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Brief exposure to cycloheximide prior to electrical activation improves in vitro blastocyst development of porcine parthenogenetic and reconstructed embryos.
- K. Naruse, Y. Quan, B. C. Kim, Ji Hyun Lee, C. S. Park, D. I. Jin
- Biology, Medicine
- 15 September 2007
Brief exposure to cycloheximide prior to electrical activation may increase the subsequent blastocyst development rates in porcine parthenogenetic and reconstructed embryos. Expand
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