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Application of Advanced Reproductive Technologies for Production Transferable Embryos
Submission DeadlineJan. 10, 2020

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Lead Guest Editor
Kamel Mohammed
Artificial Insemination & Embryo Transfer Department, Animal Reproduction Research Institute, Giza, El-Haram, Egypt
Guest Editors
  • Sayed Essawy
    Artificial Insemination & Embryo Transfer Department, Animal Reproduction Research Institute, Giza, El-Haram, Egypt
  • Diya Badry
    Artificial Insemination & Embryo Transfer Department, Animal Reproduction Research Institute, Giza, El-Haram, Egypt
  • Ashraf Nabih
    Neonatal and Udder Diseases Department, Animal Reproduction Research Institute, Giza, El-Haram, Egypt
  • Mohamed Hegazy
    Animal Biology Department, Animal Reproduction Research Institute, Giza, El-Haram, Egypt
  • Maher Khalil
    Animal Breeding and Genetics, Faculty of Agriculture, Banha University, Moshtohor, Al Qalyubiyah governorate, Egypt
  • Ahmed Abdoon
    Animal Physiology Department, National Research Center, Giza, Egypt
Introduction
Multiple ovulation and embryo transfer (MOET) is one of reproductive biotechnologies revolutions that opened avenues for strengthening the genetic improvement of animal production. It is undoubtable that the induction of ovarian super-stimulation and follows outputs of transferable embryos production of high quality are widely variables among donor cows within herd even for the same schedule of hormonal treatment and breeds. Therefore, the superovulatory response fortuity is still represents challenge and obstacles facing the efficiency and profitability of ET program during practical application. It is suggested that intrinsic between animal differences result in marked animal-to-animal variations in the magnitude of the ovarian super-stimulation response and subsequently embryos production. This variability has been attributed to gonadotrophin preparation with differences activities and its protocols for treatments. More recently, AMH concentrations in the blood are used as a reliable predictive marker for selecting good donor's cows that undergoing MOET program to produce -with high probability- good numbers of transferable and freezable embryos. In this special issue I have dedicated my studies as practical sustainable ways to improve embryos production in ET program in dairy cows.
Aims and Scope:
  1. Advanced Reproductive Technologies (ART)
  2. Multiple ovulation and embryo transfer (MOET)
  3. Recombinant human follicle stimulating hormone (rhFSH)
  4. Anti-müllerian hormone (AMH)
  5. Dairy cows
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