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18 camel conceptuses were recovered by uterine lavage on days 10, 14, 18, 22, 33 and 60 after ovulation. The membranes were incubated in serum-free M199 with androstenedione or pregnenolone for 24 h. The ability of the endometrium to conjugate oestrogens was also investigated by taking endometrial...

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Skidmore, J. A.; Allen, W. R.; Heap, R. B.
Citation
Journal of Camel Practice and Research, 1997, 4, 2, pp 187-192
Abstract

An established embryo recovery technique was used as a uterine lavage in 4 cows with M. paratuberculosis and the fluids were cultured (0.25 ml) on Herrold egg yolk medium supplemented with mycobactin J and sodium pyruvate. The possibility is discussed that M. paratuberculosis could adhere to...

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Rohde, R. F.; Shulaw, W. P.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1990, 197, 11, pp 1482-1483
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Of 29 cows with endometritis treated with 1% benzydamine as a uterine lavage, in five cases in combination with penicillin, 17 recovered after one treatment and eight after two treatments.

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Quadri, E.; Bassini, F.
Citation
Acta Medica Veterinaria, 1971, 17, No.6, pp 493-498
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Uterine lavage samples were obtained from repeat breeding, sterile and easy breeding cattle. The oxidation-reduction potential and pH were measured before the sample was freeze-dried, as was the concentration of dry matter. Physiological saline soln. containing one mg. of dried uterine extract was...

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Peterson, H. P.
Publisher
Dep. Vet. Sci., Univ. Arkansas, Fayetteville.,
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1965, 26, pp 873-877
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Bovine trichomonosis (trichomoniasis)is a venereal disease caused by the flagellated protozoan, Tritrichomonas foetus. The disease is characterized...

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While few laboratories isolate and identify mycoplasmas regularly, even fewer are capable of detecting ureaplasmas because of their unusual and...

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