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Differential response of IVP, parthenogenetic and nuclear transfer derived bovine embryos upon environmental heat stress-implications for expression of autosomal and X-linked genes
Bangladesh Journal of Animal Science
Institute of Animal Science, Endenicher Allee 15, 53115, University of Bonn, Germany The present study was conducted to examine the metabolic activities and expression differences of Xlinked and autosomal genes upon exposure to heat stress using different types of bovine embryos. Embryos from in vitro fertilized (IVF), parthenogenetic (PA) and nuclear transfer (NT) were given heat treatment at morula stages at 40°C for 6 hrs. Treated embryos were studied for metabolic activities bydoi:10.3329/bjas.v42i1.15759 fatcat:l6q7gbkk2rcqnm6w765olbynau