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Post Hatching Development: a Novel System for Extended in Vitro Culture of Bovine Embryos
Abstract Although acceptable rates of blastocyst formation are achieved with in vitro production of bovine embryos, several problems still compromise the subsequent development of the fetus andExpand
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Detection of bovine viral diarrhea virus in semen obtained after inoculation of seronegative postpubertal bulls.
OBJECTIVE To evaluate persistence of bovine viral diarrhea virus (BVDV) in semen after inoculation of postpubertal bulls. ANIMALS Three 2-year-old bulls and five 6-month-old calves. PROCEDURE 3Expand
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Necrotic oophoritis in heifers vaccinated intravenously with infectious bovine rhinotracheitis virus vaccine during estrus.
Twenty-two Hereford heifers were injected IM with prostaglandin F2 alpha a, 11 days apart to synchronize estrous cycles. Twelve of 14 heifers that had signs of estrus were inoculated IV with 1 of 3Expand
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Biosecurity issues associated with current and emerging embryo technologies.
A variety of procedures associated with in vivo and in vitro embryo production, as well as cloning and transgenics, are in current use by both researchers and practitioners. Biohazards associatedExpand
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Bovine viral diarrhea virus (BVDV): epidemiologic concerns relative to semen and embryos.
Artificial insemination and embryo transfer are used commonly in cattle production and exchange of germplasm between populations of cattle. If properly monitored, assisted reproductive techniques canExpand
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The effect of infectious bovine rhinotracheitis vaccine on reproductive efficiency in cattle vaccinated during estrus.
Nineteen nulliparous, sexually mature heifers free of antibody to infectious bovine rhinotracheitis (IBR) virus were given two 35 mg intramuscular injections of Lutalyse 10 days apart to synchronizeExpand
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Epidemiology of prolonged testicular infections with bovine viral diarrhea virus.
Previously, bovine viral diarrhea virus (BVDV) had been found in prolonged testicular infections following acute infection of immunocompetent bulls. The primary purpose of this research was toExpand
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Trypsin treatment of bovine embryos after in vitro exposure to infectious bovine rhinotracheitis virus or bovine herpesvirus-4.
The objectives of this study were to evaluate the efficacy of trypsin treatment for the removal/inactivation of infectious bovine rhinotracheitis virus (IBRV) adhering to zona pellucida-intact (ZP-I)Expand
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Epidemiologic concerns relative to in vivo and in vitro production of livestock embryos.
Evidence indicates low potential for transmission of pathogens with in vivo-derived embryos of cattle when appropriate precautions are taken. In apparent contrast, results of research with inExpand
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