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Assisted reproductive technologies used in small animal veterinary practice - possibilities, obstacles and future

Nizanski, Wojciech.
Rev. bras. reprod. anim; 46(4): 435-437, out.-dez. 2022.
Artigo em Inglês | VETINDEX | ID: biblio-1415235


Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) are currently used in animals usually in three main situations: 1. As a form of treatment of subfertility and infertility in females and/or males, 2. As a method to obtain genetically valuable progeny in relatively short time in healthy fertile animals, 3. As a modern smart tool to obtain progeny in endangered animal species in programs of rescue of wild animals threatened extinction. Generally the efficiency of reproductive biotechniques in dogs and cats is lower in comparison to obtained in farm animals and in human. Independently of the aim of their use, there are some techniques, which are better developed in dogs and some others seems to be better developed in cats. It may be assumed that simple, clinical techniques are well elaborated and more frequently used in dogs while more advanced techniques are better developed in cats. The level of effectiveness of ART is conditioned by anatomical and physiological factors specific for species, general demands for their use in veterinary practice and research, and general interest of breeders and scientific community in such activity.(AU)
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