Individually cultured bovine embryos produce extracellular vesicles that have the potential to be used as non-invasive embryo quality markers

Keerthie Dissanayake, Monika Nõmm, Freddy Lättekivi, Yosra Ressaissi, Kasun Godakumara, Arina Lavrits, Getnet Midekessa, Janeli Viil, Rikke Bæk, Malene Møller Jørgensen, Sourav Bhattacharjee, Aneta Andronowska, Andres Salumets, Ülle Jaakma, Alireza Fazeli

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    Dissanayake, K., Nõmm, M., Lättekivi, F., Ressaissi, Y., Godakumara, K., Lavrits, A., Midekessa, G., Viil, J., Bæk, R., Jørgensen, M. M., Bhattacharjee, S., Andronowska, A., Salumets, A., Jaakma, Ü., & Fazeli, A. (2020). Individually cultured bovine embryos produce extracellular vesicles that have the potential to be used as non-invasive embryo quality markers. Theriogenology, 149, 104-116. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.theriogenology.2020.03.008