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Recent Updates on Freezing Equine Embryos

Posted by Dr. Ed Squires on Wed, Jun 15, 2016 @ 08:45 AM

The majority of equine embryos are collected from the donor mare and transferred immediately as fresh embryos or shipped cooled to a recipient station for transfer within 24 hr. You can learn more about the basics of embryo transfer (ET) in our article, Embryo Transfer and Frequently Asked Questions. Very few equine embryos are frozen despite the numerous advantages of embryo cryopreservation. We discuss the process of freezing embryos in our article, Cryopreservation of Equine Embryos. However here is a quick review of some of the advantages of freezing embryos:

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Tags: Frozen Embryos, Embryo Transfer