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Effect of selenium treatment of buffaloes during late pregnancy on serum gonadotropins



Effect of selenium treatment of buffaloes during late pregnancy on serum gonadotropins



Assiut Veterinary Medical Journal 20(39): 35-40



An unspecified number of buffalo were injected twice, with an interval of 1 wk between injections, with 150 micro g selenium in the last month of gestation. Blood samples were collected from treated and untreated controls before treatment, 7 days after treatment, on the day of calving and 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 days after calving.

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