Effect of Three Different Extenders in Slow Freezing Protocol on Post-thaw Quality of Dog Semen *

@inproceedings{Kurien2013EffectOT,
  title={Effect of Three Different Extenders in Slow Freezing Protocol on Post-thaw Quality of Dog Semen *},
  author={M. O. Kurien and D. Katheresan and Manikandan Selvaraju and Sathyamurthy Pattabiraman},
  year={2013}
}
Forty dog semen ejaculates were diluted in three extenders at the rate of 1:3, and subjected to slow freezing in a programmable freezer. Tris and Triladyl extenders were superior and significantly different from Laiciphos-488 (p< 0.01) on postthaw values for motility, live sperm and membrane integrity in slow freezing protocol. 

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