Non-surgical embryo transfer in cattle.

@article{Tervit1980NonsurgicalET,
  title={Non-surgical embryo transfer in cattle.},
  author={Harry Robin Tervit and M. W. Cooper and Pamela G. Goold and G M Haszard},
  journal={Theriogenology},
  year={1980},
  volume={13 1},
  pages={
          63-71
        }
}
Embryos collected surgically from donors superovulated with PMSG and synchronized with either prostaglandin F(2)alpha or progestagen impregnated sponges were transferred non-surgically to prostaglandin or progestagen synchronized recipients. One embryo was transferred to the uterine horn ipsilateral to the corpus luteum either through a flexible catheter introduced through a steel tube and passed to the uterine tip, or through a Cassou inseminating gun passed approximately 6 cm into the horn… CONTINUE READING

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