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Title: Early fetal sexing in the rhinoceros by detection of male-specific genes in maternal serum
Author(s): Stoops, M.R.; Winget, G.D.; DeChant, C.J.; Ball, R.L.; Roth, T.L.
Year published: 2018
Journal: Molecular Reproduction & Development
Volume: 85 (3)
Pages: 197-204
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Genetic sexing of animals with long gestation time benefits the management of captive populations. Here, X and Y chromosome‐specific primers, based on equine gene sequencing data, were developed and tested on captive rhinoceroses (10 males, 20 females) representing four species (Diceros...

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