Researchers took a step toward improving assisted reproduction by successfully maturing oocytes in a lab.
Photo by Courtesy Ghylène Goudet, PhD
Researchers found size and metabolic marker differences in half-siblings gestated in mares of different sizes.
Photo by Courtesy Pauline Peugnet, PhD
- Researchers Mature Equine Oocytes in Laboratory
- Four Foals Produced using Genotyped, Cryopreserved Embryos
- Surrogate Mares' Impact on Embryo Transfer Foals Evaluated
- Post-Thaw Semen Quality Tested
- Study: Antibiotics in Extenders can Prevent CEM Transmission
- Breeding Dummy Design
- Could ICSI Donor Mares Serve as their Own Embryo Recipients?
- Australia's Rules Banning AI in Thoroughbreds Upheld
- Keeping Stallions' Genital Microflora in Check
- Colt Born at New Bolton Center with World Watching
- 10 Steps for Successful Artificial Insemination for Horses
- Embryo Transfer for Horses
- Artificial Insemination For Horses
- Breeding With Chilled and Frozen Semen
- Semen Analysis
- 'Cheap 'n' Easy' Method for Evaluating Stallion Sperm Described (AAEP 2012)
- Restraint Techniques for Breeding
- Stallion Semen Tests: Which to Use and What Do They Mean?
- Scamper Clone Offered for Commercial Breeding
- Equine Semen Extenders: Effect on Bacterial Growth and Sperm Viability
Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
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