Embryo development and establishment of pregnancy after embryo transfer in pigs: coping with limitations in the availability of viable embryos.

@article{King2002EmbryoDA,
  title={Embryo development and establishment of pregnancy after embryo transfer in pigs: coping with limitations in the availability of viable embryos.},
  author={Tim King and John R. Dobrinsky and Jie Zhu and Heather Finlayson and Wim Bosma and Linda Harkness and William A. Ritchie and Ailsa Travers and Caroline C McCorquodale and Billy Neil Day and Andr{\'a}s Dinny{\'e}s and P A De Sousa and Ian Wilmut},
  journal={Reproduction},
  year={2002},
  volume={123 4},
  pages={507-15}
}
Embryo transfer and pregnancy maintenance strategies in pigs were evaluated with reference to situations in which limited numbers of viable embryos or micromanipulated embryos are available, such as pig cloning. Development of embryos with compromised zona pellucida was compared with development of embryos with intact zona pellucida. Micromanipulation had no effect on blastocyst production rates after development in vivo or in vitro, but development in vivo improved the number of embryos… CONTINUE READING

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