Epididymal sperm from the African buffalo (Syncerus caffer) can be frozen successfully with AndroMed and with Triladyl but the addition of bovine seminal plasma is detrimental.

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Numerous diseases are carried and can be transmitted from the African buffalo (Syncerus caffer) to livestock. Buffaloes free of specific diseases (BFSD) are thus in demand amongst game farmers. Current BFSD derive from a small genetic pool and hence there is a special interest in bringing new genetic material into such herds. In this study epididymal sperm… (More)

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@article{Herold2004EpididymalSF, title={Epididymal sperm from the African buffalo (Syncerus caffer) can be frozen successfully with AndroMed and with Triladyl but the addition of bovine seminal plasma is detrimental.}, author={Frank Herold and J{\"o}rg E Aurich and David Gerber}, journal={Theriogenology}, year={2004}, volume={61 4}, pages={715-24} }