Pregnancy Research


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Using Chickens as a Model to Reduce Obesity in Children, 2/1/2018

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Beef Cattle 
Beef cattle farming is Tennesseeís number one farm commodity - and herd reproductive health is critical. UTís Institute of Agriculture is working on research to boost cattle pregnancy rates.


 

Recent Publications

Sire contribution to pregnancy loss and pregnancy associated glycoprotein (PAG) production in Nelore cows.  Franco, G. A., R. F. G. Perese, C. F. G. Martins, S. T. Reese, J. L. M. Vasconcelos, and K. Pohler.  2018.  Journal of Animal Science.

Influence of synchronization of ovulation and pregnancy on concentrations of corticosteroid binding globulin in beef heifers.  Lockwood, S. A., H. G. Kattesh, K. Pohler, and J. Rhinehart.  2018.  Journal of Animal Science.

Pregnancy diagnosis in cattle using pregnancy associated glycoprotein concentration in circulation at day 24 gestation Reese, S. T., M. H. C. Pereira, J. L. Edwards, J. L. M. Vasconcelos, and K. Pohler.  2018.  Theriogenology, Theriogenology 106: 178-185.

Impacts of estrus expression and intensity during a fixed-time AI protocol on parameters associated with fertility and pregnancy success in beef cows.  Cooke, R. F., A. D. P. Rodrigues, R. S. Cirpriano, L. G. T. da Silva, R. L. A. Cerri, L. H. Cruppe, M. Meneghetti, K. Pohler, and J. L. M Vasconcelos.  2017.  Journal of Animal Science.

Using Pregnancy-Associated Glycoprotein (PAG) on Day 24 As Marker for Pregnancy on Beef Cattle.  Dantas, F. G., K. E. Zechiel, S. T. Reese, G. A. Franco, J. Rhinehart, and K. Pohler.  2017.  Journal of Animal Science, Southern Section Meetings, Franklin, TN.

Sire Effect on Pregnancy Associated Glycoprotein (PAG) Concentrations in Nelore Beef Cows.  Franco, G. A., C. F. G. Martins, R. F. G. Peres, J. L. M. Vasconcelos, and K. Pohler.  2017.  Journal of Animal Science, Southern Section Meetings, Franklin, TN.

Using pregnancy associated glycoproteins to understand sire effect on pregnancy loss in nelore beef cows.  Franco, G. A., R. F. G. Peres, C. F. G. Martins, J. L. M. Vasconcelos, and K. Pohler.  2017.  Animal Reproduction.

The ability to predict late embryonic mortality in cattle utilizing with ELISAs that detect pregnancy associated glycoproteins is antibody dependent.  Gatea, A. O., M. F. Smith, K. Pohler, T. Egen, M. H. C. Pereira, J. L. M. Vasconcelos, J. C. Lawrence, and J. A. Green.  2017.  Theriogenology.

Effect of size and position of the reproductive tract on concentrations of bovine pregnancy associated glycoproteins (PAGS) and the relationship with pregnancy per artificial insemination and pregnancy.  Madureira, A. M. L., G. A. Franco, T. G. Guida, J. L. Edwards, F. N. Schrick, J. L. M. Vasconcelos, R. L. A. Cerri, and K. Pohler.  2017.  Society for Study of Reproduction.

Pregnancy diagnosis in cattle: when, why and how.  Pohler, K., G. A. Franco, S. T. Reese, F. G. Dantas, and R. R. Payton.  2017.  Proceedings, Applied Reproductive Strategies in Beef Cattle.

Use of pregnancy associated glycoproteins to diagnosis pregnancy.  Reese, S. T., G. A. Franco, F. G. Dantas, R. R. Payton, and K. Pohler.  2017.  AETA.

Pregnancy Associated Glycoprotein (PAG) concentrations at day 24 gestation from heifers predicted to maintain pregnancy.  Reese, S. T., M. C. Pereira, J. L. M. Vasconcelos, and K. Pohler.  2017.  Journal of Animal Science, Southern Section Meetings, Franklin, TN.