Published February 15, 2001
by Humana Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Don P. Wolf (Editor), Mary Zelinski-Wooten (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||305|
Cutting-edge and wide-ranging, Assisted Fertilization and Nuclear Transfer in Mammals offers clinical ARTs practitioners, research scientists, those responsible for animal care, and students not only an informative historical perspective on the development of ARTs, but also updates on several of the more dynamic clinical areas, and a highly practical understanding of their : Hardcover. Don P. Wolf and Mary Zelinski-Wooten provide a comprehensive review of the procedures and techniques used in assisted reproduction, as well as in nuclear transfer for both the treatment of human infertility and the propagation of animals. Combining the details of clinical application with the physiological facts of reproduction, the authors treat subjects such as the in vitro maturation of. Buy Assisted Fertilization and Nuclear Transfer in Mammals by Don P. Wolf at ISBN/UPC: Save an average of 50% on the marketplace. There is an extensive section on assisted fertilisation and nuclear transfer in non-human primates and the final chapter by Don Wolf, one of the editors, describes the applications of cloning and nuclear transfer that might apply to the human. .
There is an even greater need for genetically identical animals in vaccine development or tissue transplantation research, where immune system function is under study. Efficient somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT) procedures could provide a source for genetically identical nonhuman primates for biomedical by: Assisted Reproductive Technologies in Farm Animals. nuclear transfer and gene transfer. This review will summarize some of the different ART technologies (definition, history, crucial steps. There is an extensive section on assisted fertilisation and nuclear transfer in non-human primates and the final chapter by Don Wolf, one of the editors, describes the applications of cloning and nuclear transfer that might apply to the human. There is a general lack of anything novel, and the great majority of the references are at least three years old. In the subject area of Assisted Fertilization and Nuclear Transfer in Mammals, this problem is particularly significant because of the extremely rapid pace of research, in particular in nuclear by: 1.
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