Compaction rate of in vitro fertilized bovine embryos related to the interval from insemination to first cleavage.

@article{Soom1992CompactionRO,
  title={Compaction rate of in vitro fertilized bovine embryos related to the interval from insemination to first cleavage.},
  author={Ann van Soom and Ilse Van Vlaenderen and Ali Mahmoudzadeh and Hubert Deluyker and Aart de Kruif},
  journal={Theriogenology},
  year={1992},
  volume={38 5},
  pages={905-19}
}
A study was conducted on early cleavage divisions and timing of compaction in bovine preimplantation-stage embryos. Zygotes were produced using conventional in vitro maturation and fertilization procedures. Twenty hours post insemination, the zygotes were denuded and cultured with oviduct epithelial cells in B2 medium + 10% estrous cow serum. Starting at 24… CONTINUE READING