"Development and quality of bovine embryos produced in vitro using growth factor supplemented serum-free system"
written by Arindam Dhali, Vahida M. Anchamparuthy, Steve P. Butler, Isis K. Mullarky, Ronald E. Pearson, Frank C. Gwazdauskas,
published by Open Journal of Animal Sciences, Vol.1 No.3, 2011
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