Uterine Inflammatory Response: A Review

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One of the biggest challenges in successful equine reproduction is uterine inflammation. Increased inflammation can destroy spermatozoa before they have a chance to fertilize the egg, and it can create a hostile environment that kills an embryo. Temporary inflammation is a natural result of placing semen in the mare, especially frozen semen, but the cause is not fully understood. Nor is it

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