31 DEVELOPMENT AND APOPTOSIS IN BOVINE CLONED EMBRYOS RECONSTRUCTED WITH OOCYTES COLLECTED BY REPEATED OVUM PICKUP SESSIONS OR FROM SLAUGHTERED COW OVARIES

@inproceedings{Camargo201131DA,
  title={31 DEVELOPMENT AND APOPTOSIS IN BOVINE CLONED EMBRYOS RECONSTRUCTED WITH OOCYTES COLLECTED BY REPEATED OVUM PICKUP SESSIONS OR FROM SLAUGHTERED COW OVARIES},
  author={Luiz S{\'e}rgio A Camargo and Michele Munk Pereira and Carolina Capobiango Romano Quint{\~a}o and Jose Nelio Sales and Lilian Tamy Iguma and Raquel Varela Serapi{\~a}o and Jo{\~a}o Henrique Moreira Viana},
  year={2011}
}
The oocyte has important components for nuclear reprogramming and its cytoplasmic background may influence the somatic cell nuclear transfer success. The current study attempted to evaluate the competence of cytoplasm from oocytes recovered by repeated ovum pickup (OPU) in living cows (OPU group) or obtained from ovaries collected at slaughterhouse from unknown source crossbred cows (SH group) to produce nuclear-transferred bovine embryos. For the OPU group, oocytes were recovered from 4 Bos… CONTINUE READING

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