Researchers Reverse Temporary Immunocastration

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Stallions which do not fully recover breeding capacity after temporary castration via a vaccine that works against reproductive hormone GnRH can now be assisted through daily injections of buserelin, a GnRH agonist, said European researchers.

Equity, an anti-GnRH vaccine from Pfizer Animal Health currently marketed in Australia to control heat cycles in mares, can also be administ

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