Embryo Technology in the Farmed European Polecat (Mustela Putorius)

@inproceedings{Lindeberg2003EmbryoTI,
  title={Embryo Technology in the Farmed European Polecat (Mustela Putorius)},
  author={Heli Lindeberg},
  year={2003}
}
The present research project started the development of assisted reproductive technology in endangered mammals in Finland. It concentrated on the endangered European mink (Mustela lutreola) which is assumed to have become extinct in Finland. The farmed European polecat (Mustela putorius) served as a model animal for the European mink. Studies on embryo technology of the farmed European polecat focused on the development of embryo recovery, cryopreservation and transfer techniques, which could… CONTINUE READING

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