Laura A. Favetta

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In nondomestic and endangered species, the use of domestic animal oocytes as recipients for exotic donor nuclei causes the normal pattern of cytoplasmic inheritance to be disrupted, resulting in the(More)
Molecules of mRNA are stored in the oocyte cytoplasm in order to be used during the initial phases of embryonic development. The storage takes place during oocyte growth and the extent of poly(A)(More)
The management of disorders of sexual development (DSD) in humans and domestic animals has been the subject of intense interest for decades. The association between abnormal chromosome constitutions(More)