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1. NOTES Characterization of Endogenous Retroviruses in Sheep

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2. DOI: 10.1051/gse:2002028 Original article History of Lipizzan horse maternal lines

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3. RESEARCH Rabbit somatic cell cloning: effects of donor cell type, histone acetylation status and chimeric embryo complementation

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4. Tissue-Specific Elevated Genomic Cytosine Methylation Levels Are Associated with an Overgrowth Phenotype of Bovine Fetuses Derived by In Vitro Techniques1

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5. Generation of Transgenic Cattle by Lentiviral Gene Transfer into Oocytes1

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6. Heteroplasmy in Bovine Fetuses Produced by Intra- and Inter-Subspecific Somatic Cell Nuclear Transfer: Neutral Segregation of Nuclear Donor Mitochondrial DNA in Various Tissues...

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7. The function of the soluble interleukin 6 (IL-6) receptor in vivo: sensitization of human soluble IL-6 receptor transgenic mice towards IL-6 and prolongation of the plasma...

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8. Secretion of Biologically Active Interferon Tau by In Vitro-Derived Bovine Trophoblastic Tissue'

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9. Interactions of insulin-like growth factor (IGF)-II and growth hormone in vivo: circulating levels of IGF-I and IGF-binding

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10. Nuclear-Cytoplasmic Interactions Affect In Utero Developmental Capacity, Phenotype, and Cellular Metabolism of Bovine Nuclear Transfer Fetuses1

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