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Harvest for blastocyst injection

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  1. Resource Description
    "3 to 5 week old mice are superovulated and checked for the presence of a copulation plug. After cervical dislocation, fertilized embryos are collected by (e0.5) tearing the ampulla and releasing them into a hyaluronidase/M2 solution for dissociation, (e1.5-e2.5) flushing out via the infundibulum of the oviduct or (e3.5) flushing out of the uterus. Embryos are maintained in gassed KSOM or M16 in a water jacketed, 5% CO2 incubator at 37°C and 95% humidity."
  2. Uses
    Kopf vertical pipette puller
  3. Uses
    Cook Medical benchtop embryo incubator
  4. Uses
    Blastocyst injection
  5. Uses
    Small animal surgery
  6. Used by
    Transgenic Mouse Model Shared Resource
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