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Reproduction, Fertility and Development Reproduction, Fertility and Development
Volume 24 Number 1 2012
Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the International Embryo Transfer Society, Phoenix, Arizona, 7–10 January 2012
Full Papers and Abstracts for Poster Presentation


IETS 2012 author index 
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pp. 290-296
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IETS 2012 abstracts 
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pp. 112-232
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Abstracts for Pre-conference DABE Symposium 
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pp. 284-289
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Recipient of the 2012 IETS Pioneer Award: Oliver Joseph (O. J.) Ginther, VMD, PhD 
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pp. xix-xx
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Intrafollicular conditions as a major link between maternal metabolism and oocyte quality: a focus on dairy cow fertility 
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J. L. M. R. Leroy , D. Rizos , R. Sturmey , P. Bossaert , A. Gutierrez-Adan , V. Van Hoeck , S. Valckx and P. E. J. Bols blank image
pp. 1-12
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Modification of spermatozoa quality in mature small ruminants 
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G. B. Martin , T. Jorre de St Jorre , F. A. Al Mohsen and I. A. Malecki blank image
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Growth hormone regulation of follicular growth 
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The impact of obesity on oocytes: evidence for lipotoxicity mechanisms 
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Linda L.-Y. Wu , Robert J. Norman and Rebecca L. Robker blank image
pp. 29-34
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Adaptive responses of the embryo to maternal diet and consequences for post-implantation development 
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Tom P. Fleming , Emma S. Lucas , Adam J. Watkins and Judith J. Eckert blank image
pp. 35-44
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Periconceptional influences on offspring sex ratio and placental responses 
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Cheryl S. Rosenfeld blank image
pp. 45-58
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The role of fatty acids in oocyte and early embryo development 
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Paul J. McKeegan and Roger G. Sturmey blank image
pp. 59-67
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Novel aspects of endometrial function: a biological sensor of embryo quality and driver of pregnancy success 
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Olivier Sandra , Nadéra Mansouri-Attia and Richard G. Lea blank image
pp. 68-79
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Environmental regulation of placental phenotype: implications for fetal growth 
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O. R. Vaughan , A. N. Sferruzzi-Perri , P. M. Coan and A. L. Fowden blank image
pp. 80-96
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Programming the offspring through altered uteroplacental hemodynamics: how maternal environment impacts uterine and umbilical blood flow in cattle, sheep and pigs 
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Kimberly A. Vonnahme and Caleb O. Lemley blank image
pp. 97-104
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Evidence for similar changes in offspring phenotype following either maternal undernutrition or overnutrition: potential impact on fetal epigenetic mechanisms 
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S. P. Ford and N. M. Long blank image
pp. 105-111
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1 REPLICATION OF SOMATIC MICRONUCLEI IN BOVINE OOCYTES 
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N. G. Canel , R. J. Bevacqua , M. I. Hiriart and D. F. Salamone blank image
pp. 112-112
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2 THE IN VIVO DEVELOPMENTAL POTENTIAL OF PORCINE SKIN-DERIVED PROGENITORS 
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M. T. Zhao , X. Yang , K. Lee , J. Mao , J. M. Teson , K. M. Whitworth , M. S. Samuel , L. Spate , C. N. Murphy and R. S. Prather blank image
pp. 112-112
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3 MEGANUCLEASE TRANSGENESIS IN IVF AND CLONED BOVINE PREIMPLANTATORY EMBRYOS 
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R. J. Bevacqua , N. Canel , M. I. Hiriart , R. Fernandez-Martin and D. F. Salamone blank image
pp. 113-113
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4 EFFECT OF A PROLONGED AROMATASE INHIBITOR TREATMENT ON PRE-OVULATORY OVARIAN FOLLICLES IN CATTLE 
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J. Yapura , J. Singh , R. J. Mapletoft , R. Pierson , D. Rogan and G. P. Adams blank image
pp. 113-113
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5 PARTHENOGENETIC EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS ARE CONNECTED BY FUNCTIONAL INTERCELLULAR BRIDGES 
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G. Pennarossa , G. Tettamanti , F. Gandolfi , M. deEguileor and T. A. L. Brevini blank image
pp. 114-114
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6 PRODUCTION OF GONADOTROPIN-RELEASING HORMONE II RECEPTOR KNOCKDOWN SWINE 
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A. T. Desaulniers , A. M. Voss , R. A. Cederberg , C. Lee , G. A. Mills , M. D. Snyder and B. R. White blank image
pp. 114-114
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7 COMPARISON OF TIMED ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION PROTOCOLS USING PROSTAGLANDIN F + ESTRADIOL OR PROSTAGLANDIN F + ESTRADIOL + GONADOTROPIN-RELEASING HORMONE IN DAIRY COWS 
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J. K. Jeong , H. G. Kang and I. H. Kim blank image
pp. 115-115
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8 EFFECT OF SUPPLEMENTATION WITH ESTRADIOL OR ESTRADIOL PLUS GONADOTROPIN-RELEASING HORMONE AFTER PROSTAGLANDIN F ADMINISTRATION ON THE PREGNANCY RATES FOLLOWING TIMED ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION IN DAIRY COWS 
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pp. 115-115
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9 EFFECTS OF MECLOFENAMIC ACID ON LUTEAL FUNCTION OF BEEF CATTLE 
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C. A. Messerschmidt , F. M. Abreu , L. H. Cruppe , M. V. Biehl , M. L. Day , C. R. F. Pinto and M. A. Coutinho da Silva blank image
pp. 115-116
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10 TRACEABILITY SYSTEM FOR AN INDIVIDUAL FROZEN SEMEN STRAW BY A TINY RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION CHIP 
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Y. Hoshino , K. Mukojima , N. Minami and H. Imai blank image
pp. 116-116
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11 SEASONAL EFFECT ON PREGNANCY RATES AND EARLY EMBRYONIC MORTALITY IN PLURIPAROUS MEDITERRANEAN BUFFALOES (BUBALUS BUBALIS) FOLLOWING ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION WITH SEXED SEMEN 
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D. Vecchio , G. Neglia , A. Bella , P. Rossi , E. M. Senatore , G. A. Presicce and B. Gasparrini blank image
pp. 117-117
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12 FERTILITY OF FROZEN EQUINE SPERM IN SYSTEMS FOR CRYOPRESERVATION 
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R. R. D. Maziero , P. N. Guasti , I. D. P. Blanco , I. Martin , G. A. Monteiro , M. J. Sudano , M. D. Guastali , T. S. Rascado , F. C. Landim-Alvarenga and F. O. Papa blank image
pp. 117-117
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13 ULTRASOUND EVALUATION OF FETAL AND PLACENTAL DEVELOPMENT IN SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER AND ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION BOVINE PREGNANCIES 
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N. Le Cleac'h , C. Richard , H. Kiefer , E. Lecarpentier , V. Hallé , O. Morel , D. Le Bourhis , H. Jammes and P. Chavatte-Palmer blank image
pp. 118-118
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14 EQUINE CLONING AND EMBRYO AGGREGATION: EFFECT OF BOVINE, PORCINE, FELINE AND EQUINE OOPLAST 
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A. Gambini , J. Jarazo , A. De Stefano , F. Karlanian and D. Salamone blank image
pp. 118-119
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15 EFFECTS OF DEMECOLCINE ON THE MEIOTIC CELL-CYCLE AND MICROTUBULAR KINETICS OF ACTIVATED BOVINE OOCYTES SUBMITTED TO CHEMICAL ENUCLEATION 
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N. Z. Saraiva , C. S. Oliveira , T. A. D. Tetzner , M. R. de Lima , S. C. Méo and J. M. Garcia blank image
pp. 119-119
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16 EFFECT OF DONOR CELL AND TRICHOSTATIN A ON DEVELOPMENT OF CLONED DAIRY CATTLE EMBRYOS 
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Z. Mei-Ling , Z. Yun-Hai , T. Yong , L. Ya , C. Hong-Guo , L. Yun-Sheng , H. Oto , K. Josef and Z. Xiao-Rong blank image
pp. 119-120
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17 CELL CYCLE SYNCHRONIZATION OF BOVINE FIBROBLASTS BY AZADIRACHTA INDICA EXTRACTS 
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C. C. R. Quintão , N. C. Rabelo , M. M. Pereira , S. B. Giacomini , A. P. Moreira , N. R. B. Raposo , B. C. Carvalho , L. T. Iguma , J. H. M. Viana and L. S. A. Camargo blank image
pp. 120-120
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18 TOTAL PARENTERAL NUTRITION DURING NEONATAL CARE OF THE FIRST BITRANSGENIC FEMALE BOVINE CLONE 
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N. Mucci , G. Kaiser , A. Mutto , S. Wacholder , J. Aller , F. Hozbor , J. Manes and R. Alberio blank image
pp. 120-121
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19 CHANGES IN PLASMA STEROID CONCENTRATIONS DURING GESTATION IN COWS WITH SPONTANEOUS ABORTION OF SOMATIC CELL CLONED FETUSES 
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M. Hirako , H. Takahashi , K. Kimura , N. Adachi and S. Akagi blank image
pp. 121-121
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20 ALTERED GENE EXPRESSION IN BOVINE SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR-TRANSFERRED EMBRYOS AFTER TRICHOSTATIN A TREATMENT 
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L. S. A. Camargo , M. M. Pereira , S. Wohlres-Viana , C. R. C. Quintão , L. T. Iguma , B. C. Carvalho , L. G. B. Siqueira and J. H. M. Viana blank image
pp. 121-122
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21 EFFECT OF SECOND TIME XENOPUS EGG EXTRACT TREATMENT ON COLONY FORMATION AND CLONED BLASTOCYST FORMATION IN PIG 
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Y. Liu , O. Østrup , R. Li , G. Vajta , P. M. Kragh , S. Purup and H. Callesen blank image
pp. 122-122
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22 MALFORMATIONS FOUND BY AUTOPSY OF CLONED AND TRANSGENIC PIGLETS OF DIFFERENT BREEDS 
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M. Schmidt , K. D. Winter , J. Li , P. M. Kragh , Y. Du , L. Lin , Y. Liu , R. Li , G. Vajta and H. Callesen blank image
pp. 123-123
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23 DEVELOPMENTAL POTENTIAL OF CLONED TRANSGENIC PORCINE EMBRYOS PRODUCED BY SERIAL NUCLEAR TRANSFER CAN BE IMPROVED BY TREATMENT WITH HISTONE DEACETYLASE INHIBITORS 
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M. Kurome , V. Zakhartchenko , B. Kessler , T. Güngör , A. Richter , N. Klymiuk , H. Nagashima and E. Wolf blank image
pp. 123-124
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24 TARGETED DISRUPTION OF ATAXIA-TELANGIECTASIA MUTATED GENE IN MINIATURE PIGS BY SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER 
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Y. J. Kim , K. S. Ahn , M. J. Kim , J. S. Ahn , J. H. Ryu , M. J. Kim and H. Shim blank image
pp. 124-124
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25 THE DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE AND PLURIPOTENT GENE EXPRESSION OF PORCINE SOMATIC CELL NUCLEUS TRANSFER EMBRYOS IMPROVED BY m-CARBOXYCINNAMIC ACID BISHYDROXAMIDE 
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S.-H. Park , S.-Y. Kim , M.-R. Lee , H.-J. Eun , S.-K. Baik , T.-S. Kim and J.-H. Lee blank image
pp. 124-124
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26 PRODUCTION OF CLONED KOREAN RACCOON (NYCTEREUTES PROCYONOIDES KOREENSIS) EMBRYOS BY INTERSPECIES SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER USING ENUCLEATED PIG OOCYTES 
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pp. 125-125
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27 THE HISTONE DEACETYLASE INHIBITOR 4-IODO-SUBEROYLANILIDE HYDROXAMIC ACID IMPROVES TOTAL CELL NUMBER IN PIG NUCLEAR TRANSFER BLASTOCYSTS 
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K. M. Whitworth , J. M. Teson , K. Lee , J. Mao , K. J. Tessanne , L. D. Spate and R. S. Prather blank image
pp. 125-125
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28 GLOBAL GENE EXPRESSION ANALYSIS OF ELONGATED EMBRYOS PRODUCED BY SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER AND IN VITRO FERTILIZATION 
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S. Betsha , D. Salilew-Wondim , V. Havlicek , U. Besenfelder , F. Rings , M. Hoelker , K. Schellander and D. Tesfaye blank image
pp. 126-126
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29 TREATMENT OF DONOR CELLS WITH XENOPUS OOCYTE EXTRACT ENHANCED SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT 
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X. Yang , J. Mao , E. M. Walters , M. T. Zhao , K. Lee and R. S. Prather blank image
pp. 126-126
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30 EFFECT OF THE CYTOPLAST SOURCE AND KARYOPLAST TYPE ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF HANDMADE CLONED EMBRYOS IN GOATS 
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C. Feltrin , N. Mohamad-Fauzi , S. Gaudencio Neto , L. T. Martins , J. L. Almeida , M. B. Salviano , A. K. Freire , I. S. Carneiro , D. B. Rios , R. R. Freire , M. B. Wheeler , J. D. Murray , E. A. Maga , L. R. Bertolini and M. Bertolini blank image
pp. 127-127
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31 EFFECT OF ACTIVATION METHOD ON IN VIVO DEVELOPMENT FOLLOWING SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER IN GOATS 
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D. N. Wells , M. C. Berg , S.-A. E. Cole , A. A. Cullum , F. C. Oback , J. E. Oliver , W. G. Gavin and G. Laible blank image
pp. 127-128
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32 NEURON-SPECIFIC EXPRESSION OF THE RED FLUORESCENCE PROTEIN IN CLONED DOGS 
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H. J. Oh , J. E. Park , M. J. Kim , G. Kim , E. J. Park , S. H. Lim , T. W. Kim , J. Cho , G. Jang and B. C. Lee blank image
pp. 128-128
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33 IN VITRO IMMUNOGENICITY OF SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER-DERIVED TRANSGENIC CLONED DOGS 
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G. Kim , H. J. Oh , J. E. Park , M. J. Kim , E. J. Park , G. Jang and B. C. Lee blank image
pp. 128-129
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34 DIFFERENTIALLY EXPRESSED PROTEINS OF EARLY-STAGE PLACENTA DERIVED FROM CLONED CAT EMBRYOS USING PROTEOMICS ANALYSIS 
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J. I. Bang , D. W. Bae , Y. S. Kwon , G. K. Deb , B. H. Choi , T. H. Kwon , A. N. Ha , S. R. Dey , S. S. Kim , H. T. Cho , K. L. Lee and I. K. Kong blank image
pp. 129-129
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35 DYNAMICS OF PERICENTRIC REPETITIVE SEQUENCES IN PREIMPLANTATION RABBIT EMBRYOS UNDERLINES INADEQUATE SPATIO-TEMPORAL REORGANIZATION AFTER NUCLEAR TRANSFER 
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A. Bonnet-Garnier , C. X. Yang , T. Aguirre-Lavin , K. Tar , Z. Liu , P. Adenot , G. Lehmann , Q. Zhou , A. Dinnyes , V. Duranthon and N. Beaujean blank image
pp. 130-130
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36 EFFECT OF DNA METHYLTRANSFERASE INHIBITOR, RG108, ON IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT AND ntES ESTABLISHMENT RATE IN CLONED MOUSE EMBRYOS 
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pp. 130-130
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37 EFFECT OF EMBRYO STAGE ON PREGNANCY RATE FOLLOWING DIRECT TRANSFER OF BOVINE EMBRYOS FROZEN IN ETHYLENE GLYCOL 
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pp. 131-131
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38 VITRIFICATION OF BOS TAURUS INDICUS AND BOS TAURUS INDICUS × BOS TAURUS TAURUS EMBRYOS PRODUCED IN THE PRESENCE OR ABSENCE OF FETAL CALF SERUM 
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D. M. Paschoal , M. J. Sudano , T. S. Rascado , L. C. O. Magalhães , L. F. Crocomo , J. F. Lima-Neto , M. D. Guastali , R. R. D. Maziero , A. Martins Jr. and F. C. Landim-Alvarenga blank image
pp. 131-132
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39 LIPID FINGERPRINTING OF INDIVIDUAL BOVINE BLASTOCYSTS BY DESORPTION IONIZATION ELECTROSPRAY MASS SPECTROMETRY 
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C. R. Ferreira , L. S. Eberlin , J. E. Hallett and R. G. Cooks blank image
pp. 132-132
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40 IN VITRO SURVIVAL RATES OF IN VIVO- AND IN VITRO-PRODUCED BOVINE EMBRYOS CRYOPRESERVED BY SLOW CONTROLLED FREEZING OR VITRIFICATION 
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pp. 132-132
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41 THE EFFECT OF AMBIENT TEMPERATURE ON SPERM MOTILITY DURING LIQUID STORAGE OF VENDA COCK SEMEN AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN SPERM CRYOTOLERANCE 
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M. L. Mphaphathi , D. Luseba , M. B. Masenya , B. Sutherland and T. L. Nedambale blank image
pp. 133-133
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42 COMPARISON OF COOLING RATES IN OOCYTE VITRIFICATION SYSTEMS USING A NUMERICAL SIMULATION 
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pp. 133-134
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43 EFFECT OF VITRIFICATION AT GERMINAL VESICLE STAGE ON THE MITOCHONDRIAL AND CYTOSKELETAL INTEGRITY IN BOVINE OOCYTES 
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Y. Abe , K. Takakura , K. Kaito , T. Ogawa , M. Yokoo and H. Abe blank image
pp. 134-134
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44 REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES IN VITRIFIED BOVINE IN VITRO-MATURED OOCYTES 
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M. De Blasi , M. Rubessa , G. Albero , S. Lavrentiadou , V. Sapanidou , B. Gasparrini and M. Tsantarliotou blank image
pp. 134-134
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45 THE EFFECT OF MEIOTIC STAGE OF BOVINE OOCYTES ON THE SURVIVAL OF VITRIFIED CUMULUS–OOCYTE COMPLEXES 
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pp. 135-135
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46 PLASMINOGEN ACTIVATOR ACTIVITY IN BUFFALO IN VITRO MATURED OOCYTES AFTER VITRIFICATION-WARMING 
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M. Tsantarliotou , M. De Blasi , S. Lavrentiadou , V. Sapanidou , L. Boccia , S. Di Francesco and B. Gasparrini blank image
pp. 135-135
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47 ROLE OF INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR-I ON THE FUNCTIONAL PARAMETERS AND FERTILITY OF OVINE FROZEN–THAWED SEMEN 
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R. Padilha , D. Magalhães-Padilha , M. Cavalcante , A. Almeida , M. Gastal , J. Nunes , A. P. Rodrigues , J. R. Figueiredo and M. Oliveira blank image
pp. 136-136
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48 EFFECT OF TREHALOSE ADDITION ON IN VITRO VIABILITY OF COOLED RAM SPERMATOZOA 
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E. Dinatolo , C. Gimenez Zapiola , S. Marquez , A. Perez , E. Martinez and M. Sansinena blank image
pp. 136-136
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49 USE OF DILUTION OF CRYOPRESERVED SEMEN IN FIXED-TIME ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION OF MANGALARGA MARCHADOR MARES 
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M. B. R. Nogueira , A. C. F. Farinasso , A. C. Rezende , T. L. C. Pinto and J. C. Souza blank image
pp. 136-137
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50 EFFECTS OF VITAMINS ON THE QUALITY AND FERTILITY OF BOAR SEMEN AFTER LIQUID PRESERVATION AT 5°C 
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pp. 137-137
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51 CHANGING ROOSTER SPERM MEMBRANES TO FACILITATE CRYOPRESERVATION 
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pp. 137-138
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52 HYALURONIC ACID IMPROVES CRYOTOLERANCE OF BUFFALO (BUBALUS BUBALIS) IN VITRO-DERIVED EMBRYOS 
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L. Boccia , M. Rubessa , M. De Blasi , S. Di Francesco , G. Albero , G. Neglia and B. Gasparrini blank image
pp. 138-138
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53 VITRIFICATION OF HANDMADE CLONED BUFFALO EMBRYOS USING ETHYLENE GLYCOL AND DIMETHYL SULPHOXIDE AND SUBSEQUENT EFFECT ON CRYOSURVIVAL AND APOPTOSIS 
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G. Krishna Kanth , N. L. Selokar , M. Saini , K. P. Singh , M. Muzaffer , G. Elamaran , A. P. Saha , M. S. Chauhan , R. S. Manik , P. Palta and S. K. Singla blank image
pp. 138-138
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54 CRYOPRESERVATION OF DOMESTIC CAT EPIDIDYMAL SPERM IN A DEFINED EXTENDER WITHOUT ANIMAL OR PLANT PROTEINS 
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J. R. Saenz , C. Dumas , B. L. Dresser , M. C. Gomez , R. A. Godke and C. E. Pope blank image
pp. 139-139
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55 PROPAGATION OF MULTIPLE CAT HEREDITARY DISEASE MODELS FOLLOWING ASSISTED REPRODUCTION WITH FROZEN SEMEN AND EMBRYOS 
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W. F. Swanson , H. L. Bateman , J. Newsom , V. A. Conforti , J. R. Herrick , C. A. Lambo , M. E. Haskins , L. A. Lyons , M. D. Kittleson , S. P. Harris , J. C. Fyfe and G. M. Magarey blank image
pp. 139-140
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56 COMPARISON OF THE MORPHOLOGY OF VARIOUS REGIONS OF THE CATTLE OVIDUCT IN FOUR PHASES OF THE OVARIAN CYCLE 
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A. M. Duszewska , A. Compa , M. Zelechowska , A. Piliszek , A. Rynkowska , E. Nalecz-Nieniewska and E. Wenta-Muchalska blank image
pp. 140-140
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57 DIETARY CLA SUPPLEMENTATION AFFECTS LUTEAL GENE EXPRESSION AND PERIPHERAL BLOOD PROGESTERONE CONCENTRATION IN CATTLE 
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pp. 140-141
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58 STAGE–SPECIFIC EFFECTS OF THE PROGESTERONE RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST, RU486, ON EARLY BOVINE EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT 
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pp. 141-141
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59 HISTONE DEACETYLASE 1 KNOCK-DOWN IN BOVINE FIBROBLAST CELLS AND CLONED EMBRYOS 
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pp. 141-142
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60 TELOMERE LENGTH DYNAMICS DURING BOVINE PREIMPLANTATION EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT 
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61 DIPLOID (BOS TAURUS) AND TETRAPLOID (BOS INDICUS) EMBRYO AGGREGATION TO PRODUCE BOVINE EMBRYONIC CHIMERAS 
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62 EXPRESSION OF KEY ENZYMES OF THE FRUCTOSE METABOLIC PATHWAY IN NEWBORN IN VITRO-DERIVED CALVES 
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63 EVALUATION OF HYPOTHALAMIC–PITUITARY RESPONSIVENESS DURING THE POSTPARTUM NELLORE COWS 
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64 USING PORCINE GRANULOSA CELLS AS FEEDERS FOR PORCINE AND BOVINE TROPHECTODERM CELL CULTURE 
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65 THREE-DIMENSIONAL CHEMICAL IMAGING OF A WHOLE PIG FETUS BY DESORPTION ELECTROSPRAY IONIZATION MASS SPECTROMETRY 
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66 Orai1 IS REQUIRED TO MAINTAIN CALCIUM OSCILLATION AT FERTILIZATION IN PORCINE OOCYTES 
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67 SUPPLEMENTATION WITH EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR AND GLIAL CELL-DERIVED NEUROTROPIC FACTOR DURING PORCINE OOCYTE MATURATION STIMULATES BLASTOCYST HATCHING RATE AND QUALITY 
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68 TRANSCRIPTIONAL GENOME ACTIVATION IN CANINE EMBRYOS COLLECTED IN VIVO 
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69 DIFFERENTIAL AND QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF DOG OVIDUCTAL FLUID 
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70 EXPRESSION OF NUCLEAR AND MEMBRANE PROGESTERONE RECEPTORS IN THE CANINE OVIDUCT DURING THE PERIOVULATORY PERIOD 
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71 EFFECT OF CELL QUANTITY IN MICE CHIMERA PRODUCTION BY DEMI-BLASTOCYST AGGREGATION 
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72 USE OF C57BL/6/EGFP MOUSE TESTICULAR CELLS TO TRAIN PERIVITELLINE SPACE MICROINJECTION 
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73 APPLICATION OF QUANTUM DOT CONJUGATES FOR INVESTIGATING MAMMALIAN SPERMATOZOA 
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74 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BLOOD METABOLITES AND LUTEAL FUNCTION WITH THE PREGNANCY OCCURRENCE IN DAIRY COWS 
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75 COMPARISON OF THE DG29TM ENZYME-LINKED IMMUNOSORBENT ASSAY KIT COMPARED WITH TRANSRECTAL ULTRASONOGRAPHY FOR EARLY PREGNANCY DIAGNOSIS FOLLOWING TRANSFER OF JAPANESE BLACK CATTLE EMBRYOS 
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76 DECIPHERING G-PROTEIN COUPLED RECEPTOR NETWORK DURING BOVINE CONCEPTUS DEVELOPMENT AND MATERNAL RECOGNITION OF PREGNANCY 
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77 REPRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE OF DAIRY COWS DIFFERING IN THE INTERVAL FROM CALVING TO THE FIRST OVULATION IN THE POSTPARTUM PERIOD 
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78 INTERFERON-τ SECRETION OF CRYOPRESERVED BOVINE TROPHOBLASTIC VESICLES DERIVED FROM IN VIVO 
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79 A DIMORPHIC RESPONSE TO EARLY MALE AND FEMALE EMBRYOS IN THE BOVINE UTERUS 
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80 RECIPIENT SERUM PROGESTERONE CONCENTRATION AND EARLY CONCEPTUS DEVELOPMENT IN BOVINE EMBRYOS PRODUCED IN VIVO OR IN VITRO 
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81 MEMBRANE AND CYTOSOLIC CALCIUM PROTEINS, TRPV6, PMCA1, NCKX3, NCX1 AND CaBP-28k, APPEAR TO BE DISTINCTLY REGULATED IN HUMAN CHORIOCARCINOMA AND PLACENTAL CELLS 
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82 EXPRESSION OF CELL MEMBRANE Mg2+ INORGANIC PHOSPHATE CHANNELS IN THE HUMAN PLACENTA DERIVED FROM PREGNANT WOMEN AND HUMAN PLACENTAL CELL LINES (BeWo, JEG3, hPC) 
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83 EFFECTS OF HUMAN INTERFERON-α ON GENE EXPRESSION IN THE BOVINE ENDOMETRIUM IN COMPARISON TO DAYS 15 AND 18 OF PREGNANCY 
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84 MARKERS OF DNA METHYLATION IN OVINE UTERO–PLACENTAL TISSUES DURING EARLY PREGNANCY: EFFECTS OF ASSISTED REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGY 
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85 EFFECT OF FOLLICULAR ASPIRATION JUST PRIOR TO OVULATION ON CORPUS LUTEUM CHARACTERISTICS, CIRCULATING PROGESTERONE CONCENTRATIONS AND UTERINE RECEPTIVITY IN SINGLE-OVULATING BEEF HEIFERS 
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86 EFFECT OF LACTATION ON EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT DURING THE POSTPARTUM PERIOD IN DAIRY COWS 
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87 BACK TO THE DRAWING BOARD: IN VITRO CULTURE OF BOVINE EMBRYOS FOR FREEZING 
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88 COMPARISON BETWEEN STATIC AND DYNAMIC CULTURE RESULTS USING A NOVEL AIR ACTUATION SYSTEM 
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89 PHENAZINE ETHOSULFATE AND FETAL CALF SERUM EFFECT IN THE ULTRASTRUCTURE AND DEVELOPMENT OF IN VITRO-PRODUCED BOVINE EMBRYOS 
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90 INTRACELLULAR REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES IN BOVINE EMBRYOS CULTURED IN VITRO WITH CATALASE UNDER VARIOUS OXYGEN TENSIONS 
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91 INTERACTION OF OXYGEN TENSION AND CYSTEAMINE SUPPLEMENTATION DURING IN VITRO CULTURE OF BOVINE EMBRYOS 
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92 UTILISATION OF ENDOGENOUS FATTY ACID STORES FOR ENERGY PRODUCTION IN BOVINE PRE-IMPLANTATION EMBRYOS 
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93 STRESS INDICATOR GENES EXPRESSION PATTERN IN BOVINE BLASTOCYSTS PRODUCED BY IN VITRO FERTILIZATION AND SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER 
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94 USE OF β-MERCAPTOETHANOL AND CYSTEINE FOR IN VITRO MATURATION AND CULTURE OF SHEEP EMBRYOS 
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95 SHEEP ZYGOTES CULTURED WITH HYALURONAN, BOVINE SERUM ALBUMIN, OR SERUM AND THEIR EFFECTS ON PRENATAL AND POSTNATAL EMBRYO PRODUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT 
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96 GRANULOCYTE–MACROPHAGE COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR INCREASES DEVELOPMENTAL POTENTIAL OF PORCINE EMBRYOS IN VITRO 
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97 SUPPLEMENTATION WITH FOLATE IN VITRO INCREASES TROPHECTODERM AND TOTAL CELL NUMBER IN IN VITRO-DERIVED PORCINE BLASTOCYSTS 
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98 EFFECT OF ZONA PELLUCIDA ON PORCINE PARTHENOGENETICALLY ACTIVATED EMBRYOS 
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pp. 161-162
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99 DIFFERENTIAL GENE REGULATION OF STEROIDOGENIC TRANSCRIPTS AND ESTRADIOL PRODUCTION FOLLOWING IN VITRO PIG EMBRYO ELONGATION IN ALGINATE HYDROGEL THREE-DIMENSIONAL MATRIX 
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100 THE DYNAMICS OF CONTRACTIONS OF MOUSE BLASTOCYSTS IN VITRO IS TYPICAL FOR EMBRYO QUALITY AND MAY PREDICT HATCHING—A TIME-LAPSE-BASED ANALYSIS 
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101 LIPID FINGERPRINTING OF OOCYTES AND PRE-IMPLANTATION MOUSE EMBRYOS BY DESORPTION ELECTROSPRAY IONIZATION MASS SPECTROMETRY 
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102 ACCURACY OF PRE-IMPLANTATION GENETIC DIAGNOSIS USING CELLS BIOPSIED FROM EQUINE BLASTOCYSTS 
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103 OVIDUCTAL SECRETORY PROTEINS AS MEDIA SUPPLEMENT FOR IN VITRO EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT IN CATTLE 
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104 BIRTH OF FIRST BUFFALO (BUBALUS BUBALS) CALF FOLLOWING EMBRYO SPLITTING AND POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION SEXING AT BLASTOCYST STAGE 
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105 BOVINE EMBRYO TYPE, GRADE AND RECIPIENT SYNCHRONY, BUT NOT CORPUS LUTEUM QUALITY, INFLUENCED PREGNANCY RATES IN COMMERCIAL EMBRYO TRANSFER 
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106 THE WARMING PROCEDURE: A FIRST STEP FOR IMPROVING THE NONSURGICAL DEEP INTRAUTERINE TRANSFER OF SOPS-VITRIFIED PORCINE EMBRYOS 
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107 UNEXPLAINED VARIATION IN EMBRYO FREEZER DIGITAL READOUT 
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108 THE EFFECTS OF FORSKOLIN ON BRAHMAN IN VIVO-PRODUCED EMBRYOS AND SUBSEQUENT PREGNANCY RATES POST-THAW 
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109 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ULTRASONIC MORPHOLOGY OF CORPUS LUTEUM IN HOLSTEIN HEIFERS AND PREGNANCY RATE AFTER EMBRYO TRANSFER 
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110 PREGNANCY RATES OF BOVINE EMBRYOS AND HEMI-EMBRYOS TRANSFERENCE 
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111 ALTERATIONS IN BOVINE ENDOMETRIAL MESSENGER AND micro RNA EXPRESSION PROFILE DUE TO CLINICAL ENDOMETRITIS 
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112 BLUETONGUE VIRUS INFECTION IN CATTLE AFTER TRANSFER OF BOVINE IN VIVO-DERIVED EMBRYOS 
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113 INTERACTIONS BETWEEN THE VISCERAL YOLK SAC PLACENTA AND THE UTERINE WALL IN NECROMYS LASIURUS (RODENTIA, CRICETIDAE)—AN EXPERIMENTAL MODEL TO UNDERSTANDING THE MATERNAL–FETAL EXCHANGE 
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114 LIVE-CELL IMAGING FOR THE QUALITY ASSESSMENT OF INTRACYTOPLASMIC SPERM INJECTION EMBRYO IN CYNOMOLGUS MONKEY 
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115 FIRST SUCCESSFUL PREGNANCY AFTER EMBRYO TRANSFER INTO SYNCHRONIZED FEMALES IN GUINEA PIG (CAVIA PORCELLUS) 
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116 DEVELOPMENT OF ASSISTED REPRODUCTION TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE ENDANGERED MISSISSIPPI GOPHER FROG (RANA SEVOSA) AND SPERM TRANSFER FOR IN VITRO FERTILIZATION 
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117 CRYOPRESERVATION OF SNAKE SEMEN: ARE WE FROZEN IN TIME? 
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118 INDUCING PLURIPOTENCY IN SOMATIC CELLS FROM THE SNOW LEOPARD (PANTHERA UNCIA), AN ENDANGERED FELID 
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119 HETEROLOGOUS BOVINE IN VITRO FERTILIZATION USING CRYOPRESERVED BOTTLENOSE DOLPHIN SPERMATOZOA 
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120 THE DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE OF TADPOLES PRODUCED IN VITRO FROM THE ENDANGERED DUSKY GOPHER FROG (RANA SEVOSA) USING EXOGENOUS HORMONE TREATMENT 
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pp. 172-172
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121 ALGINATE-FIBRIN GEL MATRIX PROMOTES IN VITRO GROWTH OF DOG SECONDARY FOLLICLES 
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122 BIRTH OF BLACK-FOOTED CAT KITTENS AFTER TRANSFER OF CRYOPRESERVED EMBRYOS PRODUCED BY IN VITRO FERTILIZATION OF OOCYTES WITH CRYOPRESERVED SPERM 
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pp. 173-173
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123 QUANTIFICATION, MORPHOLOGY AND VIABILITY OF EQUINE PREANTRAL FOLLICLES OBTAINED VIA BIOPSY PICKUP METHOD 
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124 RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN PREOVULATORY FOLLICLE AND CORPUS LUTEUM BLOOD FLOW IN MARES 
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125 FOLLICULAR FLUID AND GRANULOSA CELL RECOVERY FROM BOVINE FOLLICLES OF DIFFERENT DIAMETERS USING AN ADAPTED TRANSVAGINAL-GUIDED FOLLICULAR ASPIRATION SYSTEM 
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126 INFLUENCE OF PERIPHERAL PROGESTERONE CONCENTRATION ON MORPHOLOGICAL OOCYTE QUALITY IN REPEATED OVUM PICKUP SESSIONS 
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127 OVARIAN STIMULATION IN CYNOMOLGUS MONKEYS BY A CONTROLLED RELEASE OF FOLLICULAR-STIMULATING HORMONE UTILIZING A MICRO-INFUSION PUMP 
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128 BOVINE SEMINAL PLASMA INDUCES OVULATION IN LLAMAS 
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129 EFFECT OF INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR 1 AND FOLLICLE-STIMULATING HORMONE IN A DYNAMIC MEDIUM ON VIABILITY AND FOLLICULAR DEVELOPMENT OF CAPRINE EARLY PREANTRAL FOLLICLES 
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130 EXPRESSION OF STEROIDOGENIC ENZYMES IN THE CAT OVARY DURING FOLLICULAR GROWTH 
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131 EFFECT OF PARABENS ON THE DISRUPTION OF OVARIAN FOLLICLE MATURATION IN A NEONATAL FEMALE RAT MODEL 
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132 A NEW APPROACH TO ASSESS OVARIAN STRUCTURES IN LIVE RABBITS: SURGICAL TRANSLOCATION AND ULTRASOUND BIOMICROSCOPY 
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133 SEQUENCING AND ANNOTATION OF THE GENOME OF THE HOLSTEIN COW 
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134 TRANSCRIPTOME PROFILE OF BOVINE BLASTOCYSTS DERIVED FROM ALTERNATIVE IN VIVO AND IN VITRO CULTURE CONDITIONS AT SPECIFIC PHASES OF EARLY EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT 
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135 BREEDING VALUES CONCORDANCE BETWEEN EMBRYOS AND CORRESPONDING CALVES 
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136 USE OF NANOFLUIDIC RT QUANTITATIVE POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION TO STUDY VARIATION IN GENE EXPRESSION BETWEEN SINGLE BOVINE OOCYTE AND BLASTOCYST SAMPLES 
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137 DIFFERENTIAL GENE EXPRESSION OF IN VITRO-MATURED BOVINE OOCYTES WITH OR WITHOUT A POLAR BODY 
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138 THE EFFECT OF FOLLICLE SUPERSTIMULATION ON mRNA LEVELS IN BOVINE OOCYTES COLLECTED BY OVUM PICKUP 
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139 TRANSCRIPTOME ANALYSIS OF SINGLE BOVINE EMBRYOS BY RNA-Seq 
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140 CHARACTERIZATION OF THE BOVINE ANTISENSE TO INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR TYPE 2 RECEPTOR (bAIRN) NONCODING RNA 
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141 DEVELOPMENT OF rLENTIVIRAL VECTORS FOR MALE GERMLINE-SPECIFIC Cre RECOMBINASE EXPRESSION IN LIVESTOCK 
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142 DYNAMICS OF Tet FAMILY DURING PRE-IMPLANTATION DEVELOPMENT OF PORCINE EMBRYOS 
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143 TRANSCRIPTIONAL PROFILING BY HIGH-THROUGHPUT SEQUENCING OF PORCINE PRE- AND PERI-IMPLANTATION EMBRYOS 
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144 EXPRESSION OF ACETYL COENZYME A CARBOXYLASE α (ACCα) IN FELINE, CANINE AND PORCINE OOCYTES 
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145 CHARACTERIZATION OF THE PROTEIN ARGININE METHYLTRANSFERASE-DIMETHYLARGININE DIMETHYLAMINOHYDROLASE-NITRIC OXIDE AXIS DURING PORCINE EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT 
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146 DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF TRANSCELLULAR CALCIUM TRANSPORT AND PARACELLULAR TIGHT JUNCTION GENES IN THE PLACENTAE OF CALBINDIN-D9k, -D28k AND -D9k/D28k KNOCKOUT MICE 
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147 HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE STRESS TREATMENT OF MOUSE OOCYTES INFLUENCES PROTEIN SYNTHESIS AT THE 4-CELL STAGE 
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148 DIFFERENTIAL REGULATION OF CALCIUM TRANSPORT GENES, I.E., Na+/Ca2+ EXCHANGERS, TRANSIENT RECEPTOR POTENTIAL CATION CHANNEL 6 AND CALBINDINS, IN THE DIVERSE PLACENTAL TISSUES OF CALBINDIN-D9k AND -28k KNOCKOUT MICE VIA PUTATIVE STEROIDS 
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149 PRODUCTION OF KNOCK-DOWN MICE WITH shRNA CYTOCHROME P-450 4F16 GENE AND REDUCTION OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM 
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150 EFFECT OF MATERNAL OBESITY ON PERICONCEPTION FERTILITY AND BLASTOCYST GENE EXPRESSION IN THE MOUSE MODEL 
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151 EVALUATION OF REFERENCE GENE TRANSCRIPT STABILITY DURING EARLY PRE-IMPLANTATION DEVELOPMENT AND IN SPERMATOGONIAL CELLS IN THE CAT 
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152 BISPHENOL A AND 17-BETA-OESTRADIOL RESULTED IN THE GENE ALTERATIONS IN OESTROGEN-RECEPTOR POSITIVE BG-1 OVARIAN CANCER CELLS 
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pp. 188-188
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153 HEPARIN-BINDING OVIDUCTAL SECRETORY PROTEINS AS A MEDIUM SUPPLEMENT FOR IN VITRO EMBRYO PRODUCTION IN CATTLE 
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154 CRYO-ACROSOME REACTION/CAPACITATION OF EJACULATED AND EPIDIDYMAL BOVINE SPERM AND THEIR IN VITRO FERTILIZATION RATES 
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155 ESTABLISHMENT OF AN IN VITRO FERTILIZATION PROTOCOL USING CRYOPRESERVED EPIDIDYMAL AND EJACULATED RAT SPERMATOZOA 
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156 EFFECT OF DURATION POSTPARTUM ON OOCYTE QUALITY IN LACTATING HOLSTEIN COWS FOLLOWING TRANSVAGINAL FOLLICLE ASPIRATION AND IN VITRO FERTILIZATION 
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157 PREGNANCIES AND CALVES AFTER TRANSFER OF IN VITRO-PRODUCED RIVER BUFFALO EMBRYOS AFTER CRYOPRESERVATION 
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158 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FOURTH CELL CYCLE DURATION AND POST-TRANSFER VIABILITY IN IN VITRO-FERTILIZED BOVINE EMBRYOS 
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159 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CLEAVAGE PATTERNS OF FIRST CELL CYCLE AND POST-TRANSFER VIABILITY IN BOVINE EMBRYOS OBTAINED BY OVUM PICKUP AND IN VITRO FERTILIZATION 
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160 ZONA PELLUCIDA BIREFRINGENCE CORRELATES WITH CUMULUS MORPHOLOGY AND GLUCOSE-6-PHOSPHATE DEHYDROGENASE ACTIVITY OF EQUINE OOCYTES 
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161 IN VITRO FERTILIZATION OF DROMEDARY CAMEL (CAMELUS DROMEDARIUS) OOCYTES WITH EPIDIDYMAL SPERMATOZOA 
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162 EFFECT OF THE SPERM SELECTION WITH ISOLATE® OR PERCOLL® ON SPERM QUALITY AND IN VITRO BOVINE EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT FOR FROZEN–THAWED SEXED AND NONSEXED SEMEN 
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pp. 193-193
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163 HYPERACTIVATION OF STALLION SPERM IN FOLLICULAR FLUID FOR IN VITRO FERTILIZATION OF EQUINE OOCYTES 
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164 INFLUENCE OF LINEAGE OF OOCYTE DONOR ON THE YIELD AND MORPHOLOGY OF OOCYTES RECOVERED BY ULTRASOUND-GUIDED FOLLICULAR ASPIRATION IN NELLORE COWS 
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165 THE EFFECTS OF L-CARNITINE AND LINOLEIC ACID ALBUMIN SUPPLEMENTATION ON THE DEVELOPMENT AND CRYOSURVIVAL OF BOVINE IN VITRO-MATURED/IN VITRO-FERTILIZED EMBRYOS IN IN VITRO CULTURE MEDIUM 
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166 EFFECT OF INDIVIDUAL CULTURE SYSTEM ON IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT OF IN VITRO-MATURED–IN VITRO-FERTILIZED BOVINE EMBRYOS 
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167 INFLUENCE OF THE SPERM SELECTION METHOD AND FERTILIZATION DOSES ON CHROMOSOMAL ABNORMALITY RATES OF 4-DAY-OLD BOVINE EMBRYOS 
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pp. 195-195
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168 CORRELATION OF DEVELOPMENT KINETICS AND SEX OF IN VITRO-PRODUCED BOVINE EMBRYOS 
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169 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN OOCYTE RECOVERY AND EMBRYO PRODUCTION IN BOS INDICUS 
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pp. 196-196
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170 IN VITRO PRODUCTION OF BISON EMBRYOS 
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171 IN VITRO FERTILIZATION USING FROZEN–THAWED SEXED SEMEN TREATED WITH RECOMBINANT HEPARIN-BINDING PROTEINS 
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172 PRE-IMPLANTATION GENETIC DIAGNOSIS COMBINED WITH FREEZING AND TRANSFER OF IN VITRO-PRODUCED EMBRYOS ALLOWS CREATING GENETIC RESOURCES FROM A MOSAIC BULL 
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pp. 198-198
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173 COMPARISON OF FERTILIZATION RATES OF EQUINE OOCYTES USING IN VITRO FERTILIZATION, PERIVITELLINE AND INTRACYTOPLASMIC SPERM INJECTIONS 
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174 OXIDATIVE STRESS AND LIPID PEROXIDATION IN BOVINE IN VITRO-PRODUCED EMBRYOS WITH DIFFERENT DEVELOPMENTAL SPEEDS 
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175 EFFECT OF HEAT STRESS ON GENE EXPRESSION OF IN VITRO-PRODUCED BOVINE EMBRYOS (BOS TAURUS VS. BOS INDICUS) 
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pp. 199-200
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176 CYTOCHALASIN PREVENTS SPERM HEAD INCORPORATION INTO FERTILIZED PIG OOCYTES 
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177 IN VITRO MATURATION AND FERTILIZATION OF OVARIAN OOCYTES OF FREE-RANGING GEMSBOK (ORYX GAZELLA) 
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178 MODELLING THE EFFECT OF ELEVATED TESTICULAR TEMPERATURE OF HOLSTEIN FRIESIAN BULLS IN A MODERATE CLIMATE ON REJECTION RATES OF EJACULATES IN SEMEN PROCESSING 
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179 EFFECTS OF DEHYDROEPIANDROSTERONE ON SPERM FERTILIZABILITY IN VITRO AND TESTICULAR GENE EXPRESSION 
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pp. 179-180
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180 EFFECT OF Dnmt1p mRNA KNOCK DOWN ON Dnmt1 PROTEIN TRANSLATION IN MOUSE TESTIS 
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181 FERTILIZATION CHARACTERISTICS OF SPERMATOZOA FROM BULLS GRAZING TALL FESCUE PASTURES 
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182 CHEMICAL ACTIVATION OF ZONA PELLUCIDA-FREE OOCYTES PROVOKES FULL CORTICAL REACTION: AN APPROACH TO STUDY CORTICAL GRANULE-DERIVED PROTEINS IN PIGS 
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183 CALRETICULIN, A 60-kDa PROTEIN, IS EXOCYTOSED AFTER CHEMICAL ACTIVATION OF ZONA PELLUCIDA-FREE PIG OOCYTES 
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184 INHIBITION OF CALCIUM EFFLUX EXTENDS THE DURATION OF CALCIUM SIGNALS IN PIG OOCYTES 
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185 PARTHENOGENETIC ACTIVATION OF SIKA DEER (CERVUS NIPPON TEMMINCK) OOCYTES WITH CHEMICALS 
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186 RELIABILITY OF HOECHST 33342 STAINING UNDER STANDARD EPIFLUORESCENCE MICROSCOPY FOR EVALUATION OF THE NUCLEAR STATUS OF LIVING DOG OOCYTES 
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187 EFFECTS OF OVARY STORAGE TIME ON THE QUALITY AND MEIOTIC COMPETENCE OF CAT OOCYTES 
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188 HUMAN FOLLICULAR FLUID IN EQUINE IN VITRO MATURATION MEDIUM SUPPORTS IN VITRO MATURATION AND VIABLE INTRACYTOPLASMIC SPERM INJECTION-BLASTOCYST PREGNANCIES 
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189 THE EFFECTS OF RESVERATROL ON PORCINE OOCYTES IN VITRO MATURATION AND SUBSEQUENT DEVELOPMENT AFTER PARTHENOGENETIC ACTIVATION AND IN VITRO FERTILIZATION 
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190 EFFECT OF TRANS-ε-VINIFERIN ON IN VITRO PORCINE OOCYTE MATURATION AND SUBSEQUENT DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE IN PRE-IMPLANTATION EMBRYOS 
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191 SUPPLEMENTATION OF MATURATION MEDIUM WITH FOLLICULAR FLUID, EPIDERMAL GROWTH FACTOR AND NEUREGULIN AFFECTS MITOCHONDRIAL DNA REPLICATION, OOCYTE MATURATION AND EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT IN PIGS 
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192 9-cis-RETINOIC ACID AFFECTS OOCYTE COMPETENCE MARKER GENE EXPRESSION IN THE BOVINE IN VITRO-MATURED OOCYTES AND CUMULUS CELLS 
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pp. 208-209
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193 INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR-1 EXERTS A THERMOPROTECTIVE ROLE ON MITOCHONDRIAL FUNCTION OF BOVINE OOCYTES EXPOSED TO HEAT SHOCK 
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194 IN VITRO MATURATION AND RNA CONTENT AND DISTRIBUTION OF PORCINE OOCYTES DERIVED FROM SMALL AND MEDIUM FOLLICLES AND CLASSIFIED BY BRILLIANT CRESYL BLUE ASSAY 
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pp. 209-209
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195 ALTERED mRNA TRANSCRIPT EXPRESSION OF IN VITRO- VERSUS IN VIVO-MATURED PORCINE OOCYTES 
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pp. 210-210
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196 EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT IN VITRO MATURATION SYSTEMS ON BOVINE EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT 
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197 INHIBITION OF CYSTEINE PROTEINASES DURING IN VITRO OOCYTE MATURATION IMPROVES DEVELOPMENT OF PORCINE CUMULUS–OOCYTE COMPLEXES 
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198 CILOSTAMIDE SUSTAINS GAP JUNCTION-MEDIATED COMMUNICATION AND CHROMATIN REMODELLING IN PIG OOCYTES 
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pp. 211-211
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199 PREMATURATION OF BOVINE OOCYTES WITH BUTYROLACTONE I AND/OR CILOSTAMIDE: EFFECTS ON MEIOSIS PROGRESSION, CYTOPLASMIC MATURATION AND GENE EXPRESSION 
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200 SYNCHRONIZATION OF OOCYTE MEIOTIC MATURATION IN SUPEROVULATED MICE IMPROVES IN VITRO FERTILIZATION RATE 
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201 EFFECTS OF REMOVING SEMINAL PLASMA DURING 8-h STORAGE BEFORE SEX-SORTING BOVINE SPERM 
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202 SEX PRE-SELECTION IN RABBITS: AN ATTEMPT TO SKEW OFFSPRING SEX THROUGH PERCOLL AND SWIM-UP SPERM PREPARATION TECHNIQUES 
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203 EQUINE EMBRYO IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT AFTER INTRACYTOPLASMIC SPERM INJECTION FOLLOWED BY CHEMICAL ACTIVATION 
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204 PREGNANCY OUTCOME IN WOMEN WITH LUTEAL DEFECTIVE CYCLES FOLLOWING TREATMENT WITH PREDNISOLONE, PROGESTERONE AND INTRACYTOPLASMIC SPERM INJECTION 
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205 SELECTIVE ANTITUMOR THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF 5-FLUOROCYTOSINE AND INTERFERON-BETA AGAINST BREAST AND ENDOMETRIAL CANCER CELLS BY ENGINEERED STEM CELLS EXPRESSING CYTOSINE DEAMINASE AND HUMAN INTERFERON-BETA 
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206 GENERATION OF HUMAN INDUCED PLURIPOTENT STEM CELLS FROM DENTAL PULP-DERIVED MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS 
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207 ENGINEERED HUMAN AMNIOTIC FLUID-DERIVED STEM CELLS BY EXPRESSING CYTOSINE DEAMINASE (CD) AND THYMIDINE KINASE (HSV-TK) MEDIATE TARGETING KILLING EFFECT IN BREAST CANCER CELLS 
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208 REPROGRAMMING OF BOVINE SOMATIC CELLS WITH CELLULAR EXTRACTS FROM ADIPOSE-DERIVED ADULT STEM CELLS AND HUMAN EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS 
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L. W. Coley , M. K. Addison , G. T. Gentry , R. A. Godke and K. R. Bondioli blank image
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209 EPIGENETIC MODIFICATION WITH ZEBULARINE AND VALPROIC ACID AND EXPRESSION OF PLURIPOTENCY GENES IN BOVINE ADIPOSE STEM CELLS 
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M. K. Addison , L. W. Coley , G. T. Gentry , R. A. Godke and K. R. Bondioli blank image
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210 COMPARATIVE CHARACTERIZATION OF MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS DERIVED FROM MINIATURE PIG SYNOVIUM, SYNOVIAL FLUID AND BONE MARROW 
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W. J. Lee , G. H. Maeng , R. H. Jeon , G. J. Rho and S. L. Lee blank image
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211 REPROGRAMMING OF PORCINE NEURAL PROGENITOR CELLS TO INDUCED PLURIPOTENT STEM CELL-LIKE CELLS 
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M. A. Rasmussen , V. J. Hall , S. G. Petkov , O. Ujhelly , M. K. Pirity , A. Dinnyes , H. Niemann and P. Hyttel blank image
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212 PORCINE BONE MARROW-DERIVED MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS DIFFERENTIATE IN VITRO INTO SMOOTH MUSCLE CELLS. 
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B. Mohana Kumar , G. H. Maeng , Y. M. Lee , T. H. Kim , W. J. Lee , J. H. Lee , B. G. Jeon , S. A. Ock and G. J. Rho blank image
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213 TRANSCRIPTOMIC COMPARISON BETWEEN PORCINE ADIPOSE AND BONE MARROW MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS DURING IN VITRO OSTEOGENIC AND ADIPOGENIC DIFFERENTIATION 
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214 IN VITRO MIGRATION OF ADIPOSE-DERIVED STEM CELLS FROM GFP PIGS INTO POLYCAPROLACTONE SCAFFOLDS TREATED WITH FGF OR BMP2 
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215 COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PORCINE PLURIPOTENT CELL LINES DERIVED FROM SOMATIC CELLS AND VARIOUS EMBRYONIC ORIGINS 
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J. K. Park , H. S. Kim , K. J. Uh , K. H. Choi , H. M. Kim , D. K. Lee , J. Y. Oh and C. K. Lee blank image
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216 EMBRYONIC AND INDUCED PLURIPOTENT STEM CELLS ANALOGOUS TO INNER CELL MASS-DERIVED LIF-DEPENDENT MOUSE EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS ESTABLISHED FROM THE DOMESTIC PIG, SUS SCROFA 
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217 PROTEIN-INDUCED TRANSDIFFERENTIATION INTO MALE GERM CELL-LIKE LINEAGE FROM CHICKEN FETAL BONE MARROW STEM CELLS 
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218 DONOR-MATCHED FUNCTIONAL AND MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF CANINE MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS DERIVED FROM DIFFERENT ORIGINS 
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pp. 221-221
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219 ISOLATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF DOMESTIC CAT SPERMATOGONIAL CELLS 
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220 NONHUMAN PRIMATE EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS SIMILAR TO THE BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF MOUSE EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS 
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221 GENERATION OF GERM-LINE COMPETENT EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS FROM NON-OBESE DIABETIC (NOD) MICE USING A SINGLE INHIBITOR 
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pp. 222-223
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222 GENERATION OF INDUCED PLURIPOTENT STEM CELL-LIKE CELLS FROM RAT EAR SKIN CELLS 
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T. H. Kim , Y. M. Lee , G. H. Maeng , J. H. Lee , R. H. Jeon , S. A. Sun , B. Mahana Kumar , B. G. Jeon , W. J. Lee , S. L. Lee and G. J. Rho blank image
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223 ISOLATION OF RABBIT PLURIPOTENCY GENES TO GENERATE RABBIT INDUCED PLURIPOTENT STEM CELLS 
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224 EFFECT OF LENGTHENING THE SUPERSTIMULATORY TREATMENT PROTOCOL ON THE OVARIAN RESPONSE AND NUMBERS OF TRANSFERABLE EMBRYOS IN BEEF COWS 
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225 ADDITION OF EQUINE CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN TO A TRADITIONAL FOLLICLE STIMULATING HORMONE PROTOCOL FOR SUPEROVULATION OF BOS TAURUS BEEF COWS 
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pp. 224-225
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226 INCLUSION OF BOVINE SOMATOROPIN ON MULTIPLE-OVULATION EMBRYO TRANSFER TREATMENTS FOR LOW-RESPONDING BEEF DONOR COWS 
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pp. 225-225
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227 SUPEROVULATION AND EMBRYO COLLECTION IN WOOD BISON DURING THE ANOVULATORY SEASON 
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228 DOMINANT FOLLICLE ABLATION IMPROVES SUPEROVULATORY RESPONSE AND EMBRYO YIELD IN BUFFALOES SUBJECTED TO INTEGRATED SINGLE-OVULATION EMBRYO TRANSFER–MULTIPLE-OVULATION EMBRYO TRANSFER PROGRAM 
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pp. 226-227
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229 INFLUENCE OF HIGH OR LOW INTAKE OF DRY MATTER AND ENERGY ON IN VIVO PRODUCTION OF BOVINE EMBRYOS 
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R. S. Surjus , A. B. Prata , M. Borsato , M. C. Martins da Silveira , M. C. C. Mattos , F. C. S. Z. Mattos , P. L. J. Monteiro , G. B. Mourão , F. A. P. Santos and R. Sartori blank image
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230 SUPEROVULATORY RESPONSE OF BEEF COWS WITH OR WITHOUT A CORPUS LUTEUM AT THE TIME OF INSERTION OF A PROGESTERONE RELEASING DEVICE 
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231 SUPEROVULATORY RESPONSE AND EMBRYO YIELD OF SANTA INES EWES SUBMITTED TO FOLLICLE STIMULATING HORMONE TREATMENTS STARTED NEAR THE TIME OF EMERGENCE OF THE FIRST AND LAST FOLLICULAR WAVE OF A PROGESTERONE-BASED PROTOCOL 
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232 GENERATION OF TRANSGENIC PIGS CARRYING A SMALL INTERFERING RNA VECTOR DIRECTED AGAINST TISSUE FACTOR EXPRESSION 
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pp. 228-229
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233 GENDER-UNSPECIFIC KNOCKOUT OF THE GGTA1 GENE IN PIGS USING ZINC FINGER NUCLEASES 
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pp. 229-229
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234 EFFICIENT EXPRESSION OF HUMAN ENDOTHELIAL PROTEIN C RECEPTOR AND HUMAN THROMBOMODULIN IN TRANSFECTED PIG PRIMARY hCD55+-GAL–/– FIBROBLASTS USING F2A EXPRESSION VECTOR 
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235 PRODUCTION OF PORCINE KNOCK-IN FIBROBLASTS EXPRESSING HUMAN DECAY-ACCELERATING FACTOR on α-1,3-GALACTOSYLTRANSFERASE (GGTA1) GENE LOCUS 
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pp. 230-230
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236 GENE TARGETING USING ZINC FINGER NUCLEASES (ZFN) IN THE PORCINE FIBROBLAST 
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pp. 230-230
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237 EXPRESSION PATTERNS OF DEUBIQUITYLATING FACTORS (Usp9x AND Af-6) IN GERM CELLS OF WILD TYPE AND TRANSGENIC PIGS 
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pp. 231-231
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238 TAILORED PIG MODEL OF DUCHENNE MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY 
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N. Klymiuk , C. Thirion , K. Burkhardt , A. Wuensch , S. Krause , A. Richter , B. Kessler , V. Zakhartchenko , M. Kurome , H. Nagashima , B. Schoser , H. Lochmüller , M. C. Walter and E. Wolf blank image
pp. 231-231
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239 A NOVEL PIG MODEL OF CYSTIC FIBROSIS GENERATED BY SEQUENTIAL TARGETING OF CFTR BY BACTERIAL ARTIFICIAL CHROMSOME VECTORS 
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N. Klymiuk , L. Mundhenk , K. Wallner , A. Wuensch , A. Richter , S. Plog , M. Stehr , A. Holzinger , C. Kröner , B. Kessler , M. Kurome , V. Zakhartchenko , H. Nagashima , A. D. Gruber and E. Wolf blank image
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240 QUALITY AND VIABILITY OF IVF BOVINE EMBRYOS AFTER INTRACYTOPLASMIC INJECTION OF DNA–LIPOSOME COMPLEXES 
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L. N. Moro , G. Vichera and D. Salamone blank image
pp. 232-232
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The physiology of multifactorial problems limiting the establishment of pregnancy in dairy cattle 
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Improving fertility to timed artificial insemination by manipulation of circulating progesterone concentrations in lactating dairy cattle 
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Embryo death in cattle: an update 
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M. G. Diskin , M. H. Parr and D. G. Morris blank image
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The effects of endometritis on the establishment of pregnancy in cattle 
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The use of endocrine treatments to improve pregnancy rates in cattle 
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R. S. Bisinotto and J. E. P. Santos blank image
pp. 258-266
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Impact of circulating concentrations of progesterone and antral age of the ovulatory follicle on fertility of high-producing lactating dairy cows 
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Treatments for the synchronisation of bovine recipients for fixed-time embryo transfer and improvement of pregnancy rates 
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Gabriel A. Bó , Lucas Coelho Peres , Lucas E. Cutaia , Danilo Pincinato , Pietro S. Baruselli and R. J. Mapletoft blank image
pp. 272-277
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The evolution of improved and simplified superovulation protocols in cattle 
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Reuben J. Mapletoft and Gabriel A. Bó blank image
pp. 278-283
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ANIMAL MODELS FOR THE STUDY OF HUMAN OVARIAN FUNCTION 
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G. P. Adams and A.R. Baerwald blank image
pp. 284-284
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THE PIG AS A BIOMEDICAL MODEL: HOW THE NATIONAL SWINE RESOURCE AND RESEARCH CENTER CAN HELP YOU 
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pp. 284-284
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PROGRESS TOWARDS THE DERIVATION OF PORCINE INDUCED PLURIPOTENT STEM CELLS 
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pp. 284-285
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GENERATION AND CHARACTERISATION OF INDUCED PLURIPOTENT STEM CELLS (iPSCs) FROM ADULT CANINE FIBROBLASTS 
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pp. 285-285
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INDUCING PLURIPOTENCY IN RUMINANTS 
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pp. 285-285
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GENERATION OF RABBIT PLURIPOTENT STEM CELL LINES 
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A. Dinnyes , M. K. Pirity , E. Gocza , P. Osteil , N. Daniel , Zs. Tancos , Zs. Polgar , P. Maraghechi , O. Ujhelly , C. Nemes , T. Stout , Y. Tapponnier , Zs. Bosze , A. Jouneau , M. Afanassieff and P. Savatier blank image
pp. 286-286
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THE USE OF RUMINANTS FOR BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH IN PERINATALOGY 
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pp. 286-286
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THE HORSE AS A LARGE ANIMAL MODEL FOR EXTRA-FETAL DERIVED CELL THERAPY OF CHRONIC RESPIRATORY DISEASES 
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Anna Lange Consiglio , Enrica Zucca , Fausto Cremonesi , Sheila Laverty , Jean Pierre Lavoie and Francesco Ferrucci blank image
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THE IMPORTANCE OF LARGE ANIMAL MODELS FOR TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH IN BONE TISSUE ENGINEERING 
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pp. 287-287
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IMPACT OF LARGE MAMMALS MODELS IN IMMUNOLOGY 
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pp. 287-288
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NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASES 
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pp. 288-288
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REPROGRAMMING OF PORCINE EPIBLAST-DERIVED NEURAL PROGENITOR CELLS TO PLURIPOTENCY 
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M. A. Rasmussen , V. J. Hall , S. G. Petkov , O. Ujhelly , M. Pirity , A. Dinnyes , H. Niemann and P. Hyttel blank image
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