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  1. Bacterial colonization of the ovarian bursa in dogs with clinically suspected pyometra and in controls.

    Theriogenology 82(7):966 (2014) PMID 25127745

    Septic peritonitis occurs relatively commonly in dogs. Secondary septic peritonitis is usually associated with perforation of intestines or infected viscera, such as the uterus in pyometra cases. The aim of this study was to evaluate the bacterial flora in the ovarian bursae of intact bitches as a p...
  2. Damage of zona pellucida reduces the developmental potential and quality of porcine circovirus type 2-infected oocytes after parthenogenetic...

    Theriogenology 82(6):790 (2014) PMID 25062959

    The present aimed to study if porcine circovirus type 2 (PCV2), which adhered to zona pellucida (ZP), was able to enter mature porcine oocytes with intact and damaged ZP. Four groups, including uninfected ZP-intact oocytes (UOZI), uninfected ZP-damaged oocytes (UOZD), PCV2-infected ZP-intact oocytes...
  3. Effect of interval from induction of puberty to initiation of a timed AI protocol on pregnancy rate in Nellore heifers

    Theriogenology 82(5):760 (2014)

    Prepubertal Bos indicus heifers (n = 774) were submitted to an E2/P4-based timed artificial insemination (TAI) protocol at three different intervals after induction of their pubertal ovulation by insertion of an intravaginal progesterone (P4) device for 12 days. Heifers were randomly assig...
  4. Phenotyping of leukocytes and granulocyte and monocyte phagocytic activity in the peripheral blood and uterus of cows with endometritis.

    Theriogenology 82(3):403 (2014) PMID 24857644

    We aimed to determine the usefulness of these parameters in monitoring the puerperium. In total, 40 cows were included in the study: 20 had endometritis (experimental group), and 20 did not have uterine inflammation (control group). Animals were chosen on the basis of cytological and bacteriological...
  5. Estrogen stimulates expression of chicken hepatic vitellogenin II and very low-density apolipoprotein II through ER-α.

    Theriogenology 82(3):517 (2014) PMID 24938798

    We determine the relative contribution of each transduction pathway in the synthesis of VTG II and ApoVLDL II in the hepatocytes by using selective compounds that are known to specifically interact with each of the ERs and GPR30. 17β-Estradiol and propyl pyrazole triol (PPT, ER-α agonist) induced in...
  6. Use of commercial extenders and alternatives to prevent sperm agglutination for cryopreservation of brown bear semen.

    Theriogenology 82(3):469 (2014) PMID 24950618

    The objective of this study was to evaluate different bovine and canine commercial semen extenders for cryopreservation of brown bear ejaculates and the effect of semen collection directly into extender on sperm agglutination. Semen samples were obtained by electroejaculation from 13 adult males. In...
  7. Dense spermatozoa in stallion ejaculates contain lower concentrations of mRNAs encoding the sperm specific calcium channel 1, ornithine deca...

    Theriogenology 82(2):347 (2014) PMID 24857629

    Stallions are unique among livestock in that, like men, they commonly receive medical treatment for subfertility. In both species, about 15% of individuals have normal semen parameters but are subfertile, indicating a need for novel analyses of spermatozoa function. One procedure for improving ferti...
  8. The orphan nuclear receptor SF-1 is involved in the effect of PCBs, DDT, and DDE on the secretion of steroid hormones and oxytocin from bovi...

    Theriogenology 81(7):877 (2014) PMID 24576709

    The orphan receptor steroidogenic factor-1 (SF-1) is involved in the regulation of ovarian steroidogenesis in cows. It is hypothesized that estrogen-like chlorinated compounds might affect SF-1, and thus impair the function of the ovary. Bovine luteal cells from the estrous cycle (Days: 1-5, 6-10, 1...
  9. Developmental competence of IVM pig oocytes after SCNT in relation to the shrinkage pattern induced by hyperosmotic treatment.

    Theriogenology 81(7):974 (2014) PMID 24576710

    Our results demonstrated that SSP oocytes were of a higher quality than SIR oocytes, which was shown by higher intracellular glutathione and maturation promoting factor levels, lower reactive oxygen species levels, and improved embryonic development to the blastocyst stage after PA and SCNT. Copyri...
  10. Effect of xylazine, isoxsuprine, and lidocaine on Doppler sonographic uterine and umbilical blood flow measurements in cows during the last ...

    Theriogenology 81(7):993 (2014) PMID 24581585

    The maternal portion of the bovine placenta receives blood mainly from the uterine arteries (AUT) and the fetal portion from the umbilical arteries (AUM). Placental perfusion is crucial for fetal development and undergoes adaptive changes during pregnancy according to the fetal requirements. One goa...