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Pyruvate prevents peroxide-induced injury of in vitro preimplantation bovine embryos.

Bibliographic reference Morales, H ; Tilquin, P ; Rees, Jean-François ; Massip, Alban ; Dessy, Franz ; et. al. Pyruvate prevents peroxide-induced injury of in vitro preimplantation bovine embryos.. In: Molecular reproduction and development, Vol. 52, no. 2, p. 149-57 (1999)
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