AAEP Convention 2005: Problems With Multiple Embryo Collection

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Embryo transfer has been well-established in the horse industry as a method of obtaining multiple offspring from a valuable donor mare. The increased usage of this technique prompted Colorado State University (CSU) researchers to examine the effects of repeated embryo flushing. Elaine Carnevale, DVM, PhD, from CSU’s Animal Reproduction and Biotechnology Laboratory, presented the study’s

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