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Transplantation of bisected cattle embryos


Medycyna Weterynaryjna 44(7): 412-414
Transplantation of bisected cattle embryos
Late cattle blastocysts were bisected through zona pellucida and the obtained ,,naked'' halves were transfered to synchronized recipients. Twenty nine recipients received one half each and 7 calves were born, one pair of monozygotic twins included. The second group of 29 recipients received two halves each and 8 pregnancies were obtained, 4 of which resulted in twins. The control group of 72 recipients received one intact embryo each and 26 calves were born.

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