Luteal Insufficiency in the Mare

Insufficient function of the corpus luteum (the structure formed after the follicle that releases the egg, or ovulates, and then produces progesterone) has been proposed as a mechanism for early embryonic loss in the mare, but until now there hasn't been much research into this potential phenomenon. In her presentation "Luteal Insufficiency in the Mare: Fact or Fiction?" at the

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