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Reproduction, Fertility and Development Reproduction, Fertility and Development
Volume 25 Number 1 2013
Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the International Embryo Transfer Society, Hannover, Germany, 19–22 January 2013
Full Papers and Abstracts for Poster Presentation


IETS 2013 author index 
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pp. 324-332
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IETS 2013 abstracts 
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pp. 148-316
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Abstracts for Pre-conference Symposium: Advances in Transgenic Animal Production 
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pp. 317-323
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Recipient of the 2013 IETS Pioneer Award: Prof Dr Joachim Hahn 
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pp. xxiii-xxiv
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Regulation of anti-Müllerian hormone production in domestic animals 
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pp. 1-16
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Effect of superstimulatory treatments on the expression of genes related to ovulatory capacity, oocyte competence and embryo development in cattle 
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Ciro M. Barros , Rafael A. Satrapa , Anthony C. S. Castilho , Patrícia K. Fontes , Eduardo M. Razza , Ronaldo L. Ereno and Marcelo F. G. Nogueira blank image
pp. 17-25
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Dynamic regulation of sperm interactions with the zona pellucida prior to and after fertilisation 
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B. M. Gadella blank image
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Sex-specific embryonic origin of postnatal phenotypic variability 
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R. Laguna-Barraza , P. Bermejo-Álvarez , P. Ramos-Ibeas , C. de Frutos , A. P. López-Cardona , A. Calle , R. Fernandez-Gonzalez , E. Pericuesta , M. A. Ramírez and A. Gutierrez-Adan blank image
pp. 38-47
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Associations between lipid metabolism and fertility in the dairy cow 
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D. Claire Wathes , Andrew M. Clempson and Geoff E. Pollott blank image
pp. 48-61
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Hosting the preimplantation embryo: potentials and limitations of different approaches for analysing embryo–endometrium interactions in cattle 
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Susanne E. Ulbrich , Eckhard Wolf and Stefan Bauersachs blank image
pp. 62-70
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Bovine luteal blood flow: basic mechanism and clinical relevance 
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Heinrich Bollwein , Johannes Lüttgenau and Kathrin Herzog blank image
pp. 71-79
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Assisted reproduction techniques in the horse 
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Katrin Hinrichs blank image
pp. 80-93
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Early development of the porcine embryo: the importance of cell signalling in development of pluripotent cell lines 
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pp. 94-102
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Pluripotent cells in farm animals: state of the art and future perspectives 
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Monika Nowak-Imialek and Heiner Niemann blank image
pp. 103-128
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Contributions of an animal scientist to understanding the biology of the uterus and pregnancy 
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Fuller W. Bazer blank image
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1 CUMULUS CELLS PROTECT OOCYTES AGAINST POTENTIAL LIPOTOXICITY FROM ELEVATED FREE FATTY ACID CONCENTRATIONS IN FOLLICULAR FLUID 
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H. Aardema , F. Lolicato , B. A. J. Roelen , P. L. A. M. Vos , J. B. Helms and B. M. Gadella blank image
pp. 148-148
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2 TRANSCRIPTOME ANALYSIS OF GRANULOSA CELLS FROM GROWING DOMINANT FOLLICLE REVEALS AGE-ASSOCIATED CHANGES AT THE TIME OF FOLLICLE SELECTION IN AGED BEEF CATTLE 
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M. I. R. Khan , F. C. F. Dias , M. A. Sirard , G. P. Adams and J. Singh blank image
pp. 148-148
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3 OXIDATIVE STRESS INDUCED CHANGES IN EPIGENETIC MODIFYING GENE mRNA IN PRE-IMPLANTATION IN VITRO BOVINE EMBRYOS 
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C. A. Burroughs , G. L. Williamson , M. C. Golding and C. R. Long blank image
pp. 149-149
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Erratum to: 4 INFLUENCE OF A MATERNAL DIABETES MELLITUS TYPE 1 ON LIPID AND CHOLESTEROL METABOLISM IN RABBIT PRE-IMPLANTATION EMBRYOS 
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M. Schindler , M. Pendzialek , T. Plösch , J. M. Knelangen , J. Gürke , E. Hauke , B. Fischer and A. Navarrete Santos blank image
pp. 149-149
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5 THE EFFECT OF ELEVATED NONESTERIFIED FATTY ACID CONCENTRATIONS ON MURINE IN VITRO FOLLICULOGENESIS AND SUBSEQUENT OOCYTE DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE 
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S. Valckx , V. Van Hoeck , L. Jordaens , E. Merckx , R. Cortvrindt , P. E. J. Bols and J. L. M. R. Leroy blank image
pp. 150-150
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6 ALTERED CHROMATIN CONFORMATION IN BOVINE SPERMATOZOA PERTURBS DYNAMIC DNA METHYLATION IN THE MALE PRONUCLEUS AFTER FERTILIZATION IN VITRO 
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M. B. Rahman , M. M. Kamal , T. Rijsselaere , L. Vandaele , M. Shamsuddin and A. Van Soom blank image
pp. 150-150
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7 LAPAROSCOPIC INTRAUTERINE AND INTRAPERITONEAL INSEMINATION IN FAT-TAILED EWES 
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pp. 151-151
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8 DURATION OF ESTRUS AND TIME OF OVULATION IN SUPEROVULATED SANTA INÊS EWES 
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J. T. M. Lima , J. F. Fonseca , L. V. Esteves , A. B. V. Peneiras , M. S. D. Lima and F. Z. Brandão blank image
pp. 151-151
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9 SINGLE FIXED-TIME LAPAROSCOPIC INTRAUTERINE INSEMINATION IN PIGS TO PRODUCE LOW-DIVERSE EMBRYOS 
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K.-P. Brüssow , H. Torner and J. Rátky blank image
pp. 152-152
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10 SPERM BINDING TO PORCINE UTERINE EPITHELIAL CELLS MIGHT BE LECTIN MEDIATED 
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A. Bergmann , U. Taylor and D. Rath blank image
pp. 152-152
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11 INFLUENCE OF SPERM STIMULANTS ON EQUINE EPIDIDYMAL SPERM APOPTOSIS 
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C. M. Melo-Ona , L. C. O. Magalhães , C. P. Freitas-Dell’Aqua , F. C. Landim-Alvarenga , R. R. Mazieiro , J. A. Dell’Aqua , G. A. Monteiro , R. F. Soares and F. O. Papa blank image
pp. 153-153
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12 PROGESTERONE SUPPLEMENTATION DAY 3 TO 5 POST-OVULATION IN AI-BRED MARES 
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pp. 153-153
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13 REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES IN STORED STALLION SEMEN 
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pp. 153-154
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14 FREEZING OF DONKEY SEMEN AFTER 24 HOURS OF COOL STORAGE: PRELIMINARY RESULTS 
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F. Qeusada , J. Dorado , D. Acha , I. Ortiz , M. Urbano , L. Ramirez , M. J. Galvez , L. Alcaraz , J. M. Portero , C. Gonzalez , S. Demyda-Peyras and M. Hidalgo blank image
pp. 154-154
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15 THE ADMINISTRATION OF GONADOTROPIN-RELEASING HORMONE AROUND THE FIRST POSTPARTUM MONTH INCREASES SUBSEQUENT REPRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE IN DAIRY COWS 
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J. K. Jeong , H. G. Kang , T. Y. Hur and I. H. Kim blank image
pp. 154-155
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16 STRATEGIES OF FOLLICULAR WAVE SYNCHRONIZATION WITH ESTRADIOL BENZOATE IN GYR (BOS TAURUS INDICUS) CATTLE 
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L. D. P. Sinedino , B. T. Gerhardt , J. A. Moura , A. P. Dourado , I. L. Goulart , A. L. R. Rodrigues , J. H. M. Viana and L. A. G. Nogueira blank image
pp. 155-155
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17 MANIPULATION OF PROESTRUS PERIOD BY EXOGENOUS GONADOTROPIN AND ESTRADIOL DURING TIMED ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION PROTOCOL IN SUCKLED BEEF COWS 
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P. C. S. F. Pitaluga , M. F. Sá Filho , J. N. S. Sales , P. S. Baruselli and L. Vincenti blank image
pp. 155-156
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18 PREGNANCY RATES IN LACTATING DAIRY COWS TREATED WITH GONADOTROPIN-RELEASING HORMONE-BASED SYNCHRONIZATION PROGRAMS AND INSEMINATED AT A FIXED TIME 
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D. Romero , G. Romero , G. Veneranda , L. Filippi , D. Racca and G. A. Bó blank image
pp. 156-156
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19 THE EFFECT OF FOLLICLE-STIMULATING HORMONE IN A MODIFIED CO-SYNCH SYNCHRONIZATION PROTOCOL ON SUBSEQUENT PREGNANCY RATES OF CROSSBRED LACTATING BEEF CATTLE 
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L. R. Gentry , R. W. Walker , J. Lambe-Steinmiller , R. A. Godke and G. T. Gentry blank image
pp. 156-157
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20 LIPID PEROXIDATION AND GENERATION OF HYDROGEN PEROXIDE FROM SUBFERTILE STALLION SPERMATOZOA DURING STORAGE AT REFRIGERATION TEMPERATURE 
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pp. 157-157
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21 DIFFERENT SUCKLING REGIMENS AND RETURN TO POSTPARTUM CYCLIC OVARIAN ACTIVITY IN SANTA INÊS EWES 
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N. G. Alves , I. J. Ascari , A. C. Alves , R. R. Lima , I. F. F. Garcia , J. R. O. Pérez , F. B. Junqueira , V. P. Fernandes , J. A. Vieira , L. F. S. Maciel , J. F. Fonseca , W. L. B. Aziani , T. R. Castro and L. M. Neppe blank image
pp. 157-158
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22 EFFECT OF CHOLESTEROL ADDITION TO EQUINE SPERM MEMBRANE ON FERTILITY 
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F. P. Hartwig , F. P. Lisboa , G. A. Monteiro , R. R. D. Maziero , M. A. Alvarenga , F. O. Papa and J. A. Dell’aqua blank image
pp. 158-158
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23 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CONCENTRATION OF SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE WITH TIME AND TIMED ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION PREGNANCY RATE IN COWS WITH HIGH MILK PRODUCTION 
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M. Maturana Filho , T. Santin , T. K. Nishimura , V. Nunes Barbosa , J. R. Naves , G. Arantes Fonseca , M. C. Sucupira Araripe and E. Hoffmann Madureira blank image
pp. 158-159
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24 EVALUATION OF THE PREGNANCY RATE OF FIXED-TIME ARTIFICIALLY INSEMINATED BOS INDICUS COWS USING HETEROSPERMIC AND MONOSPERMIC SEMEN 
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J. P. Detomini , R. R. Tirloni , C. V. Araujo and L. R. Martins blank image
pp. 159-159
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25 TIMED ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION ENABLES HIGH FERTILIZATION RATES IN NORMAL CYCLING AND IN SUPEROVULATED CATTLE WITH REDUCED DOSAGES OF UNSORTED SPERMATOZOA AND WITH SEXED SPERMATOZOA 
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pp. 159-160
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26 REPROGRAMMING OF TWO SOMATIC NUCLEI IN THE SAME MOUSE OOPLASM LEADS TO PLURIPOTENT NOT TOTIPOTENT EMBRYOS 
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M. J. Pfeiffer , T. C. Esteves , S. T. Balbach , M. J. Arauzo-Bravo , M. Stehling , A. Jauch , F. D. Houghton and M. Boiani blank image
pp. 160-160
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27 PSAMMAPLIN A INCREASES DEVELOPMENT AND QUALITY OF MOUSE SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYOS 
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A. Mallol , J. Santaló and E. Ibáñez blank image
pp. 161-161
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28 EFFECT OF TRICHOSTATIN A ON IN VITRO EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT OF INTERSPECIES NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYOS RECONSTRUCTED FROM CAT DONOR NUCLEI AND BOVINE CYTOPLASM 
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M. Wittayarat , Z. Namula , V. V. Luu , L. T. K. Do , Y. Sato , M. Taniguchi and T. Otoi blank image
pp. 161-161
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29 EFFECT OF EMBRYO CULTURE LENGTH ON PRODUCTION OF CLONED TRANSGENIC GOATS 
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J. Hall , Q. Meng , B. R. Sessions , Z. Fan , X. Wang , R. Stott , H. Rutigliano , C. J. Davies , K. Panter , T. Bunch , K. L. White and I. A. Polejaeva blank image
pp. 162-162
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30 GENERATION OF CLONED TRANSGENIC GOATS WITH CARDIAC SPECIFIC OVEREXPRESSION OF TRANSFORMING GROWTH FACTOR β1 
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Q. Meng , J. Hall , H. Rutigliano , X. Zhou , B. R. Sessions , R. Stott , K. Panter , C. J. Davies , R. Ranjan , D. Dosdall , R. MacLeod , N. Marrouche , K. L. White , Z. Wang and I. A. Polejaeva blank image
pp. 162-163
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31 IN VITRO SURVIVAL AND PREGNANCY OUTCOME OF ZONA-FREE TRANSGENIC GOAT CLONED EMBRYOS AFTER OVIDUCTAL TRANSFER TO FEMALE RECIPIENTS ON DAY 1 OF DEVELOPMENT 
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C. Feltrin , N. Mohamad-Fauzi , L. H. Aguiar , S. G. Neto , L. T. Martins , C. E. M. Calderon , V. H. V. Rodrigues , I. S. Carneiro , K. C. S. Tavares , A. P. Almeida , J. D. Murray , E. A. Maga , J. L. Rodrigues , L. R. Bertolini and M. Bertolini blank image
pp. 163-163
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32 CLONING OF ELITE QUARANTINE SNIFFING DOG BY SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER 
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pp. 164-164
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33 PROPAGATION OF ELITE LIFESAVER DOGS BY SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER 
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B. C. Lee , H. J. Oh , M. J. Kim , G. A. Kim , E. J. Park , J. Choi , J. K. Yoo , J.-K. Park and D.-H. Kim blank image
pp. 164-164
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34 PRE-IMPLANTATION DEVELOPMENT OF HORSE SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYOS ORIGINATED FROM METAPHASE I OOCYTES 
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pp. 165-165
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35 EFFECT OF CULTURE AT LOW OR ATMOSPHERIC OXYGEN TENSION IN SOMATIC DONOR CELLS FOR HORSE NUCLEAR TRANSFER 
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pp. 165-165
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36 RESTORATION OF TELOMERE LENGTH IN CLONED PIG EMBRYOS DURING EARLY EMBRYOGENESIS IS NOT DEPENDENT ON TELOMERE LENGTH AND TYPE OF DONOR CELLS 
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T. Q. Dang-Nguyen , S. Haraguchi , S. Akagi , T. Somfai , M. Kaneda , S. Watanabe , K. Kikuchi , A. Tajima and T. Nagai blank image
pp. 166-166
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37 THE EFFECTS OF A CLASS III HISTONE DEACETYLASE INHIBITOR (SIRTINOL) ON EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF PORCINE CLONED EMBRYOS 
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pp. 166-166
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38 GENERATION OF INTERSPECIFIC CLONED BLASTOCYSTS BY ZONA PELLUCIDA-FREE NUCLEAR TRANSFER IN WILD FELIDS 
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L. N. Moro , J. Jarazo , A. Sestelo and D. Salamone blank image
pp. 167-167
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39 FACTORS INFLUENCING THE EFFICIENCY OF GENERATING GENETICALLY ENGINEERED PIGS BY NUCLEAR TRANSFER: MULTI-FACTORIAL ANALYSIS OF A LARGE DATA SET 
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M. Kurome , L. Geistlinger , B. Kessler , V. Zakhartchenko , N. Klymiuk , A. Wuensch , K. Flisikowski , T. Flisikowska , C. Merkl , H. Nagashima , A. Schnieke , R. Zimmer and E. Wolf blank image
pp. 167-167
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40 PIG CLONING AND GENE EXPRESSION PATTERNS IN MINIPIG ADIPOSE TISSUE-DERIVED MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS 
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M. J. Kim , H. J. Oh , J. E. Park , G. A. Kim , E. J. Park , J. Choi , J. H. Moon , S. H. Rhee , T. Kim and B. C. Lee blank image
pp. 168-168
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41 RAPID PRODUCTION OF α-1,3-GALACTOSYLTRANSFERASE-DEFICIENT MINIATURE PIGS BY NUCLEAR TRANSFER FOLLOWING NEONATAL SKIN BIOPSY AND LOSS OF HETEROZYGOSITY 
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Y. J. Kim , M. J. Kim , M. J. Kim , J. S. Ahn , J. H. Ryu , S. Y. Heo , S. M. Park , J. H. Kang , Y. J. Choi , K. S. Ahn and H. Shim blank image
pp. 168-168
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42 EFFECT OF S-ADENOSYLHOMOCYSTEINE, A NON-TOXIC EPIGENETIC MODIFYING REAGENT, ON PORCINE FEMALE DONOR CELLS AND CLONED EMBRYOS 
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J. T. Kang , J. Y. Choi , S. J. Park , S. J. Kim , J. H. Moon , G. Jang and B. C. Lee blank image
pp. 169-169
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43 PATTERN OF NUCLEOLI FORMATION IN RACCOON-PORCINE INTERSPECIES SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYOS 
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Y. H. Nam , Y. Jeon , S. A. Cheong , S. S. Kwak and S. H. Hyun blank image
pp. 169-169
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44 LIMITATIONS OF PORCINE OOPLASM TO REPROGRAM BOVINE SOMATIC CELLS 
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F. Strejcek , O. Ostrup , M. Morovic , I. Petrovicova , A. Lucas-Hahn , B. Petersen , H. Niemann , P. Hyttel and J. Laurincik blank image
pp. 170-170
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45 EFFECT OF DEACETYLASE INHIBITOR VALPROIC ACID ON BOVINE CULTURED SOMATIC CELLS 
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L. Bai , X. Li , Y. Liu , Z. Wei and G. Li blank image
pp. 170-170
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46 MEGANUCLEASE I-SceI ENHANCES STABLE TRANSGENE INTEGRATION IN CULTURED BOVINE FETAL FIBROBLASTS 
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N. M. Ortega , S. B. Benítez , B. E. Barrionuevo , M. F. O. Nicotra , A. P. Alessio , A. E. Fili , D. O. Forcato , S. L. Stice and P. Bosch blank image
pp. 170-171
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47 DIFFERENCES IN MITOCHONDRIAL DNA COPY NUMBER AND EPIGENETIC PATTERNS OF MITOCHONDRIA-RELATED GENES IN CLONED COWS FROM THE SAME DONOR CELLS 
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M. Kaneda , S. Watanabe , Y. Hirao , S. Akagi , S. Haraguchi , T. Somfai , K. Takeda , M. Hirako , M. Geshi and T. Nagai blank image
pp. 171-171
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48 QUIESCENCE INDUCES LONG-TERM EPIGENETIC CHANGES IN BOVINE FIBROBLASTS THAT IMPROVE THEIR REPROGRAMMING INTO CLONED ANIMALS 
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P. K. Kallingappa , P. Turner , A. Green , J. Oliver , M. Eichenlaub , A. Chibnall , D. Wells and B. Oback blank image
pp. 171-172
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49 EFFECTS OF CULTURE CONDITIONS AND GENE TRANSFECTION ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF BOVINE SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYOS 
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pp. 172-172
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50 EFFECTS OF REPROGRAMMING TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS AND CHEMICAL INHIBITORS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF BOVINE SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYOS 
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pp. 172-173
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51 INVESTIGATION OF INTER-INDIVIDUAL EPIGENETIC VARIABILITY IN BOVINE CLONES: A HIGH THROUGHPUT STUDY 
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H. Kiefer , L. Jouneau , M. L. Martin-Magniette , S. Balzergue , E. Campion , P. Chavatte-Palmer , Y. Heyman , C. Richard , D. Le Bourhis , J. P. Renard and H. Jammes blank image
pp. 173-173
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52 IMPLANTATION OF TRANSGENIC BOVINE CLONED EMBRYOS DERIVED FROM TRANSFECTED CELLS BY PiggyBac TRANSPOSITION 
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W. J. Choi , S. J. Lee , W. W. Lee , S. J. Kim , I. M. Saadeldin , J. K. Cho , B. C. Lee and G. Jang blank image
pp. 173-174
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53 EFFECT OF THE NUCLEAR REPROGRAMMING TIME ON IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT OF EQUINE AGGREGATED CLONED EMBRYOS 
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pp. 174-174
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54 EXPRESSION PATTERN OF DNMT1 AND DNMT3a GENES DURING INTERGENERIC SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT 
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M. Morovic , F. Strejcek , O. Ostrup , A. Lucas-Hahn , B. Petersen , H. Niemann , P. Hyttel and J. Laurincik blank image
pp. 174-174
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55 STUDY ON THE INTERSPECIFIC NUCLEAR TRANSFER OF PRZEWALSKI'S GAZELLES AND BOVINES 
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pp. 175-175
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Erratum to: 56 SINGLE LAYER CENTRIFUGATION THROUGH PURESPERM® 80 IMPROVES QUALITY OF CRYOPRESERVED DOG SPERMATOZOA 
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57 TREHALOSE SUPPLEMENTED EXTENDER PRESERVE ACROSOMAL INTEGRITY IN POST-THAW BOAR SPERM 
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58 MULTI-THERMAL GRADIENT FREEZING ALLOWS THE CRYOPRESERVATION OF SHEEP WHOLE OVARIES WITH THE SAME EFFICIENCY OF OVARIAN FRAGMENTS 
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59 EFFECT OF STORAGE DURATION ON POST-THAW PARAMETERS OF BULL SEMEN 
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pp. 177-177
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60 THE EFFECT OF L-ASCORBIC ACID DURING CULTURE, CRYOPRESERVATION, OR BOTH ON PORCINE EMBRYOS PRODUCED IN VITRO 
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pp. 177-177
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61 APPLICATION OF AN OPEN DEVICE TO VITRIFY EQUINE IN VITRO-PRODUCED EMBRYOS 
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pp. 178-178
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62 LONG-TERM STORAGE OF BOVINE EMBRYOS: BIRTH OF A CALF AFTER 22 YEARS OF CRYOPRESERVATION 
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pp. 178-178
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63 QUALITY OF BOVINE EMBRYOS PRODUCED IN VITRO FROM IMMATURE OOCYTES TREATED WITH A SUBLETHAL HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE 
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pp. 179-179
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64 CRYOPRESERVATION OF CAT OVARIAN TISSUE BY VITRIFICATION 
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65 THE EFFECTS OF CUMULUS CELLS ON DEVELOPMENTAL RATES OF VITRIFIED MOUSE OOCYTES IN C57BL/6J STRAIN 
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pp. 180-180
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66 BUFFALO-BULL SEMEN-FERTILITY EVALUATION IN RELATION TO MOTILITY AND INTEGRITY OF ACROSOME, PLASMA MEMBRANE, AND SPERM DNA 
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pp. 180-180
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67 A HOLLOW FIBER VITRIFICATION METHOD ENABLES CRYOBANKING OF IN VITRO-MATURATION/IN VITRO-FERTILIZATION-DERIVED TRANSGENIC PIG EMBRYOS 
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68 WHOLE-OVARY CRYOPRESERVATION: A DIRECT COMPARISON OF CONVENTIONAL AND DIRECTIONAL FREEZING 
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pp. 181-182
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69 AN EASY-TO-PERFORM METHOD TO ASSESS VIABILITY OF FELINE FREEZE-DRIED SPERM 
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pp. 182-182
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70 ONE-STEP CRYOPROTECTANT DILUTION FOLLOWING VITRIFICATION OF IN VITRO-PRODUCED BOVINE EMBRYOS 
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pp. 182-182
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71 BOVINE SPERM DEATH KINETICS: CHANGES IN MOTILITY, ACROSOMES, AND PLASMA MEMBRANE 
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pp. 183-183
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72 EFFECT OF SINGLE-LAYER CENTRIFUGATION WITH EQUIPURE™ ON MOTILITY KINEMATICS OF FROZEN–THAWED DONKEY SPERM 
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73 EFFECT OF THE BUFFER SYSTEM, CRYOPROTECTANT, AND ANTIOXIDANT ON SPERM FROM ENDANGERED CATALONIAN SHEEP XISQUETA AND ARANESA AND GOAT BLANCA DE RASQUERA BREEDS DURING PRESERVATION 
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pp. 184-184
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74 GERM CELLS AND TESTICULAR SOMATIC CELLS HAVE DIFFERENT SENSITIVITY TO CRYOPRESERVATION 
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75 ADDITION OF HYALURONAN TO A VITRIFICATION SOLUTION FOR IMMATURE BOVINE OOCYTES SELECTED BY BRILLIANT CRESYL BLUE 
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76 THE EFFECT OF GLYCEROL CONCENTRATIONS IN EGG-YOLK CITRATE EXTENDER ON THE QUALITY OF CRYOPRESERVED NGUNI BULL SEMEN 
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pp. 185-185
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77 ADDITION OF CHOLESTEROL IN FRESH GOAT SPERM IMPROVES CRYOSURVIVAL RATES 
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pp. 186-186
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78 DIFFERENT EXTENDERS TO HARVEST EQUINE EPIDIDYMAL SPERM AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON FREEZABILITY 
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79 A COMBINATION OF ETHYLENE GLYCOL AND PROPYLENE GLYCOL IS SUPERIOR TO INDIVIDUAL CRYOPROTECTANTS FOR THE VITRIFICATION OF IMMATURE PORCINE OOCYTES 
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pp. 187-187
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80 GLOBAL GENE EXPRESSION PATTERNS OF FRESH AND VITRIFIED IN VITRO-PRODUCED BOVINE BLASTOCYSTS 
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pp. 187-188
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81 VITRIFICATION OF IMMATURE PORCINE CUMULUS–OOCYTE COMPLEXES IN A CHEMICALLY DEFINED SOLUTION 
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pp. 188-188
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82 VIABILITY OF SHEEP-SKIN FIBROBLASTS AFTER SLOW FREEZING 
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pp. 188-189
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83 IMPROVED SURVIVAL TO ONE-STEP REHYDRATION OF VITRIFIED–WARMED VERSUS FROZEN–THAWED IN VITRO-PRODUCED BOVINE BLASTOCYSTS 
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pp. 189-189
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84 EFFECT OF A STRESSOR ON CANINE SPERM DNA FRAGMENTATION USING THE SPERM CHROMATIN DISPERSION TEST 
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85 SYNERGISTIC EFFECT OF DEHYDRATION AND LOW TEMPERATURE ON THE SURVIVAL OF PANGASIUS CATFISH (PANGASIANODON HYPOPHTHALMUS) EMBRYOS 
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pp. 190-190
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86 EFFECT OF HDAC2 INTERFERENCES ON HISTONE MODIFICATIONS IN MOUSE EARLY EMBRYOS 
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pp. 191-191
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87 IS HOXA10 EXPRESSION REGULATED THROUGH PROMOTER DNA METHYLATION IN THE PIG? 
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pp. 191-191
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88 VARIABLE DNA METHYLATION PROFILES AT IMPRINTED LOCI IN BOVINE EARLY PRE-IMPLANTATION EMBRYOS 
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pp. 192-192
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89 INHIBITION OF MAPKK AND GSK3 SIGNALLING PROMOTES DEVELOPMENT AND EPIBLAST-SPECIFIC EXPRESSION OF PLURIPOTENCY MARKERS IN BOVINE BLASTOCYSTS 
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pp. 192-192
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90 TRANSCRIPTION OF USP9Y AND ZFY IN DEVELOPING AND ARRESTED BOVINE EMBRYOS IN VITRO 
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pp. 193-193
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91 SPERMATOZOA TELOMERE LENGTH DETERMINES EMBRYONIC TELOMERE LENGTH BEFORE EMBRYONIC GENOME ACTIVATION 
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pp. 193-193
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92 DOES THE SEX OF THE EMBRYO AFFECT DEVELOPMENTAL AND APOPTOTIC RATES AT THE BLASTOCYST STAGE? 
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93 EXPOSURE TIME IS CRITICAL IN BLASTOCYSTS ADAPTATIONS TO BRANCH-CHAIN AMINO-ACID DEPLETION 
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94 A POLARIZED CELL-CULTURE SYSTEM TO STUDY THE EFFECTS OF ELEVATED SERUM NONESTERIFIED FATTY ACID CONCENTRATIONS ON THE BOVINE OVIDUCTAL MICROENVIRONMENT IN VITRO 
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pp. 195-195
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95 ALTERED PROTEIN AND AMINO-ACID METABOLISM IN PREIMPLANTATION EMBRYOS FROM DIABETIC RABBITS 
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pp. 195-195
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96 EXPRESSION OF THE LONG FORM OF THE LEPTIN RECEPTOR IN BOVINE OVIDUCT EPITHELIAL, UTERINE EPITHELIAL, AND BLASTOCYST-STAGE EMBRYOS 
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pp. 196-196
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97 THE REGULATION OF UTERINE CONTRACTION BY ENDOCRINE-DISRUPTING CHEMICALS IN RATS 
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98 THE EXPRESSION OF TIGHT JUNCTION GENES IN THE PLACENTA BY CALCIUM OR VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY IN WILD TYPE AND CaBP-9k OR CaBP-28k KNOCKOUT MICE 
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pp. 197-197
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99 THE DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF CALCIUM-RELATED PROTEINS BY HYPOXIC STRESS IN THE DUODENUM, KIDNEY, AND PLACENTA OF PREGNANT RATS 
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pp. 197-197
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100 BOVINE PREGNANCY-ASSOCIATED GLYCOPROTEINS ARE ALLOCATED TO COTYLEDONARY OR INTERCOTYLEDONARY TROPHOBLAST ACCORDING TO THEIR PHYLOGENETIC ORIGIN 
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pp. 197-198
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101 AMNIOTIC FLUID STEM SELLS IN BUFFALO (BUBALUS BUBALIS): IDENTIFICATION OF PLURIPOTENCY MARKERS, CHARACTERIZATION, AND GUIDED DIFFERENTIATION INTO NEUROGENIC, ADIPOGENIC, AND OSTEOGENIC LINEAGES 
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pp. 198-198
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102 REPEATED OVARIAN STIMULATIONS BY EXOGENOUS GONADOTROPIN COULD ALTER ATP CONTENT AND MITOCHONDRIAL DISTRIBUTION IN MOUSE OOCYTES 
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103 RAMAN MICROSPECTROSCOPY AS A TOOL TO DETECT MOLECULAR MODIFICATIONS INDUCED BY AGING-RELATED OXIDATIVE STRESS IN MOUSE OOCYTES 
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104 3-D VISUALIZATION OF THE FIRST CLEAVAGE AND ABERRATIONS OF BOVINE ZYGOTES BY CONFOCAL LASER SCANNING MICROSCOPY 
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pp. 199-200
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105 COMPARATIVE ULTRASTRUCTURE OF IN VITRO-PRODUCED BOVINE BLASTOCYSTS (BOS INDICUS) DERIVED FROM IN VITRO FERTILIZATION, SNC, AND PARTHENOGENESIS 
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106 STUDIES OF NUCLEAR ARCHITECTURE IN MAMMALIAN PRE-IMPLANTATION EMBRYOS AND EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS USING SUPER-RESOLUTION FLUORESCENCE MICROSCOPY 
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107 DETECTION OF BIOTINYLATED-OVULATION-INDUCING FACTOR (OIF) IN CEREBROSPINAL FLUID AND ITS ABILITY TO INDUCE OVULATION 
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108 EFFECTS OF UTILIZATION OF SUBCUTANEOUS IMPLANTS OF GnRH AGONISTS (DESLORELIN) ON OVARIAN ACTIVITY AND HORMONAL PROFILE DURING THE PERIOD OF IMPLANTATION AND AFTER REMOVAL IN NELORE COWS (BOS INDICUS) WITH A TOTAL IMPLANT TREATMENT OF 70 DAYS 
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109 EFFECT OF SHORT TERM PROGESTERONE SUPPLEMENTATION ON CIRCULATING PROGESTERONE CONCENTRATION, CORPUS LUTEUM SIZE, AND EARLY EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT IN CATTLE 
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110 EFFECT OF HUMAN CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN (hCG) ADMINISTRATION ON DAYS 1, 2, 3, OR 4 POST-OESTRUS ON CORPUS LUTEUM DEVELOPMENT AND CIRCULATING PROGESTERONE CONCENTRATIONS IN BEEF HEIFERS 
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111 FUNCTIONAL AND MOLECULAR GENITAL ASYMMETRY IN THE COW 
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112 INFLUENCE OF LOW-VOLUME UTERINE FLUSHING ON UTERINE VASCULAR PERFUSION AND ENDOMETRIAL THICKNESS DURING EARLY DIOESTRUS IN BEEF CATTLE 
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113 EX VIVO IMAGING OF OVARIAN FOLLICLES AND INTRAUTERINE SPERMATOZOA USING QUANTUM DOTS 
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114 THE LIPID COMPOSITION OF THE FOLLICULAR FLUID ON DAY 6 POST-AI MAY BE ASSOCIATED WITH THE GESTATIONAL SUCCESS IN NELORE COWS 
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pp. 204-205
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115 EFFECT OF FEED SUPLEMENTATION ON PREGNANCY RATE AND EMBRYONIC SURVIVAL IN ALPACAS (VICUGNA PACOS) 
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116 EXPRESSION OF INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR 2 RECEPTOR (IGF2R), LEPTIN RECEPTOR (LEPR) AND SERUM- AND GLUCOCORTICOID-REGULATED KINASE 1 (SGK1) mRNA IN HUMAN AND BOVINE PREGNANCIES 
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117 TRANSLATION INITIATION IS ESSENTIALLY MODIFIED IN THE PORCINE ENDOMETRIAL TISSUE DURING EARLY PREGNANCY 
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118 DEEP SEQUENCING OF THE PORCINE ENDOMETRIAL TRANSCRIPTOME ON DAYS 12 AND 14 OF PREGNANCY 
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119 QUANTITATIVE PROTEOME ANALYSIS OF ENDOMETRIUM FROM PREGNANT AND NONPREGNANT PIGS 
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120 EXPRESSION OF TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR (TNF) AND ITS RECEPTOR TNFR2 IN BOVINE ENDOMETRIUM AND EMBRYOS DURING THE EARLY DEVELOPMENT 
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121 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PROSTAGLANDIN E2 METABOLITE, UTERINE ARTERIAL VASODILATORY CHANGES, AND PROGESTERONE DURING THE OESTROUS CYCLE AND EARLY PREGNANCY IN BEEF COWS 
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122 OXYTOCIN-INDUCED PROLONGED DIOESTRUS DOES NOT DOWNREGULATE THE EXPRESSION OF PROSTAGLANDIN-ENDOPEROXIDASE SYNTHASE 2 OR OXYTOCIN RECEPTOR IN EQUINE ENDOMETRIUM 
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123 GENISTEIN TRANSPORT ACROSS THE BOVINE OVIDUCT EPITHELIUM 
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124 THE REGULATION OF CALCIUM TRANSPORT GENE EXPRESSIONS DURING PREGNANCY AFTER EXPOSURE TO OCTYLPHENOL AND BISPHENOL A 
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125 INTRACYTOPLASMIC SPERM INJECTION (ICSI)-BASED MOUSE EMBRYO ASSAY: CHOICE OF EMBRYO CULTURE SYSTEM OUTWEIGHS THE EFFECT OF FERTILIZATION PROCEDURE ON EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT 
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126 TIME OF FIRST CLEAVAGE AND DEVELOPMENT TO BLASTOCYST OF BOVINE IVF EMBRYOS MONITORED BY TIME-LAPSE IMAGING AFTER IN VITRO OR IN VIVO MATURATION 
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127 THYMIDINE SYNCHRONIZATION OF IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT OF BOVINE EMBRYOS 
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128 CULTURE CONDITIONS AFFECT THE SEX RATIO OF IN VITRO PRODUCED BOVINE EMBRYOS 
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129 POST-HATCHING DEVELOPMENT AND GENE EXPRESSION OF IN VITRO-PRODUCED BOVINE EMBRYOS IN RECIPIENT UTERUS AFTER MULTIPLE TRANSFER 
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130 EFFECT OF HYALURONIC ACID SUPPLEMENTATION ON OVINE EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT IN VITRO AND ON SURVIVAL AFTER VITRIFICATION 
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131 EFFECTS OF HIGH MOLECULAR WEIGHT HYALURONAN ON SHEEP EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT AND SURVIVAL AFTER CRYOPRESERVATION 
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132 RESVERATROL DURING IN VITRO CULTURE IMPROVES CRYOTOLERANCE OF IN VITRO PRODUCED BOVINE EMBRYOS 
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133 L-CARNITINE DURING IN VITRO CULTURE ENHANCES THE CRYOTOLERANCE OF BUFFALO (BUBALUS BUBALIS) IN VITRO-DERIVED EMBRYOS 
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134 CYSTEINE AND CATALASE SUPPLEMENTATION FOR 7 DAYS DURING IN VITRO CULTURE IMPAIRS BOVINE EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT 
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135 LEVELS OF REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES (ROS), APOPTOSIS AND CRYORESISTANCE OF BOVINE EMBRYOS PRODUCED IN VITRO IN THE PRESENCE OF ANTIOXIDANTS 
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136 EFFECTS OF INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR I (IGF-1) ON THE DEVELOPMENT AND APOPTOSIS OF PREIMPLANTATION BUFFALO (BUBALUS BUBALIS) EMBRYOS 
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137 PYRUVATE UPTAKE DURING EARLY CLEAVAGE PREDICTS BLASTOCYST DEVELOPMENT 
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pp. 216-216
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138 FATTY ACID β-OXIDATION REGULATES BOVINE EMBRYO OXYGEN METABOLISM 
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139 THE EFFECT OF STARCH AND SATURATED OR POLYUNSATURATED RICH DIETS ON IN VITRO BOVINE EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT AND QUALITY 
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140 EFFECT OF A NOVEL BOVINE EMBRYO CULTURE MEDIUM TO IMPROVE BLASTOCYST DEVELOPMENT 
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141 BOVINE EMBRYO CULTURE IN THE MODIFIED WELL OF THE WELL SYSTEM INCREASES BLASTOCYST RATE BUT LOWERS BLASTOCYST QUALITY 
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142 ZONA PELLUCIDA TAGGING WITH BARCODES ALLOWS THE TRACEABILITY OF BOVINE EMBRYOS CULTURED IN GROUP 
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143 EFFECTS OF BOAR SEMINAL PLASMA IN IN VITRO CULTURE OF PORCINE EMBRYOS 
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144 EFFECTS OF CO-CULTURE WITH FIBROBLASTS AND OVIDUCT CELLS ON IN VITRO PRODUCTION OF PORCINE EMBRYOS 
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145 EXTRA LIGHT EXPOSURE DECREASES DEVELOPMENT AND QUALITY OF PORCINE PARTHENOTE EMBRYOS 
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146 BOVINE EMBRYO AGGREGATION TO MULTIPLY ELITE GENOTYPES 
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147 AGGREGATION OF IN VIVO FERTILIZED AND PARTHENOGENETICALLY ACTIVATED MOUSE EMBRYOS 
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pp. 221-222
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148 MICE BLASTOCYST RECONSTRUCTION BY AGGREGATION OF INNER CELL MASS WITH TROPHECTODERM 
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pp. 222-222
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149 UNIMPAIRED DEVELOPMENT OF MURINE EMBRYOS AFTER INJECTION OF SILVER NANOPARTICLES 
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pp. 222-223
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150 IN VITRO AND IN VIVO DEVELOPMENT OF EMBRYO FOLLOWING BIOPSY WITH DIFFERENT TECHNIQUES IN MOUSE EMBRYOS 
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151 HORSE EMBRYO BIOPSY: EFFECT ON PREGNANCY RATES AND SUCCESSFUL SEX DETERMINATION DEPENDING ON THE SIZE OF THE EMBRYO 
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152 EVALUATION OF POMEGRANATE (PUNICA GRANATUM) AS REPLICATION INHIBITOR OF BoHV-1 COLORADO STRAIN DURING IN VITRO MATURATION OF INFECTED BOVINE OOCYTES 
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153 DETECTING PRE-OVULATORY LUTEINIZING HORMONE PEAKS IN ORDER TO OPTIMIZE THE RATIO OF VIABLE EMBRYOS USING PREDI′BOV®, A NEW ON-FARM OVULATION TEST 
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154 EMBRYO RESPONSE OF SUPEROVULATED HOLSTEIN HEIFERS INSEMINATED WITH X-SORTED FROZEN SPERM 
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155 CHARACTERIZATION OF LIPID DROPLETS IN BOS INDICUS AND BOS TAURUS EMBRYOS 
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156 THE USE OF THE DG29™ ENZYME-LINKED IMMUNOSORBENT ASSAY KIT TO PREDICT PREGNANCY PRIOR TO EMBRYO TRANSFER IN LACTATING HOLSTEIN COWS 
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157 EFFECT OF DENSITY GRADIENT SELECTION ON EMBRYO RECOVERY RATES OF FRESH AND COOLED STALLION SEMEN 
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pp. 227-227
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158 EFFECTS OF AMINO ACIDS IN EMBRYO TRANSPORT MEDIA ON PORCINE EMBRYOS 
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159 EFFECTS OF EMBRYO TRANSFER IN A LARGER BREED ON POSTNATAL GROWTH AND GLUCOSE METABOLISM IN HORSES 
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160 CONCEPTION RATES FOLLOWING TREATMENT OF LACTATING HOLSTEIN RECIPIENTS WITH A GONADOTROPIN RELEASING HORMONE (GnRH) ANALOGUE AT THE TIME OF TRANSFER OF OVUM PICK-UP/IVF-DERIVED EMBRYOS 
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pp. 228-228
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161 PROCESSING OF SEMEN WITH PYOSPERMIA ALLOWS ITS USE IN EQUINE EMBRYO TRANSFER PROGRAMS 
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162 FERTILITY OF BEEF RECIPIENTS FOLLOWING A FIXED-TIME EMBRYO TRANSFER PROTOCOL WHICH INCLUDED FOLLICLE STIMULATING HORMONE DILUTED IN HYALURONAN 
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163 EFFECT OF PUERPERAL METRITIS ON REPRODUCTIVE AND PRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCE IN DAIRY COWS IN ARGENTINA 
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164 RAPID IDENTIFICATION OF BACTERIA IN BOVINE SEMEN BY MATRIX-ASSISTED LASER DESORPTION/IONIZATION MASS SPECTROMETRY 
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165 THE EFFECT OF shRNA TARGETING CLUSTER OF DIFFERENTIATION ANTIGEN 14 ON GENE EXPRESSION OF TNF-α, TLR4, AND IL-6 IN LIPOPOLYSACCHARIDE-INDUCED BUFFALO PERIPHERAL BLOOD MONOCYTE/MACROPHAGE 
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166 CAN COXIELLA BURNETII BE TRANSMITTED BY GOAT EMBRYO TRANSFER? 
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167 BLACK TEA DOES NOT INTERFERE IN THE NUMBER OF CORPORA LUTEA IN SUPEROVULATED RATS 
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168 A NONINVASIVE, TRANSDERMAL ABSORPTION APPROACH FOR EXOGENOUS HORMONE INDUCTION OF SPAWNING IN THE NORTHERN CRICKET FROG, ACRIS CREPITANS: A MODEL FOR SMALL ENDANGERED AMPHIBIANS 
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169 QUALITATIVE ASSESSMENT OF ENDANGERED ARABIAN TAHR/IBEX (HEMITRAGUS JAYAKARI) SEMEN USING BIOXCELL® AND TRILADYL® EXTENDERS 
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170 ASSESSMENT OF FRESH AND FROZEN–THAWED BOTTLENOSE DOLPHIN (TURSIOPS TRUNCATUS) SPERM DNA FRAGMENTATION USING THE SPERM CHROMATIN DISPERSION TEST 
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171 EXPRESSION OF ANDROGEN-PRODUCING ENZYMES IN NELORE AND ANGUS HEIFERS WITH LOW AND HIGH NUMBERS OF FOLLICLES IN THE OVARY 
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172 P450 AROMATASE GENE EXPRESSION, ESTRADIOL PRODUCTION, AND DOMINANT FOLLICLE DEVIATION IN BOS TAURUS AND BOS INDICUS DAIRY HEIFERS 
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173 USE OF CORPUS LUTEUM AREA AS A PREDICTOR OF ONGOING FUNCTIONAL LUTEOLYSIS IN DAIRY HEIFERS 
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174 ULTRASOUND BIOMICROSCOPIC IMAGE ATTRIBUTES OF OVARIAN FOLLICLES IN HEIFERS 
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175 THE EFFECT OF NUTRITION ON OVARIAN FOLLICLE POPULATION AND PLASMA ANTI-MULLERIAN HORMONE CONCENTRATION IN ABERDEEN ANGUS HEIFERS 
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176 EXPRESSION OF INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR FAMILY MEMBERS AND GROWTH DIFFERENTIATION FACTOR 9 ON NELORE AND ANGUS HEIFERS WITH A LOW AND HIGH OVARIAN FOLLICLE COUNT 
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177 EFFECTS OF MANIPULATION OF DOMINANT FOLLICLE GROWTH ON SIZE AND FUNCTION OF CORPUS LUTEUM IN BEEF CATTLE 
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pp. 237-237
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178 EXPRESSION OF mRNA ENCODING LUTEINIZING HORMONE RECEPTOR AND MEVALONATE KINASE AROUND FOLLICLE DEVIATION IN NELORE HEIFERS (BOS INDICUS) 
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179 CORPUS LUTEUM DEVELOPMENT AFTER FOLLICLE ASPIRATION IS RELATED TO CHARACTERISTICS OF THE ASPIRATED FOLLICLE IN DAIRY COWS 
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180 EXPRESSION OF TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR-STIMULATED GENE 6 PROTEIN IN BOVINE CUMULUS–OOCYTE COMPLEXES AT DIFFERENT MATURATION STATUS 
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181 XENOTRANSPLANTATION OF BOVINE OVARIAN CORTEX IN SEVERE COMBINED IMMUNODEFICIENT MICE TO STUDY PRE-ANTRAL FOLLICULAR DEVELOPMENT: DETERMINATION OF THE OPTIMAL GRAFT SITE 
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182 EFFECT OF OVULATION-INDUCING FACTOR ON DEVELOPMENT AND VASCULAR PERFUSION OF THE OVULATORY FOLLICLE AND CORPUS LUTEUM IN LLAMAS 
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183 EFFECTS OF LONG-TERM NUTRITIONAL RESTRICTION ON PREOVULATORY LUTEINIZING HORMONE SURGE, LEPTIN, AND LUTEAL PHASE IN LLAMAS (LAMA GLAMA) 
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184 INTERCELLULAR COUPLING AND CHROMATIN CONFIGURATION STATE IN HORSE OOCYTE–CUMULUS CELL COMPLEXES OF DIFFERENT ORIGINS 
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185 DEVELOPMENT CAPACITY OF PRE- AND POSTPUBERTAL PIG OOCYTES EVALUATED BY SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER AND PARTHENOGENETIC ACTIVATION 
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186 EFFECT OF POLYVINYLPYRROLIDONE SUPPLEMENTATION IN CULTURE MEDIUM ON THE GROWTH OF MOUSE OOCYTES 
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187 EXPRESSION AND REGULATION OF THE FIBROBLAST GROWTH FACTOR GENE FAMILY DURING MOUSE FOLLICULAR DEVELOPMENT 
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188 EFFECT OF RABBIT SEMINAL PLASMA IN OVULATING RESPONSE 
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189 ESTRADIOL PRODUCTION AND GENE UPREGULATION FOLLOWING PRIMORDIAL FOLLICLE ACTIVATION IN VITRO 
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190 JNK SIGNALLING IN FOLLICLE ACTIVATION 
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191 RISK ASSESSMENT OF BISPHENOL A, AN ENDOCRINE DISRUPTOR, VIA PROLIFERATIVE EFFECT ON THE GROWTH OF ESTROGEN-DEPENDENT OVARIAN CANCER IN CELLULAR AND ANIMAL MODELS 
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192 RESVERATROL, A NATURAL FOOD COMPOUND, SUPPRESSED THE CELL GROWTH OF BG-1 OVARIAN CANCER CELLS INDUCED BY 17β-ESTRADIOL OR BISPHENOL A THROUGH DOWNREGULATING ESTROGEN RECEPTOR α AND INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR-1 RECEPTOR 
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193 BISPHENOL A AND PHTHALATE ENHANCED THE GROWTH OF PROSTATE CANCER CELLS AND ALTERED TGF-β SIGNALING MOLECULES VIA AN ESTROGEN RECEPTOR OR ANDROGEN RECEPTOR-DEPENDENT PATHWAY IN IN VITRO AND IN VIVO MODELS 
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194 A POTENTIAL ENDOCRINE-DISRUPTING CHEMICAL, 4-NONYLPHENOL, STIMULATED THE OVARIAN CANCER CELL GROWTH BY UPREGULATING CELL CYCLE VIA AN ESTROGEN RECEPTOR SIGNALING PATHWAY IN CELLULAR AND ANIMAL MODELS 
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195 RELATIVE mRNA EXPRESSION OF 4 CANDIDATES IN LAMB OOCYTES SELECTED BY BRILLIANT CRESYL BLUE STAINING 
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196 EXPRESSION OF TISSUE-TYPE PLASMINOGEN ACTIVATOR IN OOCYTES AND CUMULUS CELLS FROM MOUSE, PIG, AND COW 
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197 EXPRESSION OF MELATONIN-RELATED GENES IN RAT CUMULUS–OOCYTE COMPLEXES 
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198 PROGESTERONE, ESTROGEN (ER-α AND ER-β), AND OXYTOCIN RECEPTOR GENE EXPRESSION IN CANINE EMBRYOS 
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199 EXPRESSION OF HAPTOGLOBIN mRNA IN THE OVIDUCT DURING THE OESTRUS CYCLE OF SOWS 
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200 DETECTION OF mRNA ENCODING HEPARANASE IN PORCINE OVIDUCT 
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201 IDENTIFICATION OF CANDIDATE X (INACTIVE)-SPECIFIC TRANSCRIPT (XIST) CODING REGION BY HOMOLOGY ANALYSIS OF SEQUENCE AND RELATIVE EXPRESSION ANALYSIS ON FERTILIZED EMBRYO AND PARTHENOTES IN PIG 
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202 EXPRESSION OF APOLIPOPROTEIN B mRNA IN THE PORCINE OVIDUCT 
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203 IDENTIFICATION OF A POTENTIAL MULTILINEAGE-DIFFERENTIATING STRESS ENDURING CELL POPULATION IN PORCINE FETAL FIBROBLASTS 
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204 PERIPHERAL PROGESTERONE CONCENTRATION AFFECTS BOVINE OOCYTE QUALITY AT THE MOLECULAR LEVEL 
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205 RNA-SEq PROFILING OF BOVINE PRE-IMPLANTATION EMBRYOS 
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206 EFFECT OF OVARIAN HYPERSTIMULATION ON CIRCULATORY microRNA PROFILE IN BOVINE FOLLICULAR FLUID AND BLOOD PLASMA 
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207 CIRCULATORY microRNA SIGNATURES IN FOLLICULAR FLUID IN RELATION TO THE GROWTH STATUS OF BOVINE OOCYTES 
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208 COMPARISON OF THE EXPRESSION OF SOX2 AND Stat3 IN BOVINE BLASTOCYST AND HATCHED BLASTOCYST 
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209 9-cis RETINOIC ACID INHIBITS EXPRESSION OF AKR1B1 TRANSCRIPT IN THE BOVINE OOCYTES AND PRE-IMPLANTATION EMBRYOS 
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210 DEFINING THE MINIMAL PROMOTER REGION OF BOVINE VASA HOMOLOGUE (Bvh) BY IN SILICO ANALYSIS 
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211 IN VITRO CULTURE CONDITIONS AFFECT GENE EXPRESSION PATTERN OF BOVINE BLASTOCYST IN A STAGE-SPECIFIC MANNER 
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212 GENE EXPRESSION PROFILE OF PROTAMINES AND TRANSITION NUCLEAR PROTEINS IN BOVINE TESTIS 
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213 HOXB9 PROTEIN IS PRESENT THROUGHOUT EARLY EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT IN THE BOVINE 
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214 EFFECT OF OVARIAN SUPERSTIMULATION ON EXPRESSION OF GENES ASSOCIATED WITH THE OOCYTE DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE OF NELORE COWS 
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215 INVESTIGATION OF A PREFERENTIALLY UPREGULATED GENE CLUSTER IN DAY 7 BOVINE EMBRYOS DERIVED FROM RNA SEQUENCING DATA 
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216 EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT POLYUNSATURATED FATTY ACID SUPPLEMENTATION DURING THE POSTPARTUM PERIODS OF EARLY LACTATING DAIRY COWS ON INSULIN RESISTANCE AND SOMATOTROPIC AXIS 
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217 TRANSCRIPT ABUNDANCE OF CATHEPSIN GENES IN CUMULUS CELLS AS A MARKER OF CATTLE OOCYTE QUALITY 
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218 RNA-Seq ANALYSIS OF BOVINE OOCYTE TRANSCRIPTOME REVEALS THAT DIFFERENCES BETWEEN HEIFERS AND REPEAT BREEDERS ARE LIMITED TO A FEW KEY TRANSCRIPTS 
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219 EXPRESSION PATTERN OF THE SUB-CORTICAL MATERNAL COMPLEX IN OVINE OOCYTES AND PRE-IMPLANTATION EMBRYOS 
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220 STEROID-REGULATED mRNA EXPRESSION IN OVIDUCT EPITHELIAL CELLS IN THE MARE 
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221 RNA-Seq ANALYSIS OF INNER CELL MASS AND TROPHECTODERM CELLS OF EQUINE BLASTOCYSTS 
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222 EFFECT OF THE PRESENCE OR ABSENCE OF PERCOLL CENTRIFUGATION; PENICILLAMINE, HYPOTAURINE, AND EPINEPHRINE; AND HEPARIN ON IN VITRO PRODUCTION OF BOVINE EMBRYOS 
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223 THE EFFECT OF IN VITRO FERTILIZATION MEDIA AND THE CAPACITATION AGENT ON EPIDIDYMAL WHITE-TAILED DEER SPERMATOZOA 
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224 SILDENAFIL ACCELERATES SPERM PENETRATION OF PORCINE OOCYTES IN A CHEMICALLY DEFINED MEDIUM 
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225 DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE AND QUALITY OF PIG EMBRYOS OBTAINED FROM STANDARD IN VITRO FERTILIZATION OR INTRACYTOPLASMIC SPERM INJECTION 
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226 CRYOPRESERVED EJACULATED AND EPIDIDYMAL SPERM COLLECTED FROM THE SAME HOLSTEIN BULLS USED FOR IN VITRO FERTILIZATION 
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227 CALRETICULIN, A 60-kDa PROTEIN, PREVENTS POLYSPERMY IN ZONA PELLUCIDA-FREE PIG OCYTES 
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228 IN VITRO EMBRYO PRODUCTION AFTER EXPOSURE OF BOVINE OOCYTES TO DIFFERENT TRANSPORTATION MEDIA AND PERIODS: PRELIMINARY RESULTS 
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229 RAPID, UNTARGETED LIPID DETERMINATION IN INDIVIDUAL BOVINE OOCYTES AND PRE-IMPLANTATION EMBRYOS BY HIGH-RESOLUTION DESORPTION ELECTROSPRAY IONIZATION MASS SPECTROMETRY 
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230 EVALUATION OF APOPTOSIS IN IN VITRO-PRODUCED BOVINE EMBRYOS MATURED WITH FORSKOLIN 
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231 EFFECT OF DIFFERENT EQUINE CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN CONCENTRATIONS ON IN VITRO-PRODUCED BOVINE EMBRYOS 
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232 EFFECT OF MEIOTIC ARREST USING BUTYROLACTONE I AND ROSCOVITINE ON IN VITRO PRODUCTION OF BOVINE EMBRYOS 
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233 ASSOCIATION OF THE BOVINE 2-CELL-STAGE BLASTOMERE TRANSCRIPTOME PROFILE WITH THE INDIVIDUAL DEVELOPMENTAL POTENTIAL OF THE SISTER BLASTOMERE 
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234 PREVALENCE OF MEMBRANE-DAMAGED CELLS IN BOVINE EMBRYOS AFTER CULTURE TO THE BLASTOCYST STAGE IN DEFINED MEDIUM 
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235 PROGESTERONE AFFECTS THE MESSENGER RNA EXPRESSION OF IN VITRO-PRODUCED BOVINE EMBRYOS 
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236 KINETICS AND PATTERN OF THE FIRST CLEAVAGE OF IN VITRO-FERTILIZED EMBRYOS BY IN VIVO-MATURED OOCYTES AND X-SORTED SPERMATOZOA IN DAIRY CATTLE 
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237 CHROMOSOMAL ABNORMALITIES IN IN VITRO-PRODUCED EARLY BOVINE EMBRYOS: USE OF HOMOLOGOUS FOLLICULAR FLUID SUPPLEMENTATION IN THE OOCYTE MATURATION MEDIA 
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238 KNOCKING DOWN OF THYROID HORMONE RECEPTORS INHIBITS DEVELOPMENT OF EARLY BOVINE EMBRYOS 
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239 INFLUENCE OF BREED PREDOMINANCE ON MATURATION COMPETENCE, FERTILIZATION, AND DEVELOPMENT IN VITRO OF BOVINE OOCYTES 
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240 EFFECTS OF REPEATED SUPEROVULATION ON EMBRYO YIELDS IN SOME TURKISH NATIVE GOAT BREEDS 
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241 METHYLATION PROFILE OF XIST GENE EXON 1 IN BOVINE SPERMATOGENIC CELLS 
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242 PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF VITAMIN E TREATMENT IN HEAT-STRESSED BOS TAURUS BULLS 
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243 IMPACT OF MATERNAL LOW-DOSE ESTRADIOL-17β EXPOSURE DURING PREGNANCY ON THE REPRODUCTIVE ORGANS OF MALE PIG PROGENY 
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244 PROTEIN TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION PATTERN OF SPERM BOUND TO THE PORCINE OVIDUCT DURING THE PERIOVULATION STAGE 
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245 EFFECT OF INCUBATION IN OVIDUCTAL EPITHELIAL CELLS AND CO-CULTURE WITH OOCYTES IN THE PROTEIN TYROSINE PHOSPHORYLATION PATTERN OF BOAR SPERM 
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246 EFFECT OF NITRIC OXIDE INHIBITION (N-ω-NITRO-L-ARGININE METHYL ESTER) AND SCAVENGER (METHYLENE BLUE) ON PLASMA MEMBRANE PEROXIDATION OF EQUINE CRYOPRESERVED SPERM 
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247 COMPARISON OF THE DNA FRAGMENTATION INDEX BETWEEN CRYOPRESERVED EJACULATED SPERM AND EPIDIDYMAL SPERM IN STALLIONS 
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248 DISTRIBUTION OF OVULATION-INDUCING FACTOR IN MALE REPRODUCTIVE TISSUES OF LLAMAS 
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249 BIOPHYSICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF ALPACA SEMEN AFTER COLLECTION BY ELECTROEJACULATION 
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250 ALL REGIONS OF THE MOUSE EPIDIDYMIS ARE ABLE TO PHAGOCYTIZE IMMATURE SPERMATOGENIC CELLS 
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251 DEVELOPMENTAL AND BIOENERGY/OXIDATIVE CHARACTERIZATION OF PREPUBERTAL OVINE OOCYTES MATURED IN VITRO 
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252 EFFECT OF SUPERSTIMULATORY TREATMENT TO DONOR COWS IN OXYGEN CONSUMPTION OF MATURED OOCYTES 
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253 OXIDATIVE STRESS MAY IMPAIR OOCYTE QUALITY IN DAIRY COWS OF REPRODUCTIVE AGE WITH A REDUCED ANTRAL FOLLICLE COUNT 
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254 EFFECTS OF OXYGEN TENSION AND OOCYTE DENSITY DURING IN VITRO MATURATION ON THE LEVELS OF REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES IN BOVINE OOCYTES AND MATURATION MEDIUM 
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255 EXAMINING THE EFFECTS OF INSULIN-LIKE GROWTH FACTOR-I ON THE MATURATION AND DEVELOPMENTAL COMPETENCE OF BOVINE OOCYTES EXPOSED TO HEAT SHOCK 
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256 HOXB9 KNOCK-DOWN DURING OOCYTE MATURATION IN CATTLE 
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257 EFFECTS OF FIBROBLAST GROWTH FACTOR 8 ON CUMULUS EXPANSION AND NUCLEAR MATURATION IN BOVINE CUMULUS–OOCYTE COMPLEXES 
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258 IMPACT OF MILRINONE AND FORSKOLIN ON THE EFFICIENCY AND QUALITY OF BOVINE OOCYTE IN VITRO MATURATION 
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259 PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATIONS OF THE EFFECT OF NITRIC OXIDE ON THE EXPRESSION OF GENES INVOLVED IN THE NITRIC OXIDE/CYCLIC GUANOSINE MONOPHOSPHATE/CYCLIC ADENOSINE MONOPHOSPHATE PATHWAY DURING MEIOSIS RESUMPTION IN BOVINE OOCYTES 
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260 THE EFFECTS OF L-ARGININE ON CUMULUS CELL INTEGRITY AND MEIOTIC RESUMPTION DURING IN VITRO MATURATION OF BOVINE OOCYTES IN THE PRESENCE OF OVARIAN FOLLICLE HEMI-SECTIONS 
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261 SUPPLEMENTATION OF SHEEP OOCYTE MATURATION MEDIA WITH NITRIC OXIDE SYNTHASE INHIBITORS MODIFIES THE ZONA PELLUCIDA AND DECREASES SPERM ZONA BINDING 
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262 MEIOTIC SPINDLE CONFORMATION ASSESSMENT BY POLARIZED LIGHT MICROSCOPY IN SHEEP AND GOAT OOCYTES 
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263 DESCRIPTION OF CORTICAL GRANULE DISTRIBUTION IN OVINE MATURED OOCYTES: PRELIMINARY RESULTS 
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Erratum to: 264 EXOGENOUS LINOLENIC ACID IN OOCYTE MATURATION MEDIA PROMOTES NUCLEAR MATURATION AND PARTHENOGENETIC PREIMPLANTATION EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT IN THE GOAT 
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265 HYALURONAN SYNTHESIS ABILITY OF PORCINE CUMULUS–OOCYTE COMPLEXES DERIVED FROM SMALL FOLLICLES 
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266 COMPARISON OF OOCYTES FROM LARGE-SIZED (≥8-mm) and MEDIUM-SIZED (3- to 7-mm) FOLLICLES FOR IN VITRO EMBRYO PRODUCTION IN PIGS 
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267 EFFECT OF FOLLICULAR FLUID CONCENTRATION ON IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT OF PORCINE OOCYTES AND THE EXPRESSION OF GENES RELATED TO CUMULUS EXPANSION AND EMBRYO QUALITY 
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268 CYCLIC GUANOSINE MONOPHOSPHATE INHIBITS PHOSPHODIESTERASE 3 ACTIVITY IN PORCINE OOCYTES 
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269 RELATIVE TRANSCRIPT ABUNDANCE OF EIGHT MARKER GENES IN OOCYTES OF PREPUBERTAL AND CYCLIC GILTS 
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270 HIGH GASEOUS PRESSURE PRETREATMENT IN IN VITRO MATURATION OF CANINE OOCYTES 
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271 NUCLEAR MATURATION OF WOOD BISON (BISON BISON ATHABASCAE) CUMULUS–OOCYTE COMPLEXES 
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272 COMPARISON OF VIABILITY BETWEEN SEXED VERSUS CONVENTIONAL BEEF SEMEN AT 37°C and 5% CO2 
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273 BOVINE EMBRYO SEXING IN FIELD CONDITIONS: EFFICACY OF THE POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION METHOD AND PREGNANCY RATES IN DAIRY HERDS LOCATED IN THE SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST REGIONS OF BRAZIL 
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274 USE OF DOPPLER ULTRASOUND FOR EQUINE FETAL SEX DETERMINATION 
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275 SEX-SELECTED MULTIPARITY: A MODEL-ASSISTED REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGY FOR WILDLIFE CONSERVATION 
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276 ACTIVATION OF ROUND SPERMATID-INJECTED OOCYTES USING PHOSPHOLIPASE C ZETA IN PIGS 
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277 FERTILIZATION CAPABILITY OF BOAR SPERMATOZOA AFTER ALTERNATIVE SEMEN PRESERVATION METHODS AND INTRACYTOPLASMIC INJECTION INTO PORCINE OOCYTES 
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278 Jak/Stat3 SIGNALING PROMOTES SOMATIC CELL REPROGRAMMING BY EPIGENETIC REGULATION 
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279 INNER CELL MASS-DERIVED BOVINE CELL CULTURES MAINTAIN PLURIPOTENCY UNDER CHEMICALLY DEFINED CONDITIONS OF DUAL KINASE INHIBITION 
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280 OSTEOGENIC ACTIVITY OF IN HOUSE-PRODUCED PORCINE BMP2 ON ADIPOSE-DERIVED STEM CELLS 
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281 USE OF SMALL MOLECULES ENHANCES REPROGRAMMING SUCCESS IN BOVINE DERMAL FIBROBLASTS 
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282 PORCINE ADIPOSE-DERIVED STEM CELLS ARE INDUCED TOWARD NEUROGENIC LINEAGES BY CELL-TO-CELL INTERACTIONS BUT NOT BY SOLUBLE FACTORS RELEASED BY NEURONS ISOLATED FROM ADULT AND FETAL BRAIN 
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283 GENERATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF BOVINE INDUCED PLURIPOTENT STEM CELLS 
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284 CHARACTERIZATION OF GOAT MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS DERIVED FROM BONE MARROW AND ADIPOSE TISSUE 
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285 GENERATION OF CANINE INDUCED PLURIPOTENT STEM CELLS FROM CANINE FETAL FIBROBLAST AND ADULT FIBROBLAST OF CLONED DOG 
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286 EXPRESSION OF PLURIPOTENT STEM CELL MARKERS IN DOMESTIC CAT SPERMATOGONIAL CELLS 
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287 PORCINE ADIPOSE-DERIVED STEM CELLS IN CO-CULTURE FUSE ACTIVELY WITH MOUSE MYOTUBES AND EXPRESS MYOGENIC MARKERS 
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288 DEVELOPMENT OF AN EXPERIMENTAL MODEL FOR ANOSMIA FOR CELL THERAPY PURPOSES 
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289 STEM CELL CULTURE AND DIFFERENTIATION IN MICROFLUIDIC DEVICES 
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pp. 292-292
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290 EFFECT OF EXOGENOUS Oct4 PROTEIN ON DIRECT CONVERSION OF HUMAN FIBROBLASTS INTO NEURAL STEM CELLS 
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291 THE USE OF THE DYNAMIC IMPACT APPROACH AND DESORPTION ELECTROSPRAY IONIZATION–MASS SPECTROSCOPY TO ANALYZE ADIPOGENESIS IN PORCINE ADIPOSE-DERIVED STEM CELLS 
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292 COMPARISON OF DIFFERENTIAL PLATING METHODS TO OBTAIN ENRICHED POPULATIONS OF BOVINE SPERMATOGONIAL STEM CELLS 
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293 EFFECT OF MEDIUM TYPE FOR CULTURE OF ADIPOSE-DERIVED MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS ON PRE-IMPLANTATION DEVELOPMENT OF CLONED EMBRYOS 
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294 NAÏVE STATE-LIKE PLURIPOTENT STEM CELL LINES DERIVED FROM PORCINE EMBRYONIC FIBROBLASTS 
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295 EQUINE AMNION-DERIVED MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS: POSSIBLE IMPLICATION IN ENDOMETRIAL REGENERATION 
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296 IN VITRO DIFFERENTIATION OF PORCINE BONE MARROW-DERIVED MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS INTO HEPATOCYTE-LIKE CELLS 
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297 PRODUCTION OF CHIMERIC PORCINE FETUSES BY AGGREGATION METHOD USING PARTHENOGENETIC EMBRYOS 
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298 STIMULATION OF ENDOGENOUS OCT4 IN BOVINE FETAL FIBROBLASTS WITH SYNTHETIC mRNA TRANSFECTION 
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299 A FEATURE OF SELF-RENEWAL PORCINE EMBRYONIC STEM CELL-LIKE CELL LINES ESTABLISHED BY INHIBITORS 
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300 DEVELOPMENTAL STAGE OF BOVINE BLASTOCYSTS AND THE ADDITION OF LEUKEMIA INHIBITORY FACTOR (LIF) AND BASIC FIBROBLAST GROWTH FACTOR (bFGF) DURING CULTURE IN THE ESTABLISHMENT OF EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS-LIKE COLONIES 
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301 THE VOMERONASAL ORGAN AS A NEW SOURCE OF STEM CELLS FOR CELL THERAPY 
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302 IDENTIFICATION OF 3i TARGET MOLECULES AND THEIR INVOLVEMENT IN PORCINE PLURIPOTENCY NETWORKS 
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303 THE MODIFIED CULTURE SYSTEM OF PORCINE IN VITRO PRODUCTION IMPROVES COLONIZATION OF PUTATIVE EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS 
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304 THE DEVELOPMENTAL TOXICITY EVALUATION OF 5-FLUOROURACIL AND INDOMETHACIN IN HUMAN EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS 
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pp. 299-299
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305 TRANSPOSON-MEDIATED REPROGRAMMING OF LIVESTOCK SOMATIC CELLS TO INDUCED PLURIPOTENT STEM CELLS 
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T. R. Talluri , D. Hermann , B. Barg-Kues , K. Debowski , R. Behr , Z. Ivics , V. J. Hall , M. A. Rasmussen , P. Hyttel , H. Niemann and W. A. Kues blank image
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306 ANTITUMOR EFFECT OF ENDOMETRIAL CANCER MASS WAS INDUCED BY THERAPEUTIC STEM CELLS FUSED CYTOSINE DEAMINASE AND INTERFERON-BETA IN A NUDE MOUSE MODEL 
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307 REPROGRAMMING OF PIG SOMATIC CELLS TO PLURIPOTENCY WITH SLEEPING BEAUTY TRANSPOSON VECTORS CONTAINING THE PORCINE TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR SEQUENCES 
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308 Tet1 PLAYS IMPORTANT ROLES IN MAINTAINING CHARACTERIZATIONS OF PORCINE INDUCED PLURIPOTENT STEM CELLS 
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309 PROTEOMIC ANALYSIS OF THE BLASTOCOEL FLUID AND REMAINING CELLS OF BOVINE BLASTOCYSTS 
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310 DOES PROGESTERONE OR EQUINE CHORIONIC GONADOTROPIN IMPROVE THE SUPEROVULATORY RESPONSE AND EMBRYO QUALITY IN WOOD BISON DURING THE ANOVULATORY SEASON? 
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311 SUPEROVULATION OF NORTH AMERICAN BISON WITH TWO INJECTIONS OF FOLLICLE-STIMULATING HORMONE 
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312 INFLUENCE OF LARGE NONOVULATED FOLLICLES ON ESTROUS INDUCTION AFTER EMBRYO COLLECTION IN SUPEROVULATED JAPANESE BLACK COWS 
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313 EFFECT OF DURATION OF THE GROWING PHASE OF OVULATORY FOLLICLES IN SUPERSTIMULATED HEIFERS ON OOCYTE COMPETENCE AFTER IN VITRO FERTILIZATION 
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314 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SERUM ANTI-MULLERIAN HORMONE (AMH), OVARIAN RESERVE, AND EMBRYO PRODUCTION IN SUPEROVULATED HOLSTEIN COWS 
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315 RETURN TO ESTRUS AND OVULATION FOLLOWING ADMINISTRATION OF PROSTAGLANDIN IN SUPEROVULATED BEEF COWS 
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316 EVALUATION OF A HORMONAL PROTOCOL FOR LAPAROSCOPIC OVUM PICK-UP IN PREPUBERTAL EWES 
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317 EFFECT OF TIME OF ONSET OF FOLLICLE-STIMULATING HORMONE TREATMENT ON SUPEROVULATORY RESPONSE AND EMBRYO YIELD OF SANTA INES EWES DURING BREEDING SEASON 
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M. E. F. Oliveira , C. C. D’Amato , C. S. Oliveira , F. F. P. C. Barros , A. P. Perini , M. R. Lima , P. P. M. Teixeira , M. A. R. Feliciano , L. G. Oliveira , S. D. Bicudo , J. F. Fonseca and W. R. R. Vicente blank image
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318 EFFECT OF BREED AND FOLLICULAR STATUS ON RESPONSE TO SUPEROVULATION IN SOUTH AFRICAN GOATS 
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319 REDUCED SUPEROVULATION EFFICIENCY BY HIGH-DOSE TREATMENT OF DEHYDROEPIANDROSTERONE IN MICE 
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320 INFLUENCE OF PROGESTERONE AND MOMENT OF ESTRADIOL BENZOATE INJECTION ON MULTIPLE-OVULATION EMBRYO TRANSFER RESULTS 
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321 PRECISION GENETIC ENGINEERING OF THE PIG GENOME AND SKIN TRANSPLANTATION WITHIN A SYNGENIC CLONE COHORT CARRYING DIFFERENT VITAL REPORTER TRANSPOSONS 
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322 POTENTIAL OF PRIMARY PORCINE KIDNEY CELLS FOR THE GENERATION OF TRANSGENIC PIGS VIA SOMATIC CELL NUCLEAR TRANSFER 
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323 PRODUCTION OF Mx2-TRANSGENIC PIGS FOR INFLUENZA STUDY 
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324 PRODUCTION OF GENETICALLY MODIFIED PIGS BY ARTIFICIAL REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGIES USING FROZEN EPIDIDYMAL SPERM 
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K. Honda , Y. Takeuchi , T. Matsuda , T. Kanai , M. Kuramoto , M. Maehara , H. Matsunari , K. Nakano , K. Umeyama , M. Watanabe , H. Nakauchi and H. Nagashima blank image
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325 PRODUCTION OF GAL KNOCKOUT/hA20 TRANSGENIC PIGS WITH IMPROVED XENOPROTECTIVE PROPERTIES 
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326 GENERATION OF A DOUBLE-TRANSGENIC PIG WITH PANCREAS-SPECIFIC GREEN AND LIVER-SPECIFIC RED FLUORESCENCE 
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327 PRODUCTION OF TRIPLE TRANSGENIC hHO-1/GGTA-1–/–/hCD55 TRANSGENIC PIGS USING SLEEPING BEAUTY TRANSPOSITION AND ZINC-FINGER NUCLEASES 
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328 VERSATILE TRANSCRIPTION ACTIVATOR-LIKE EFFECTOR NUCLEASE (TALEN)-MEDIATED ENGINEERING OF OSSABAW MINIATURE SWINE 
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329 FLOW CYTOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF SPERMATOZOA FROM REPORTER TRANSGENIC BOARS DERIVED BY PRECISION GENETIC ENGINEERING 
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330 TRICHOSTATIN A IMPROVES THE IN VITRO DEVELOPMENT OF CLONED BOVINE EMBRYOS RECONSTRUCTED WITH TRANSGENIC DONOR CELLS 
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331 OPTIMIZATION OF BRANCHED 25 kDa POLYETHYLENIMINE FOR EFFICIENT GENE DELIVERY IN BOVINE FETAL FIBROBLASTS 
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332 COMBINATION OF ZINC FINGER NUCLEASES AND MODIFIED BACTERIAL ARTIFICIAL CHROMOSOMES REVEALS TREMENDOUS RATES OF HOMOLOGOUS RECOMBINATION 
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333 ESTABLISHMENT OF NOVEL METHOD FOR REPEATED CONSTRUCTION OF ENGINEERED ZINC FINGER NUCLEASE 
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334 ADENOVIRAL VECTOR-MEDIATED EXPRESSION OF RECOMBINANT HUMAN GLUCOCEREBROSIDASE IN THE MAMMARY GLAND OF RATS 
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335 GENETIC ENGINEERING OF GOATS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF A BIOSIMILAR ANTIBODY IN MILK 
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336 QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF TETRACYCLINE-INDUCIBLE EXPRESSION OF THE GREEN FLUORESCENT PROTEIN GENE IN TRANSGENIC CHICKENS 
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337 NONMEIOTIC INTROGRESSION OF QUANTITATIVE TRAIT NUCLEOTIDES AND CORRECTION OF CONGENITAL MUTATIONS IN LIVESTOCK WITH TRANSCRIPTION ACTIVATOR-LIKE EFFECTOR NUCLEASES  
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VIRAL AND NONVIRAL VECTORS 
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UPDATE ON 'MOLECULAR SCISSORS' FOR TRANSGENIC FARM ANIMAL PRODUCTION 
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GENE INACTIVATION AND NONMEIOTIC ALLELE INTROGRESSION IN LIVESTOCK SPECIES USING TALENS 
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INSULATORS AND CHROMOSOME-TYPE VECTORS FOR GENE TRANSFER 
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THE QUEST FOR PORCINE PLURIPOTENT STEM CELLS 
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TRANSGENIC ANIMALS IN AGRICULTURE 
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MULTI-TRANSGENIC PIGS FOR XENOTRANSPLANTATION 
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DISEASE RESISTANCE AND OTHER APPLICATIONS OF TRANSGENESIS IN THE CHICKEN 
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GENETICALLY ENGINEERED PIG MODELS FOR TRANSLATIONAL DIABETES RESEARCH 
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GENETIC DESIGN OF PIGS AS EXPERIMENTAL MODELS IN THE COMBAT BETWEEN CHRONIC DISEASES AND HEALTHY AGING 
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PORCINE MODELS FOR HUMAN CANCER 
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GUIDELINES FOR THE REGULATION OF GENETICALLY ENGINEERED ANIMALS 
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WHY DO WE NEED TRANSGENIC ANIMALS? 
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