Serratia marcescens

Sep 30, 2021

Serratia marcescens is a primary pathogen for swine semen that, according to the authors, is present in 10.3% of pig semen isolates (Althouse & Lu, 2005) or in 12.55% (Luis et al., 2013). It is also very important due to its multi-resistance. The main source of Serratias seems to be the boar...

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The science behind extenders

Sep 30, 2021

Spermax, Duragen and Vitasem have been designed to preserve semen doses with maximum safety and offer the best results in terms of prolificity, fertility and viable piglets.

The specific energy precursors included for the mitochondria improve sperm respiration and motility.
A specific...

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Recommendations for carrying out post cervical AI

Sep 30, 2021

Post cervical insemination is depositing the contents of the semen dose through the cervical region of the female reproductive system, using a simple or composite probe in the cranial portion of the cervix (1:traditional), the body of the uterus (2: post-cervical) or the beginning of the uterine...

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