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  • The presence of protease inhibitors in the media was also beneficial for the expansion of frozen-thawed cord blood units

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  • The presence of protease inhibitors in the media was also beneficial for the expansion of frozen-thawed CB units.

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  • Do not suppress, but promote the growth of isolated micro-organisms (microbes, fungi, etc.) and improve the survival rate and viability of cells (e.g., spermatozoa) and of frozen-thawed cells;

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  • However, there is no report of the birth of elephant calves following AI with frozen-thawed semen.

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  • This is the first report showing pregnancy following AI with frozen-thawed semen in the Asian elephant.

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  • One female (Sao) inseminated with frozen-thawed semen showed signs of pregnancy by increasing progestagen levels and a fetus was observed for 5 months by transrectal ultrasonography.

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  • First live rhino birth from artificial insemination with frozen-thawed semen

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  • The NICE guidelines for fertility treatment state that infertile patients aged 23-39 should receive three full cycles of IVF, where a fully funded cycle includes cryopreservation and subsequent transfer of frozen-thawed embryos.

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  • "The slow progress in improvement of pregnancy rates for frozen-thawed equine spermatozoa vs. that with bull spermatozoa," he writes, "can be attributed in part to the difference in the philosophy of breeding within the two species.

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  • "This achievement joins a fairly short list of fewer than 30 wildlife species, most of which are closely related to domestic species, in which artificial insemination with frozen-thawed semen has been successful in producing live offspring.

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