Equine Semen Extenders: Effect on Bacterial Growth and Sperm Viability

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Preliminary results of a collaborative effort between researchers at Oklahoma State University and Texas A&M University were recently presented at the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians in San Diego, Calif. These researchers compared antibiotic properties of common equine semen extenders with four different strains of bacteria, including Taylorella

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