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superovulate

(so͞o′pər-ō′vyə-lāt′, -ŏv′yə-)
v. superovu·lated, superovu·lating, superovu·lates
v.intr.
To produce mature ova at an accelerated rate or in a large number at one time.
v.tr.
To cause (an animal) to superovulate.

su′per·o·vu·la′tion n.
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1987; Mattoni and Ouedraogo, 2000); occurring first in the superovulated group possibly due to the intense follicular growth due to treatment with FSH (Fortune and Hansel, 1985).
Zygotes were collected 16 h post-hCG from the oviduct ampullae of superovulated females that had been mated with the same strain of males.
2001), and no information are available on the direct use of oocytes aspirated from superovulated rabbit ovarian follicles in rabbit SCNT.
This is an important finding that should be the basis of future research into the impact of the superovulated environment on birth outcomes," said Weinerman.
Recently, Lucchini and her colleagues reported 11% rate of pregnancy outcomes from their superovulated IUI cases (4).
This means that mares can't be superovulated (to produce mature ova at an accelerated rate) easily by treatment with sex hormones which, in turn, greatly limits the number of foals a mare can produce by embryo transfer per year.
Eight-week-old female ICR mice were superovulated by giving an intraperitoneal (ip) injection of 10 IU pregnant mare serum gonadotropin 62 h before collection, followed by an ip injection of 10 IU hCG 14 h before collection.
Embryo production from superovulated cattle following insemination of sexed sperm.
Female mice were superovulated with intraperitoneal injection of 5.
Above studies had shown significantly greater chromosomally abnormal embryos in the superovulated group than in the spontaneously ovulating group through conventional cytogenetics.
In order to investigate the relationship between angiogenic factors and eNOS, microvascular pericytes and endothelial cells were isolated from CL collected from superovulated ewes (n=5) nine days following the estrus cycle.
The average yield of transferable embryos is less than one per superovulated donor.