Single, transcervical insemination using frozen-thawed semen in the Greyhound: a case series study.

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Transcervical insemination (TCI) has generated recent interest as an assisted reproductive technique in the dog. A case series study was performed to determine if TCI using frozen-thawed semen was a viable technique to offer in a general veterinary practice setting. Over a period exceeding 28 months, 137 Greyhound bitches were presented for assisted… (More)

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@article{Pretzer2006SingleTI, title={Single, transcervical insemination using frozen-thawed semen in the Greyhound: a case series study.}, author={Scott D. Pretzer and R K Lillich and Gary C. Althouse}, journal={Theriogenology}, year={2006}, volume={65 6}, pages={1029-36} }