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- Acuña, F., et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Small ruminant research 2015 v.132 pp. 99-102
- adults; blastocyst; blood serum; calves; cooling; cows; embryo transfer; equine chorionic gonadotropin; llamas; males; ovulation; pregnancy; progeny; ultrasonography; uterus; viability
- ... The objective of the present work was to evaluate the efficacy of maintaining llama embryos metabolically inhibited but viable at 5°C during 24h. Adult females (n=20) were used as embryo donors and were superstimulated with eCG. A total 61 embryos were non-surgically collected from 16 of the 20 llamas flushed at Day 7 after mating. Fourteen excellent hatched blastocysts were stored in sterile test ...