Luteal Insufficiency in the Mare

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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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