Markers of pregnancy: how early can we detect pregnancies in cattle using pregnancy-associated glycoproteins (PAGs) and microRNAs?
S.T. Reese, M.C. Pereira, J.L.M. Vasconcelos, M.F. Smith, J.A. Green, T.W. Geary, R.F.G. Peres, G.A. Perry, K.G. Pohler
Pregnancy detection has evolved over the last few decades and the importance of early pregnancy detection is critical to minimize the amount of time a cow spends not pregnant. Embryonic mortality (EM) is generally considered to be the primary factor limiting pregnancy rates in cattle and occurs early (
cattle, embryonic mortality, placenta, pregnancy.
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