Biblioteca Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale dell'Umbria e delle Marche
Sanità Pubblica Veterinaria: Numero 112, Febbraio 2019 [] ISSN 1592-1581

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Smart Poster: SERUM MICRORNAs IN BUFFALO COWS: POTENTIAL BIOMARKERS OF PREGNANCY - Micro RNA serici in femmine di bufalo: potenziali biomarker di gravidanza. [Ver. 1.0]
Tesista: Michela Capurro; Relatore: Danilo Zampini; Correlatore: Gabriella Guelfi, aoul Ciappelloni


Data suggest that there could exist a relationship between miRNAs investigated and pregnancy outcome in buffaloes.

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