Oviduct-Embryo Interactions in Cattle: Two-Way Traffic or a One-Way Street?1

@inproceedings{Maillo2015OviductEmbryoII,
  title={Oviduct-Embryo Interactions in Cattle: Two-Way Traffic or a One-Way Street?1},
  author={V. Maillo and P. O. Gaora and N. Forde and U. Besenfelder and V. Havl{\'i}cek and G. Burns and T. Spencer and A. Guti{\'e}rrez-Ad{\'a}n and P. Lonergan and D. Rizos},
  booktitle={Biology of reproduction},
  year={2015}
}
ABSTRACT This study examined the effect of the presence of single or multiple embryos on the transcriptome of the bovine oviduct. In experiment 1, cyclic (nonbred, n = 6) and pregnant (artificially inseminated, n = 11) heifers were slaughtered on Day 3 after estrus, and the ampulla and isthmic regions of the oviduct ipsilateral to the corpus luteum were separately flushed. Oviductal epithelial cells from the isthmus region, in which all oocytes/embryos were located, were snap-frozen for… Expand
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