Published in Blood Weekly, August 9th, 2001
The team, led by Prof. Bruno Salle and Dr. Jacqueline Lornage of the Departement de Medecine de la Reproduction at the Hopital Edouard Herriot in Lyon, reported that from six ewes there had been four pregnancies that produced three live lambs: one lamb that died shortly after birth and twins that died after a premature delivery.
Salle and Lornage told the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology annual meeting that they believed this was the first report of live births in large mammals after using...
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