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Development of new artificial insemination extenders supplemented with GnRH analogues to induce ovulation and proteomic characterization of rabbit semen

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Casares Crespo, L. (2018). Development of new artificial insemination extenders supplemented with GnRH analogues to induce ovulation and proteomic characterization of rabbit semen [Tesis doctoral no publicada]. Universitat Politècnica de València. http://hdl.handle.net/10251/100854

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Title: Development of new artificial insemination extenders supplemented with GnRH analogues to induce ovulation and proteomic characterization of rabbit semen
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Director(s): Viudes De Castro, María Pilar
UPV Unit: Universitat Politècnica de València. Departamento de Ciencia Animal - Departament de Ciència Animal
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2018-03-15
Embargo end date: 2020-03-15
Abstract:
Los objetivos generales de esta tesis fueron desarrollar nuevos diluyentes de inseminación artificial (IA) suplementados con un análogo de GnRH y caracterizar el proteoma del semen de conejo. En el capítulo I, se evaluó ...[+]


The general objectives of this thesis were to develop new artificial insemination (AI) extenders supplemented with a GnRH analogue and to characterise the proteomic profile of rabbit semen. In chapter I, the inclusion of ...[+]


Els objectius generals d'aquesta tesi van ser desenvolupar nous diluents d'inseminació artificial (IA) suplementats amb un anàleg de GnRH i caracteritzar el proteoma del semen de conill. En el capítol I, es va avaluar la ...[+]
Subjects: Rabbit , Reproduction , Artificial insemination , Semen proteomics
Copyrigths: Embargado
Type: Tesis doctoral

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