GENE KNOCK-DOWN EMBRYOS 

B.-C. Yang, H.-C. Lee, S. Hwang, I.-S. Jeon, D.-K. Lee, J.-H. An, E.-H. Noh, Y.-J. Han, E.-Y. Kim, K.-C. Hwang and S.-B. Park

pp. 200-201

 


203 PLASMA MEMBRANE Ca2+-PUMPING ATPase 1 IS ABUNDANTLY EXPRESSED AND DISTINCTLY REGULATED BY ESTROGEN IN HUMAN ENDOMETRIUM DURING THE MENSTRUAL CYCLE 

H. Yang and E.-B. Jeung

pp. 201-201

 


204 ALTERED GENE EXPRESSION FOLLOWING EXPOSURE TO BISPHENOL A IN HUMAN OVARIAN CANCER CELLS EXPRESSING ESTROGEN RECEPTORS BY MICROARRAY 

B.-R. Yi, E.-B. Jeung and K.-C. Choi

pp. 201-201

 


205 GLUCOSE-6-PHOSPHATE DEHYDROGENAZE ACTIVITY IN OVINE OOCYTES IS ASSOCIATED WITH PRE-IMPLANTATION EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT IN VITRO 

F. Asghari, M. Shahidi, Y. Chashnidel, H. Deldar, Z. Ansari-Pirsaraei and A. Mohammadi-Sangcheshmeh

pp. 201-202

 


206 THE IMPORTANCE OF CUMULUS EXPANSION FOR MONOSPERMIC FERTILIZATION OF PORCINE CUMULUS–OOCYTE COMPLEXES 

J. Beek, J. Bijttebier, D. Maes, H. Nauwynck and A. Van Soom

pp. 202-202

 


207 OOCYTE RECOVERY RATES AND IN VITRO BLASTOCYST PRODUCTION IN CATTLE TREATED WITH A SINGLE INJECTION OF FOLLTROPIN-V DILUTED IN A SLOW-RELEASE FORMULATION 

F. L. Ongaratto, A. Tríbulo, M. Ramos, P. Rodriguez and G. A. Bó

pp. 202-203

 


208 IN VITRO FERTILIZATION UNDER SIMULATED STRESS AND SUBSEQUENT IN VITRO EMBRYO PRODUCTION IN THE PIG 

R. González and Y. Brandt

pp. 203-203

 


209 EFFECT OF HEAT STRESS ON DEVELOPMENT OF IN VITRO-FERTILIZED AND PARTHENOGENETIC BOVINE EMBRYOS 

F. Paludo, M. M. Pereira, C. C. R. Quintao, L. T. Iguma, M. M. Gioso, J. H. M. Viana and L. S. A. Camargo

pp. 203-204

 


210 CO-CULTURE WITH AUTOLOGOUS CUMULUS CELLS SUPPORTS THE INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENT OF SINGLY IN VITRO-MATURED AND FERTILIZED BOVINE OOCYTES 

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

pp. 204-204

 


211 IN VIVO MATURATION AND IN VITRO FERTILIZATION OF ALPACA OOCYTES 

W. Huanca, R. L. Condori, M. A. Chileno, J. Cainzos, J. J. Becerra, L. A. Quintela and P. G. Herradon

pp. 204-205

 


212 EFFECT OF CONSECUTIVE SUPERSTIMULATORY TREATMENT-INDUCED FOLLICULAR WAVE SYNCHRONIZATION TO OPTIMIZE OOCYTE RETRIEVAL AND EMBRYO PRODUCTION BY OVUM PICKUP AND IN VITRO FERTILIZATION IN COWS 

K. Imai, M. Ohtake, Y. Aikawa, S. Sugimura, M. Hirayama, Y. Hashiyada, S. Kobayashi and K. Konishi

pp. 205-205

 


213 THE EFFECTS OF SERICIN SUPPLEMENTATION IN IN VITRO CULTURE MEDIUM ON THE DEVELOPMENT AND CRYOSURVIVAL OF BOVINE IN VITRO-MATURED–IN VITRO-FERTILIZED EMBRYOS 

Y. Inaba, M. Hosoe, H. Teramoto and M. Geshi

pp. 205-206

 


214 EFFECT OF LONG-DISTANCE TRANSPORTATION OF OVARIES ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF IN VITRO-MATURED–IN VITRO-FERTILIZED–IN VITRO-CULTURED BOVINE EMBRYOS 

M. Kanae, K. Hisaichi, S. Jaswant and D. Osamu

pp. 206-206

 


215 AN IMPROVED SYSTEM FOR THE IN VITRO PRODUCTION OF PORCINE EMBRYOS 

J. M. Kelly, A. Weaver, D. O. Kleemann, L. M. Frazer, K. L. Kind, W. H. van Wettere and S. K. Walker

pp. 206-207

 


216 PRONUCLEAR FORMATION AND DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE OF MATURE PORCINE OOCYTES DERIVED FROM SMALL- AND MEDIUM-SIZED FOLLICLES 

C. Kohata and H. Funahashi

pp. 207-207

 


217 EFFECTS OF PORCINE GRANULOCYTE-MACROPHAGE COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR ON PORCINE IN VITRO-FERTILIZED EMBRYOS 

S. S. Kwak, D. Biswas and S. H. Hyun

pp. 207-208

 


218 ANTIBIOTIC-RESISTANT MICROBIAL CONTAMINATION (ENTEROBACTER CLOACAE) DERIVED FROM EGG YOLK, FROZEN SEMEN EXTENDER, IN PORCINE IN VITRO-FERTILIZED EMBRYOS 

S. H. Jang, S. S. Kwak, D. Biswas and S. H. Hyun

pp. 208-208

 


219 IN VITRO FERTILIZATION RATE OF MATURED PIG OOCYTES BY FROZEN–THAWED KOLBROEK PIG SPERM CELLS 

M. H. Mapeka, K. C. Lehloenya, M. L. Mphaphathi and T. L. Nedambale

pp. 208-209

 


220 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FOLLICULAR FLUID METABOLOME AND BOVINE OOCYTE DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE 

S. Matoba, K. Bender, L. Brennan, P. Lonergan and T. Fair

pp. 209-209

 


221 EFFECT OF STAGE OF CORPUS LUTEUM DEVELOPMENT ON THE IN VITRO PRODUCTION OF BOVINE EMBRYOS 

S. Miyashita, K. Miyata, C. Tachibana, Y. Inaba, H. Koyama and O. Dochi

pp. 209-210

 


222 COMPARISON OF COMMERCIAL IN VITRO EMBRYO PRODUCTION OF BRAHMAN DONORS UNDER BRAZILIAN v. PANAMANIAN MANAGEMENT 

J. R. S. Chen, L. F. Nasser, L. Penteado, M. Mendizabal, A. C. Basso, J. H. F. Pontes, M. Bionaz and M. B. Wheeler

pp. 210-210

 


223 CHANGE IN THE DISTRIBUTION OF RNA IN BOAR SPERM DURING CULTURE IN A CAPACITATION MEDIUM CONTAINING CAFFEINE 

Y. Okudaira and H. Funahashi

pp. 210-211

 


224 LOCALIZATION OF NITRIC OXIDE SYNTHASE ACTIVITY IN BUFFALO (BUBALUS BUBALIS) OOCYTES AND EMBRYOS 

K. R. Babu, R. Sharma, K. P. Singh, A. George, M. S. Chauhan, S. K. Singla, R. S. Manik and P. Palta

pp. 211-211

 


225 EFFECTS OF PEDIGREE, MEAT QUALITY, AND MEAT QUANTITY OF SLAUGHTERHOUSE DONOR COWS ON OOCYTE RECOVERY, EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT, AND PREGNANCY AFTER EMBRYO TRANSFER 

Y. S. Park and H. D. Park

pp. 211-211

 


226 EVALUATION OF IN VITRO EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT OF BOVINE OOCYTES EXPERIMENTALLY EXPOSED TO MYCOPLASMA BOVIS 

D. Pavao, M. Alves, R. Qureiroz, F. Souza and M. D. Angelo

pp. 212-212

 


227 THE EFFECTS OF SEXED SEMEN ON EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT TO THE BLASTOCYST STAGE 

W. Plummer, D. Beckett, A. Schaffner, B. Layport, J. Norman, C. Grimbleby, P. Wessinger, E. Pace, L. Kirscher, K. Matthews and T. Dorshorst

pp. 212-212

 


228 EVALUATION OF EMBRYO VIABILITY AFTER PROLONGED TRANSPORT IN DIFFERENT MEDIA AND AT DIFFERENT TEMPERATURES 

R. Z. Puelker, A. G. R. Pupulim, C. H. O. Constant, M. A. Andreazzi and I. P. Emanuelli

pp. 213-213

 


229 EVALUATION OF OOCYTE QUALITY RECOVERED FROM Gir BREED COWS WITH SYNCHRONIZED FOLLICULAR WAVE ON IN VITRO EMBRYO PRODUCTION 

L. T. Iguma, J. N. S. Sales, R. I. T. P. Batista, M. M. Pereira, C. C. R. Quintão, R. S. Verneque, L. S. A. Camargo, J. H. M. Viana and P. S. Baruselli

pp. 213-213

 


230 OVUM PICKUP–IN VITRO PRODUCTION EFFICIENCY FOR CONSERVATION OF THE FLAMENGA CATTLE BREED 

F. C. Zago, S. Gaudêncio Neto, L. H. Aguiar, L. F. Schutz, F. Forell, L. R. S. Marinho, J. Machado, A. Mezzalira and M. Bertolini

pp. 213-214

 


231 SEMINAL QUALITY IN WHOOPING CRANE (GRUS AMERICANA) IS AFFECTED BY STAGE OF BREEDING SEASON BUT NOT BY AGE OF INDIVIDUAL 

M. E. Brown, A. Crosier, W. Lynch, S. J. Converse, J. Chandler, G. Olsen, J. French, D. E. Wildt and N. Songsasen

pp. 214-214

 


232 INFLUENCE OF SEMINAL PLASMA ON THE SUSCEPTIBILITY OF DOG SPERM AGAINST DIFFERENT REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES 

A. Dalmazzo, P. A. A. Góes, M. Nichi, R. O. C. Silva, J. R. C. Gurgel, E. G. A. Perez, C. C. Rocha, R. Simões, M. A. Peres, M. E. O. A. Assumpção, R. C. Barnabe and V. H. Barnabe

pp. 215-215

 


233 EFFECTS OF A LONG-ACTING TRANQUILIZER ON SPERM MOTILITY OF NORTH AMERICAN BISON BULLS 

G. Gratton, B. Toosi, M. Anzar, R. McCorkell and C. Lessard

pp. 215-215

 


234 MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF TESTES FROM INSULIN RECEPTOR SUBSTRATE (IRS) 2-DEFICIENT MICE 

R. J. Griffeth and D. J. Burks

pp. 216-216

 


235 MANGALARGA STALLION SPERM IS HIGHLY SUSCEPTIBLE TO THE HYDROXYL RADICAL 

J. R. C. Gurgel, M. Nichi, E. G. A. Perez, P. A. A. Góes, A. Dalmazzo, R. O. C. Silva, C. C. Rocha, R. Simões, M. A. Peres, M. E. O. A. Assumpção, V. H. Barnabe and R. C. Barnabe

pp. 216-216

 


236 PROTEIN TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION IN BOAR SPERM DURING CO-CULTURE WITH OVIDUCTAL EPITHELIAL CELLS 

V. Luño, R. López-Úbeda, J. Gadea and C. Matás

pp. 216-217

 


237 PROTEIN-TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION AND CALCIUM UPTAKE IN BOAR SPERM SUBPOPULATIONS AFTER DIFFERENT DISCONTINUOUS PERCOLL GRADIENT CENTRIFUGATIONS 

R. López-Úbeda, V. Luño, L. Vieira, J. Gadea and C. Matás

pp. 217-217

 


238 ASSOCIATION BETWEEN SPERM MORPHOLOGY AND IN VITRO EMBRYO PRODUCTION IN MICE 

M. Vilariño, M. Crispo, A. Pinczak and A. Menchaca

pp. 217-218

 


239 POSSIBLE MECHANISMS OF SPERM DAMAGE CAUSED BY HEAT STRESS IN EUROPEAN BULLS RAISED IN TROPICAL ENVIRONMENTS 

M. Nichi, R. P. Bertolla, T. B. Soler, C. N. M. Cortada, R. M. Zuge, P. E. J. Bols, R. C. Barnabe and V. H. Barnabe

pp. 218-218

 


240 FUNCTIONAL TRAITS OF CAT SPERM DURING DISTINCT MATURATION STATUS 

E. G. A. Perez, M. Nichi, C. A. Baptista Sobrinho, P. A. A. Góes, A. Dalmazzo, J. R. Gurgel, C. C. Rocha, R. O. C. Silva, R. C. Barnabe and V. H. Barnabe

pp. 218-219

 


241 EFFECT OF MATERNAL PERICONCEPTIONAL UNDERNUTRITION ON MALE OFFSPRING PHYSIOLOGY AND TESTICULAR DEVELOPMENT 

A. Roséfort, N. Debus, G. Viudes, S. Camous, E. Pailhoux, P. Hassoun and P. Chavatte-Palmer

pp. 219-219

 


242 EFFECTS OF TWO COMMERCIAL BOVINE SEMEN EXTENDERS FOR SHORT-TERM STORAGE ON MOTILITY PATTERN OF CHILLED BISON SEMEN 

B. M. Toosi, G. Gratton, C. Lessard and G. P. Adams

pp. 219-220

 


243 APOPTOTIC-LIKE CHANGES AND FERTILITY OF TRANSGENIC FOR HUMAN α1,2-FUCOSYLTRANSFERASE GENE AND NONTRANSGENIC BOAR SPERMATOZOA 

M. Trzcinska, M. Bryla, R. Slomski and Z. Smorag

pp. 220-220

 


244 INVOLVEMENT OF Na+/H+ ANTIPORTER 1 IN EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT OF RAT OOCYTES ACTIVATED BY ETHANOL 

J. Ito, K. Shudo, D. Sano and N. Kashiwazaki

pp. 220-220

 


245 ANALYSIS OF CORTICAL GRANULE EXUDATE OBTAINED BY CHEMICAL OOCYTE ACTIVATION IN PIGS 

R. Romar, M. J. Izquierdo-Rico and H. Funahashi

pp. 221-221

 


246 EVIDENCE OF FOCAL ADHESION ASSEMBLY IN BOVINE OOCYTES 

B. R. Sessions, H. Rutigliano, C. J. Davies and K. L. White

pp. 221-221

 


247 ADENOSINE TRIPHOSPHATE CONTENT AND SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE ACTIVITY IN SINGLE OOCYTES BEFORE AND AFTER IN VITRO MATURATION 

M. M. Filioli Uranio, B. Ambruosi, A. M. Sardanelli, M. S. Paternoster, F. Amati, N. A. Martino and M. E. Dell'Aquila

pp. 221-222

 


248 PRODUCTION OF FLAGGED RECOMBINANT BOVINE BMP15 TO IMPROVE BOVINE IN VITRO EMBRYO PRODUCTION SYSTEMS  

G. Burns, P. F. Suchodolski, A. J. Pearks Wilkerson and C. Long

pp. 222-222

 


249 EXPRESSION OF mRNA ENCODING EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR-LIKE FACTORS IN BOVINE CUMULUS CELLS DURING IN VITRO MATURATION: EFFECTS OF TIME AND FOLLICLE-STIMULATING HORMONE 

E. S. Caixeta, M. F. Machado, P. Ripamonte, P. F. Lima, A. C. S. Castilho, R. Bueno da Silva, C. M. Barros, C. A. Price and J. Buratini

pp. 222-223

 


250 HUMAN EXHALED AIR CAN EFFECTIVELY SUPPORT IN VITRO MATURATION OF PORCINE OOCYTES AND SUBSEQUENT IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT 

Z. B. Cao, L. C. Sui, S. F. Ji, J. W. Chen, T. Gui, Y. S. Li, Y. Liu, H. G. Cao, Y. Tao, X. R. Zhang and Y. H. Zhang

pp. 223-223

 


251 SELECTION OF PREPUBERTAL SHEEP OOCYTES USING BRILLIANT CRESYL BLUE TEST 

M. G. Catalá, D. Izquierdo, R. Romaguera, S. Hammami, M. Roura and M. T. Paramio

pp. 223-224

 


252 EFFECT OF FOLLICLE-STIMULATING HORMONE ADDITION ON IN VITRO MATURATION AND CLEAVAGE OF ALPACA (VICUGNA PACOS) EMBRYOS 

R. L. Condori, W. Huanca, M. Chileno, J. Cainzo, F. Valverde, J. J. Becerra, L. A. Quintela and P. G. Herradon

pp. 224-224

 


253 OOCYTE PREMATURATION IN THE PRESENCE OF MILRINONE IMPROVES NUCLEAR BUT NOT CYTOPLASMIC MATURATION OF MACAQUE OOCYTES 

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

pp. 224-225

 


254 9-cis RETINOIC ACID INHIBITS CUMULUS CELL APOPTOSIS DURING IN VITRO MATURATION OF BOVINE OOCYTES THROUGH INHIBITION OF AP-1 PATHWAY 

G. K. Deb, S. R. Dey, J. I. Bang, S. J. Cho, T. H. Kwon and I. K. Kong

pp. 225-225

 


255 SPERM NUCLEAR DECONDENSATION ABILITY OF IN VITRO MATURED CANINE OOCYTES 

M. De los Reyes, J. Vergara and J. Palomino

pp. 225-226

 


256 SYNERGISTIC EFFECT ON EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT AND EMBRYO QUALITY WHEN BOVINE DENUDED OOCYTES ARE CO-CULTURED WITH CUMULUS–OOCYTE COMPLEXES DURING IN VITRO MATURATION 

S. R. Dey, G. K. Deb, J. I. Bang, S. J. Cho, B. H. Choi and I. K. Kong

pp. 226-226

 


257 DETECTION OF MICROTUBULES BY POLARIZED LIGHT MICROSCOPY IN SHEEP AND GOAT OOCYTES 

J. N. Caamaño, M. Catalá, R. Romaguera, C. Diez, M. Muñoz, D. Martín, R. Morató, S. Carrocera, T. Mogas, M. T. Paramio and E. Gomez

pp. 226-227

 


258 ROLE OF PROGESTERONE AND ITS RECEPTORS ON DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE OF OOCYTES IN CATTLE 

I. M. Aparicio, M. Garcia-Herreros, L. C. O'Shea, C. Hensey, P. Lonergan and T. Fair

pp. 227-227

 


259 Cdk7 AND CYCLIN H, BUT NOT Mat1, ARE INVOLVED IN MEIOTIC RESUMPTION OF PORCINE IMMATURE OOCYTE 

W. Fujii, T. Nishimura, K. Kano and K. Naito

pp. 227-228

 


260 IN VITRO DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE OF PREPUBERTAL GOAT OOCYTES CULTURED IN GROWTH MEDIUM 

S. Hammami, R. Romaguera, M. Roura, M. G. Catalá, R. Morató, T. Mogas, M. T. Paramio and D. Izquierdo

pp. 228-228

 


261 INFLUENCE OF IN VITRO MATURATION ON EPIGENETIC MARKS AND GENE EXPRESSION IN BOVINE OOCYTES 

J. Heinzmann, T. Hansmann, C. Wrenzycki, U. Zechner, T. Haaf and H. Niemann

pp. 228-229

 


262 ISOBUTYLMETHYLXANTHINE REVERSIBLY SUPPRESSES SPONTANEOUS AND EQUINE CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN/EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR-STIMULATED MEIOSIS IN FELINE OOCYTES 

J. R. Herrick

pp. 229-229

 


263 REGULATION OF SEVERAL TRANSCRIPTS DURING IN VITRO MATURATION IN PORCINE OOCYTES COLLECTED FROM DIFFERENT SIZE FOLLICLES 

M. J. Izquierdo-Rico, R. Romar, C. Kohata and H. Funahashi

pp. 229-230

 


264 MITOCHONDRIAL DNA COPY NUMBER IN OOCYTES OF PREPUBERTAL AND CYCLIC GILTS 

P. Pawlak, E. Pers-Kamczyc and D. Lechniak-Cieslak

pp. 230-230

 


265 INHIBITION OF CLASS III PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL-3-KINASE, BY 3-METHYLADENINE, REVERSIBLY ARRESTS PORCINE OOCYTES AT GERMINAL VESICLE STAGE 

M. R. Park, M. K. Gupta, S. J. Uhm, S. T. Shin, Y. M. Han and H. T. Lee

pp. 230-231

 


266 THE SHORT TIME TREATMENT WITH SODIUM BUTYRATE ON GERMINAL VESICLE STAGE OOCYTES IMPROVES OOCYTE QUALITY AND DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE IN PIGS 

L. M. Liu, F. Gao, M. Hua, J. Y. Guan, B. Tang and Z. Y. Li

pp. 231-231

 


267 ULTRASTRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS OF NON-MATURED AND IN VITRO MATURED OOCYTES COLLECTED FROM FOLLICULAR, LUTEAL, AND INACTIVE OVARIES OF DOMESTIC CAT (FELIS CATUS) DURING BREEDING AND NON-BREEDING SEASON 

L. R. Martins, C. B. Fernades, B. W. Minto, F. C. Landim-Alvarenga and M. D. Lopes

pp. 231-232

 


268 INFLUENCE OF DONOR AGE ON DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE OF IN VITRO v. IN VIVO MATURED BOVINE OOCYTES OBTAINED BY REPEATED OVUM PICKUP FROM FOLLICLE-STIMULATING-HORMONE-STIMULATED AND NONSTIMULATED ANIMALS 

M. Matthiesen, H. D. Reichenbach, F. A. Habermann, M. Reichenbach, G. J. Arnold and E. Wolf

pp. 232-232

 


269 EXPRESSION PATTERN OF STRESS MARKER GENES IN BOVINE OOCYTES MATURED IN VITRO IN MEDIA WITH DIFFERENT HORMONE COMPOSITION 

M. J. Cánepa and A. A. Mutto

pp. 232-233

 


270 MITOCHONDRIA AND REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES COLOCALIZATION IN IN VIVO AND IN VITRO MATURED OOCYTES FROM SUPEROVULATED ADULT EWES 

B. Ambruosi, N. A. Martino, M. Filioli Uranio, F. Silvestre, F. Binetti, M. Caira, G. M. Lacalandra and M. E. Dell'Aquila

pp. 233-233

 


271 VIABILITY OF OOCYTES FROM CANINE OVARIES GRAFTED IN THE PROXIMAL PORTION OF THE BODY SURFACE 

T. Terazono, Y. Kaedei, Z. Namula, V. L. Vien, F. Tanihara and T. Otoi

pp. 233-234

 


272 INTRACELLULAR NITRIC OXIDE LEVEL OF PORCINE OOCYTES IS NEGATIVELY CORRELATED WITH OOCYTE MATURATION RATE AND CUMULUS EXPANSION INDEX IN A CHEMICALLY DEFINED MEDIUM 

T. Uozumi and H. Funahashi

pp. 234-234

 


273 CONSEQUENCE OF HIGH NONESTERIFIED FATTY ACID CONCENTRATIONS DURING BOVINE OOCYTE IN VITRO MATURATION ON mRNA TRANSCRIPT ABUNDANCE OF BLASTOCYSTS 

V. Van Hoeck, P. Bermejo-Álvarez, D. Rizos, A. Gutierrez-Adan, S. Andries, P. E. J. Bols and J. L. M. R. Leroy

pp. 234-235

 


274 EFFECT OF HOLDING ASPIRATED FLUID FROM IMMATURE EQUINE FOLLICLES ON OOCYTE MATURATION AND BLASTOCYST PRODUCTION AFTER INTRACYTOPLASMIC SPERM INJECTION 

I. C. Velez, J. D. Norris, Y. H. Choi, S. Loux and K. Hinrichs

pp. 235-235

 


275 EFFECT OF REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES DURING IN VITRO MATURATION ON PORCINE OOCYTE NUCLEAR MATURATION AND DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE 

Y. Yuan and R. Krisher

pp. 235-236

 


276 FIBROBLAST GROWTH FACTOR 2 PROMOTES BOVINE OOCYTE MEIOTIC MATURATION AND DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE 

K. Zhang, P. J. Hansen and A. D. Ealy

pp. 236-236

 


277 EFFECTS OF SEMINAL PLASMA ON SEX-SORTING BOVINE SPERM 

C. A. Burroughs, R. W. Lenz, K. M. Evans, J. K. Graham and G. E. Seidel

pp. 236-237

 


278 METHYLATION STATUS IN THE INTRAGENIC DIFFERENTIALLY METHYLATED REGION OF THE IGF2 LOCUS IN UNSORTED AND SEX-SORTED SPERM 

J. O. Carvalho, V. A. Michalczechen-Lacerda, F. C. Rodrigues, R. Sartori, M. M. Franco and M. A. N. Dode

pp. 237-237

 


279 IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT IN THREE CULTURE SYSTEMS OF BOVINE OOCYTES FERTILIZED WITH SEX-SORTED SPERM 

B. Trigal, E. Gomez, M. Muñoz, J.N. Caamaño, S. Carrocera, D. Martin, J. Moreno and C. Diez

pp. 237-238

 


280 BOVINE SPERM DNA FRAGMENTATION RATES AND EXTENDER pH: A DYNAMIC EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH 

C. González-Marín, A. L. Travis, M. E. Kjelland, J. Gosálvez, C. López-Fernández, R. W. Lenz and J. F. Moreno

pp. 238-238

 


281 EVALUATION OF IN VITRO EMBRYO PRODUCTION EFFICIENCY USING SEXED BULL SPERM SORTED WITH TWO TYPES OF CELL SORTER 

H. Hayakawa and T.-I. Hirata

pp. 238-239

 


282 IDENTIFICATION OF SRY AND STEROIDOGENIC FACTOR-1 (SF1) GENES IN CANINE XY MALE-TO-FEMALE SEX DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDER 

G. H. Jang, Y. H. Jeong, I. S. Hwang, Y. W. Jeong, S. H. Hyun, Y. W. Kim, T. Shin, E. B. Jeung and W. S. Hwang

pp. 239-239

 


283 DNA FRAGMENTATION DYNAMICS AND POST-THAW MOTILITY OF WHITE-TAILED DEER SPERM 

M. E. Kjelland, C. González-Marín, J. Gosálvez, C. López-Fernández, R. W. Lenz, K. M. Evans and J. F. Moreno

pp. 239-240

 


284 IN VITRO FUNCTION OF FROZEN–THAWED BOTTLENOSE DOLPHIN (TURSIOPS TRUNCATUS) SPERM UNDERGOING SORTING AND RECRYOPRESERVATION 

G. A. Montano, D. C. Kraemer, C. C. Love, T. R. Robeck and J. K. O'Brien

pp. 240-240

 


285 THE EFFICIENCY OF INTRACYTOPLASMIC SPERM INJECTION v. LASER-ASSISTED IN VITRO FERTILIZATION WITH FROZEN SPERM FOR RECOVERY TRANSGENIC C57BL/6 MOUSE STRAINS 

A. C. Carstea, Z. Polgar, L. Kovacs and A. Dinnyes

pp. 240-241

 


286 PRODUCTION OF NORMAL MICE USING LONG-TERM PRESERVED MOUSE SPERMATOZOA WITHOUT FREEZING 

C. Li, E. Mizutani, T. Ono and T. Wakayama

pp. 241-241

 


287 DEVELOPMENT OF DOMESTIC CAT EMBRYOS GENERATED BY INTRACYTOPLASMIC SPERM INJECTION EXPOSED TO IONOMYCIN ACTIVATION AND DIFFERENT CULTURE CONDITIONS 

L. N. Moro and D. F. Salamone

pp. 241-242

 


288 INDUCING PLURIPOTENCY IN BOVINE SOMATIC STEM CELLS 

M. K. Addison, G. T. Gentry, R. A. Godke and K. R. Bondioli

pp. 242-242

 


289 DERIVATION OF MOUSE EMBRYONIC STEM CELL FROM C57BL/6/EGFP STRAIN WITH FETAL CALF SERUM AND KNOCKOUT SERUM REPLACEMENT® SUPPLEMENTATION MEDIUM 

B. C. S. Campanha, C. S. Oliveira, D. M. Souza, C. P. Godoi, H. Fernandes, J. T. Ribeiro-Paes, J. M. Garcia and M. F. G. Nogueira

pp. 242-243

 


290 GENERATION OF INDUCED PLURIPOTENT STEM CELLS FROM BOVINE FETAL FIBROBLAST CELLS BY DEFINED FACTORS 

H. G. Cao, Y. Liu, H. Q. Yin, X. P. Sun, Y. S. Li, Y. Tao, Y. H. Zhang and X. R. Zhang

pp. 243-243

 


291 ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS DERIVED FROM HUMAN AMNIOTIC FLUID 

S.-A. Choi, J.-H. Lee, K.-J. Kim, E.-Y. Kim, K.-S. Park, Y.-B. Park, X. Li, Y.-N. Ha, J.-Y. Park and M.-K. Kim

pp. 243-243

 


292 GENERATION OF MOUSE INDUCED PLURIPOTENT STEM CELLS FROM VARIOUS GENETIC BACKGROUND BY SLEEPING BEAUTY TRANSPOSON-MEDIATED GENE TRANSFER 

S. Muenthaisong, O. Ujhelly, E. Varga, A. C. Carstea, Z. Ivics, K. M. Pirity and A. Dinnyes

pp. 243-244

 


293 MASS PRODUCTION OF Nkx2.5-POSITIVE CARDIAC PROGENITOR CELLS DERIVED FROM MOUSE EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS IN SLOW-TURNING LATERAL VESSEL FOR CELL TRANSPLANTATION AND DRUG TESTING 

S. Rungarunlert, N. Klincumhom, C. Nemes, M. Techakumphu, M. K. Pirity and A. Dinnyes

pp. 244-244

 


294 PRODUCTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF PUTATIVE NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS DERIVED FROM HANDMADE CLONED EMBRYOS USING EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS, LYMPHOCYTES, AND ADULT FIBROBLAST CELLS AS DONOR CELLS IN GOAT 

R. Dutta, D. Malakar, K. Khate and J. Akshay

pp. 244-245

 


295 THE SHAPE OF PORCINE NEURAL PROGENITOR CELL CELLULAR GENEALOGIES REVEALED BY TIME-LAPSE IMAGING 

I. Faerge, A. Egeskov-Madsen and P. Holm

pp. 245-245

 


296 PRODUCTION OF HEMIZYGOUS AND HOMOZYGOUS EMBRYONIC STEM CELL-DERIVED NEURAL PROGENITOR CELLS FROM THE TRANSGENIC ALZHEIMER GÖTTINGEN MINIPIG 

V. J. Hall, J. Jakobsen, A. Gunnarsson, M. Schmidt, A. Lund Jørgensen and P. Hyttel

pp. 245-246

 


297 DERIVATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE TRANSGENIC SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER-DERIVED BOVINE EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS 

S. H. Jeong, H. S. Kim, H. Lee, K. J. Uh, S. H. Hyun, Y. W. Kim, T. Shin, E.-B. Jung and W. S. Hwang

pp. 246-246

 


298 DIFFERENTIATION OF CANINE AMNIOTIC FLUID MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS INTO NEURONAL PRECURSORS 

E. Y. Kim, S. A. Choi, J. H. Lee, K. J. Kim, K. S. Park, Y. B. Park, Y. N. Ha, X. Li, J. Y. Park and M. K. Kim

pp. 246-247

 


299 EPIGENETIC REPROGRAMMING OF PORCINE FIBROBLAST CELLS INDUCED BY STURGEON'S OOCYTE EXTRACT 

S. Y. Kim, S. H. Park, M. R. Lee, H. J. Eun, T. S. Kim, S. B. Park, J. G. Yoo, C. S. Park and J. H. Lee

pp. 247-247

 


300 ESTABLISHMENT AND CHARACTERIZATION OF RAT MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS 

T. H. Kim, B. G. Jeon, S. L. Lee and G. J. Rho

pp. 247-247

 


301 IMPRINTED GENE EXPRESSION PATTERNS IN CULTURED PRIMORDIAL GERM CELLS DERIVED FROM PORCINE EMBRYOS BETWEEN DAY 25 AND 30 

C. K. Lee, C. H. Park, K. J. Uh, J. K. Park and H. S. Kim

pp. 247-248

 


302 IMPRINTED microRNA ARE DIFFERENTIALLY EXPRESSED IN ADULT MOUSE TESTES-DERIVED MALE GERM-LINE STEM CELLS 

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

pp. 248-248

 


303 IN VITRO NEURONAL DIFFERENTIATION OF MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS DERIVED FROM CANINE EAR SKIN 

J. H. Lee, Y. M. Lee, G. H. Maeng, S. L. Lee and G. J. Rho

pp. 248-248

 


304 RHYTHMIC BEATING OF HEART MUSCLE GENERATED FROM GOAT EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS 

S. Garg, D. Malakar, R. Dutta, M. K. Jena, A. K. De, D. Kumar and S. Sahu

pp. 249-249

 


305 CONSTRUCTION OF TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR GENES FOR REPROGRAMMING OF ADULT GOAT FIBROBLAST CELLS FOR PRODUCTION OF INDUCED PLURIPOTENT STEM CELLS 

D. Kumar, D. Malakar, R. Dutta, S. Garg, S. Sahu, J. K. Kaushik and A. K. Mohanty

pp. 249-249

 


306 IN VITRO CARDIOMYOGENIC AND NEUROGENIC DIFFERENTIATION OF MINIPIG BONE MARROW MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS 

B. Mohana Kumar, T. H. Kim, Y. M. Lee, G. H. Maeng, B. G. Jeon, S. A. Ock and G. J. Rho

pp. 249-250

 


307 INVOLVEMENT OF THE CALCIUM SENSING RECEPTOR IN GROWTH AND PROLIFERATION OF STEM CELLS FROM EQUINE UMBILICAL CORD MATRIX 

N. A. Martino, A. Lange Consiglio, F. Cremonesi, L. Valentini, M. Caira, A. C. Guaricci, B. Ambruosi, G. M. Lacalandra, R. L. Sciorsci, S. J. Reshkin and M. E. Dell'Aquila

pp. 250-250

 


308 ISOLATION, DIFFERENTIATION, AND IMMUNOPHENOTYPIC CHARACTERIZATION OF MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS DERIVED FROM EQUINE ADIPOSE TISSUE AND BONE MARROW 

E. Iacono, B. Merlo, A. Spadari, G. Mari, F. Ricci and P. Tazzari

pp. 250-251

 


309 DEVELOPMENT OF A CULTURE SYSTEM CAPABLE OF LONG-TERM MAINTENANCE OF BUFFALO (BUBALUS BUBALIS) EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS 

R. Sharma, A. George, N. M. Kamble, K. P. Singh, S. K. Panda, M. S. Chauhan, S. K. Singla, R. S. Manik and P. Palta

pp. 251-251

 


310 EFFECT OF TGF-β1 ON THE SELF-RENEWAL OF BUFFALO (BUBALUS BUBALIS) EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS 

N. M. Kamble, R. Sharma, A. George, S. K. Panda, M. S. Chauhan, S. K. Singla, R. S. Manik and P. Palta

pp. 251-252

 


311 EXPRESSION OF PLURIPOTENT MARKER NUCLEOSTEMIN IN BUFFALO (BUBALUS BUBALIS) EMBRYOS AND EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS GENERATED THROUGH PARTHENOGENETIC ACTIVATION 

K. P. Singh, R. Kaushik, R. Sharma, S. Kala, A. George, M. K. Singh, R. S. Manik, P. Palta, S. K. Singla and M. S. Chauhan

pp. 252-252

 


312 ISOLATION, PROLIFERATION, AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS FROM AMNIOTIC FLUID, AMNION, AND UMBILICAL CORD MATRIX IN THE DOG 

L. Valentini, M. Filioli Uranio, A. Lange Consiglio, A. C. Guaricci, M. Caira, M. Ventura, A. L'Abbate, F. Cremonesi and M. E. Dell'Aquila

pp. 252-253

 


313 UNSORTED, FRESHLY ISOLATED PORCINE ADIPOSE-DERIVED STEM CELLS ARE MORE EFFICACIOUS IN BONE HEALING COMPARED WITH PURIFIED CD34+ ADIPOSE-DERIVED STEM CELLS 

M. Bionaz, T. Jensen, E. Monaco, Z. Dymon, A. J. Maki, W. L. Hurley and M. B. Wheeler

pp. 253-253

 


314 ADIPOSE- AND BONE MARROW-DERIVED MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS PRESENT LARGE SIMILARITIES IN TRANSCRIPTOME PRIOR TO AND DURING ADIPOGENIC AND OSTEOGENIC DIFFERENTIATION 

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

pp. 253-254

 


315 MELATONIN EFFECTS ON THE PROLIFERATION AND DIFFERENTIATION OF MOUSE EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS 

Y.-M. Yoo and E.-B. Jeung

pp. 254-254

 


316 INDUCTION OF PIG INDUCED PLURIPOTENT STEM CELLS BY RECOMBINANT PROTEINS ENCODED BY DEFINED FACTORS 

Y. H. Zhang, H. G. Cao, Y. S. Li, H. Q. Yin, X. P. Sun, T. Gui, S. F. Ji, Y. Tao, Y. Liu and X. R. Zhang

pp. 254-254

 


317 PRELIMINARY REPORT ON THE USE OF A SLOW-RELEASE FORMULATION FOR ADMINISTRATION OF FOLLICLE-STIMULATING HORMONE IN 3 ASSISTED REPRODUCTION APPLICATIONS IN GOATS 

H. Baldassarre, J. T. Pierson, S. Poulin, L. Sneek, D. Rogan and D. K. Hockley

pp. 255-255

 


318 EFFICIENCY OF PROTOCOL P-36, ASSOCIATED WITH EQUINE CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN OR LUTEINIZING HORMONE ADMINISTRATION, IN THE LAST DAY OF SUPERESTIMULATORY TREATMENT, IN NELLORE COWS 

A. C. Oliveira, M. C. C. Mattos, M. R. Bastos, J. R. S. Gonçalves, L. H. Lunardi, R. S. Surjus, R. Sartori and C. M. Barros

pp. 255-255

 


319 SUPEROVULATORY RESPONSE IN JAPANESE BLACK CATTLE BY A SINGLE SUBCUTANEOUS ADMINISTRATION OF PURE FOLLICLE-STIMULATING HORMONE DISSOLVED IN SALINE 

S. Hiraizumi, N. Nishimoto, O. Ishiyama, H. Nishinomiya, T. Oikawa, F. Sano, N. Sakagami, M. Yamamoto, O. Nishino, K. Ooishi, T. Kurahara and Y. Hashiyada

pp. 256-256

 


320 BASELINE AND SUPEROVULATION HYPERANDROGENISM AND FOLLICULAR DYNAMICS IN THE OSSABAW PIG SUGGEST AN ANIMAL MODEL FOR POLYCYSTIC OVARY SYNDROME 

A. E. Newell-Fugate, J. N. Taibl, S. G. Clark, M. Alloosh, M. Sturek and R. L. Krisher

pp. 256-257

 


321 OVARIAN SUPERSTIMULATION AND OOCYTE COLLECTION IN WOOD BISON, A THREATENED CANADIAN SPECIES 

J. M. Palomino, R. B. McCorkell, M. R. Woodbury, M. P. Cervantes, B. M. Toosi and G. P. Adams

pp. 257-257

 


322 INDUCTION OF SUPEROVULATION IN PROESTRUS DOGS USING SERUM GONADOTROPIN OF PREGNANT MARES AND HUMAN CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN 

K. S. Park, K. J. Kim, S. A. Choi, J. H. Lee, E. Y. Kim, Y. B. Park, Y. N. Ha, X. Li, J. Y. Park and M. K. Kim

pp. 257-258

 


323 EFFICIENCY OF CLOPROSTENOL-INDUCED LUTEOLYSIS IN SUPEROVULATED COWS 

J. H. M. Viana, M. S. B. Vargas, L. G. B. Siqueira, B. R. C. Alves, A. P. Oliveira, E. D. Souza and L. S. A. Camargo

pp. 258-258

 


324 NEGATIVE SELECTION DOES NOT FURTHER INCREASE THE EFFICIENCY OF A PROMOTER TRAP 

B. P. Beaton and K. D. Wells

pp. 258-259

 


325 GENERATION OF A CLONED GREEN FLUORESCENT PROTEIN (GFP) EXPRESSING TRANSGENIC SHEEP FOR MUSCLE STEM CELL GRAFT EXPERIMENTS 

L. Boulanger, P. Chavatte-Palmer, D. Lebouhris, N. Daniel, Y. Heyman, L. Gall, N. Borenstein and C. Cotinot

pp. 259-259

 


326 CONSTRUCTION OF A SPLICING-DEPENDENT SELECTABLE MARKER FOR GENE TARGETTING 

S. Cernea and K. Wells

pp. 259-259

 


327 HIGH EFFICIENCY SWINE CLONING USING MONOGENIC AND POLYGENIC POOLS OF GENETICALLY MODIFIED CELLS 

D. F. Carlson, J. R. Dobrinsky and S. C. Fahrenkrug

pp. 260-260

 


328 ANALYSIS OF FLUOROPHORE-EXPRESSING SPERMATOZOA FROM TRANSGENIC BOARS PRODUCED BY SLEEPING BEAUTY TRANSPOSITION 

W. Garrels, S. Holler, C. Struckmann, U. Taylor, C. Ehling, D. Rath, H. Niemann, Z. Ivics and W. A. Kues

pp. 260-260

 


329 GENETIC TARGETING OF THE PORCINE α1,3-GALACTOSYLTRANSFERASE GENE IN FETAL FIBROBLAST CELLS USING ZINC FINGER NUCLEASES 

J. Hauschild, A. L. Queisser, J. W. Carnwath, G. Cost, Y. Santiago, E. Rebar, P. Gregory, H. Niemann and B. Petersen

pp. 260-261

 


330 REDUCED HYPERACUTE REJECTION BY TRIPLE TRANSGENIC EXPRESSION OF HUMAN COMPLEMENT REGULATORY FACTORS (hDAF and hCD59) AND H-TRANSFERASE 

Y. H. Jeong, G. H. Jang, I. S. Hwang, C. H. Park, H. J. Lee, Y. W. Jeong, S. H. Hyun, Y. W. Kim, T. Shin, E.-B. Jeung and W. S. Hwang

pp. 261-261

 


331 BLOOD ANTIGEN-COMPATIBILITY BETWEEN CLONED BEAGLES AND TRANSGENIC CLONED BEAGLES 

G. A. Kim, H. J. Oh, J. E. Park, M. J. Kim, E. J. Park, H. J. Kim, G. Jang and B. C. Lee

pp. 261-262

 


332 INDUCIBLE RED FLUORESCENT PROTEIN (RFP) EXPRESSION IN PORCINE FIBROBLASTS AND TRANSGENIC CLONED EMBRYOS USING piggyBac TRANSPOSITION 

S. J. Kim, O. J. Koo, S. J. Park, J. H. Moon, D. K. Kwon, J. T. Kang, M. N. Gomez, M. Atikuzzaman, B. C. Lee and G. Jang

pp. 262-262

 


333 OCT-4 EXPRESSION ANALYSIS IN F0 AND F1 PORCINE OG2 TRANSGENICS 

M. Nowak-Imialek, W. A. Kues, B. Petersen, A. Lucas-Hahn, D. Herrmann, E. Lemme, M. Oropeza, J. W. Carnwath and H. Niemann

pp. 262-263

 


334 CONSTRUCTION OF A GENETICALLY ENGINEERED PIG EXPRESSING GREEN FLUORESCENT PROTEIN (GFP)-LABELLED PROTEASOMES 

C. W. O'Gorman, J. Zhao, M. S. Samuel, E. M. Walters, R. S. Prather, P. Sutovsky, M. Sutovsky and K. D. Wells

pp. 263-263

 


335 CYTOPLASMIC MICROINJECTION OF EXOGENOUS DNA IN IN VITRO AND IN VIVO DERIVED SHEEP EMBRYOS 

F. Pereyra-Bonnet, A. Gibbons, M. Cueto, R. Bevacqua, L. Escobar and D. Salamone

pp. 263-263

 


336 TRANSGENIC Stra8-EYFP PIGS: A MODEL FOR DEVELOPING MALE GERM CELL TECHNOLOGIES 

J. R. Sommer, L. Jackson, S. Simpson, E. B. Collins, J. Piedrahita and R. M. Petters

pp. 264-264

 


337 PRODUCTION OF TRANSGENIC SHEEP USING RECOMBINANT LENTIVIRUS MICROINJECTION OF IN VIVO PRODUCED EMBRYOS 

K. Tessanne, C. Long, T. Spencer, C. Satterfield and M. Westhusin

pp. 264-264

 


338 BACTERIAL ARTIFICIAL CHROMOSOME (BAC) VECTORS FACILITATE EFFICIENT GENE TARGETTING IN KIDNEY CELLS OF PIG 

K. Wallner, A. Wuensch, K. Burkhardt, M. Kurome, B. Kessler, P. Fezert, A. Richter, H. Nagashima, N. Klymiuk and E. Wolf

pp. 264-265

 


339 BIOENGINEERING OF THE MAMMARY GLAND OF LIVESTOCK: INCREASED PROPEPTIDE PROCESSING OF FACTOR IX IN THE MILK OF TRANSGENIC PIGS BY CO-EXPRESSION OF FURIN 

J. Zhao, E. Walters, J. Calcaterra, J. Ross, L. Spate, M. Samuel, A. Rieke, C. Murphy, S. Butler, W. Velander and R. Prather

pp. 265-159

 


  
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