Browsing Gwyddorau Biolegol, Amgylcheddol a Gwledig / Biological, Environmental & Rural Sciences by Author "Sheldon, I. Martin"

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  • Nash, Deborah M.; Lane, Elizabeth A.; Herath, Shan; Sheldon, I. Martin (2008-02-01)
    PROBLEM: Endometritis after insemination is ubiquitous in the horse and is associated with semen and/or bacteria in the uterus. In up to 40% of horses, inflammation persists causing infertility. An endometrial explant ...
  • Nash, Deborah M.; Sheldon, I. Martin; Herath, Shan; Lane, Elizabeth A. (2010-08)
    Mating-induced endometritis (MIE) is ubiquitous in the horse after natural mating and artificial insemination with frozen/thawed semen causing the most aggressive response. The majority of mares eliminate MIE 24–48 h after ...
  • Penaluna, L.; Herath, Shan; Sheldon, I. Martin; Nash, Deborah M. (2008-11-01)
    Uterine inflammation is the most common cause of subfertility in the mare. A protocol was optimised for culturing isolated endometrial stromal and epithelial cells that may be used to measure in vitro responses to challenge. ...
  • Sheldon, I. Martin; Williams, Erin J.; Miller, Aleisha N. A.; Nash, Deborah M.; Herath, Shan (2008-04)
    Bacterial contamination of the uterine lumen is common in cattle after parturition, often leading to infection and uterine disease. Clinical disease can be diagnosed and scored by examination of the vaginal mucus, which ...

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