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Ciliary Transport, Gamete Interaction, and Effects of the Early Embryo in the Oviduct: Ex Vivo Analyses Using a New Digital Videomicroscopic System in the Cow1
Abstract Using a digital videomicroscopic analysis system in the bovine, we showed that the mechanisms of transport caused by ciliary beating are distinctly different in ampulla and isthmus of theExpand
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Follow-up examinations of bitches after conservative treatment of pyometra with the antigestagen aglepristone.
The aim of this study was to determine the therapeutic success of the medical treatment of canine pyometra with the antigestagen aglepristone and to document the recurrence rate in relation to theExpand
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Behaviour during the first stage of labour in cattle: Influence of parity and dystocia
Abstract The aim of the study was to examine typical behavioural elements in suckling cows and heifers at the first stage of labour and how these are affected by parity and dystocia. For thisExpand
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Kinetics of meiotic progression, M-phase promoting factor (MPF) and mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAP kinase) activities during in vitro maturation of porcine and bovine oocytes: species specific
The kinetics of nuclear maturation, M-phase promoting factor (MPF) and mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAP kinase) activities during in vitro maturation of porcine and bovine oocytes were examined.Expand
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Treponema Infection Associated With Genital Ulceration in Wild Baboons
The authors describe genital alterations and detailed histologic findings in baboons naturally infected with Treponema pallidum. The disease causes moderate to severe genital ulcerations in aExpand
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Clinical efficacy of a GnRH-agonist implant containing 4.7 mg deslorelin, Suprelorin, regarding suppression of reproductive function in tomcats. Sandra.Pesch@vetmed.uni-giessen.de.
The aim of the present study was to test for the efficacy of a slow release GnRH-agonist implant (4.7 mg deslorelin, Suprelorin) in the male cat. Ten toms were implanted sc in the neck. Changes inExpand
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Production, reproductive, and metabolic factors associated with chlamydial seropositivity and reproductive tract antigens in dairy herds with fertility disorders.
While chlamydial infections cause abortions in cattle, its role in other reproductive disorders is uncertain. This study identified the risk factors for chlamydial infection in herds with history ofExpand
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Treatment of queens in estrus and after estrus with a GnRH-agonist implant containing 4.7 mg deslorelin; hormonal response, duration of efficacy, and reversibility.
Although slow release GnRH-agonist implants have been shown to effectively suppress the estrous cycle in queens, there are still several remaining questions about their use: if the probability andExpand
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Gross Pathology and Endocrinology of Ovarian Cysts in Bitches
Contents A total of 73 bitches with ovarian cysts were ovariohysterectomized. Cysts were characterized by gross pathology and endocrine parameters. Therefore, oestradiol-17ß and progesteroneExpand
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The use of a slow release GnRH-agonist implant in female ferrets in season for oestrus suppression.
The jill is a long-day breeder with a constant oestrus without mating. Persistent oestrogen production results in clinical signs of hyperoestrogenism including pancytopenia and death if untreated. AsExpand
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