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Enhance Biotech, Inc. (USA) has announced that progress is being made with its LI 316 family of products for in vitro fertilization. These products are being developed for both applications in human and animal fertility and have demonstrated potential for use in cattle artificial insemination....

Date
19 May 2004
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In order to improve biosecurity, veterinary inspections at UK pig artificial insemination (AI) stud farms will be reduced.

Date
3 November 2004
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Landmark procedure holds great promise for future of this species

Date
18 November 2008
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Bioniche Life Sciences Inc. (Canada) says its products show potential for consistently predicting the timing of ovulation in sows.

Date
8 March 2005
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Surveillance for bovine genetic diseases in Denmark identified a congenital syndrome occurring among progeny of a Holstein sire used for artificial insemination.

Date
26 September 2017
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A functional genomics technique developed for human cancer research has revealed new information for turkey breeders

Date
9 September 2004
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Dairy industry could become more sustainable and efficient, reduce methane emissions

Date
15 June 2015
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Generation of a successful protocol for IVF in the dog lays the foundation for application of gene-editing technologies and provides a means to perform gamete rescue in endangered canid species.

Date
10 December 2015
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A rare growth disorder occasionally affects the Fleckvieh breed. Young cattle barely grow or gain weight despite normal feed intake.

Date
5 May 2015
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German researchers have discovered a genetic mutation on cattle chromosome 19, which makes bulls of Fleckvieh breed effectively infertile

Date
10 January 2014