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Buffalo estrus serum as a protein substitute for in-vitro production of buffalo embryos


Buffalo estrus serum as a protein substitute for in-vitro production of buffalo embryos



Indian Veterinary Journal 76(3): 193-195



ISSN/ISBN: 0019-6479

Oocytes were matured in 3 media: (1) TCM 199 + 0.5 micro g FSH/ml + 5 micro g LH/ml + 1 micro g oestradiol-17 beta /ml + bovine serum albumin; (2) TCM 199 + 10% buffalo oestrous serum; (3) TCM 199 + 15% buffalo oestrous serum.

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