AAEP Convention 2013
- December 7-11, 2013
- Nashville, TN
This technique, which a team of scientists recently found to be successful, could make ICSI more affordable.
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Although CT scan is useful for diagnosing stifle lameness, scanning horses' large body parts can be difficult.
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While vets typically toss contaminated samples, researchers now say useful information can still be garnered.
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