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Virulence factors in Escherichia coli strains isolated from urinary tract infection and pyometra cases and from feces of healthy dogs.
The aim of this study was to compare the prevalence of virulence genes in 158 Escherichia coli strains isolated from 51 clinical cases of UTIs, 52 of pyometra and from 55 fecal samples from healthyExpand
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Cryopreservation effects on domestic cat epididymal versus electroejaculated spermatozoa.
Frozen-thawed epididymal spermatozoa have already been successfully used in artificial insemination in the domestic cat, proving to be a valuable resource for the reproduction of felid species, whichExpand
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Early embryonic death in mares: clinical and hormonal aspects
O presente estudo objetivou diagnosticar as causas da morte embrionaria precoce em 128 eguas. Amostras de soro foram coletadas nos dias 4, 7, 10, 13, 16, 19, 21 e 30 apos ovulacao, para dosagensExpand
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Plasma concentrations of 13,14-dihydro-15-keto prostaglandin F2-alpha (PGFM), progesterone and estradiol in pregnant and nonpregnant diestrus cross-bred bitches.
The canine corpus luteum (CL) typically sustains elevated plasma progesterone concentrations for 2 months or more, with a peak approximately 15-25 days after ovulation, followed by a slow decline.Expand
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Characteristics of seminal plasma proteins and their correlation with canine semen analysis
Abstract The objectives were to separate canine seminal plasma proteins (with SDS-PAGE) and to determine the correlation between specific proteinsExpand
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In vitro PGF2alpha production by endometrium and corpus luteum explants from pregnant and nonpregnant diestrus bitches and placental explants from pregnant bitches.
To better understand the process of slow luteal regression of the nonpregnant cycle in dogs and the acute luteolysis that occurs prepartum, the present study investigated in vitro PGF2alphaExpand
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Use of corticosteroid therapy on the modulation of uterine inflammatory response in mares after artificial insemination with frozen semen
In order to modulate uterine inflammatory response and evaluate the effect of corticosteroid therapy on fertility, 90 cycles of 45 mares were used for artificial insemination with frozen semen, usingExpand
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The objective of this study was to evaluate the efficiency of the modified Karras staining technique (KA) to analyze domestic cat sperm morphology by comparing it with the Fast Green FCF/ Rose BengalExpand
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Prognostic value of canine frozen-thawed semen parameters on in vitro sperm-oocyte interactions.
Combining the data from conventional semen analysis with oocyte penetration assays should improve the assessment of the fertilizing ability of a semen sample. Thus, the objective of the present studyExpand
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Topics in the routine assessment of newborn puppy viability.
Neonatal veterinarians still observe higher mortality rates among their patients than those observed among humans. Establishment of a neonatal assessment protocol is fundamental to the identificationExpand
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