Evidence of increased substrate availability to in vitro-derived bovine foetuses and association with accelerated conceptus growth.

@article{Bertolini2004EvidenceOI,
  title={Evidence of increased substrate availability to in vitro-derived bovine foetuses and association with accelerated conceptus growth.},
  author={Marcelo Bertolini and Alice L. Moyer and Jeffrey B Mason and Cynthia A. Batchelder and Kara A Hoffert and Luciana Relly Bertolini and Guilherme Carneiro and Shelley L. Cargill and Thomas R Famula and Christopher C. Calvert and Roberto Sainz and Gary B. Anderson},
  journal={Reproduction},
  year={2004},
  volume={128 3},
  pages={
          341-54
        }
}
Changes in placental development have been associated with foetal abnormalities after in vitro embryo manipulations. This study was designed to investigate bovine conceptus development and substrate levels in plasma and fluids in in vivo- and in vitro-produced (IVP) concepti and neonates. In vivo-produced and IVP embryos were derived by established embryo production procedures. Pregnant animals from both groups were slaughtered on days 90 or 180 of gestation, or allowed to go to term. Conceptus… CONTINUE READING

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