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2010-11Effect Of Supplementation Of Leukemia Inhibitory Factor On In Vitro Development Of Buffalo EmbryosEswari, S.; Rajarajan, K.; Saikumar, G.; Sharma, G. Taru; TANUVAS
2011-01Expression of messenger RNA encoding LIF receptor beta in buffalo preimplantation embryos produced in vitroEswari, S.; Saikumar, G.; Sharma, G. Taru; TANUVAS
2012-08Expression of mRNA encoding leukaemia inhibitory factor (LIF) and its receptor (LIFRβ) in buffalo preimplantation embryos produced in vitro: markers of successful embryo implantationEswari, S.; Saikumar, G.; Sharma, G. Taru; TANUVAS
2013Expression,localization and local production of vascular endothelial growth factor and its receptors in the ovarian follicle during different stages of growth and maturation in buffaloes (Bubalus bubalis)Sharma, G. Taru; Babita, V.
2013Identification of osteopontin and clusterin in buffalo semen and their relation to semen qualitySharma, G. Taru; Kumari, Manisha
2010In vitro assessment of development competency of buffalo embryonic stem cell through pluripotency assaySharma, G. Taru; Verma, Om Prakash.
2012In vitro culture and characterization of buffalo mesenchymal and embryonic stem cells for therapeutic applicationSharma, G. Taru; Gade, N. E.
2014Influence of Propylene Glycol on the Post Thaw Morphology of Buffalo Oocytes Vitrified dt different Stages in Vitro MaturationLoganathasamy, K.; Sharma, G. Taru; TANUVAS
2006-06Influence of Stages of Vitrification on Nuclear States of Buffalo Oocytes Matured In VitroLoganthasamy, K.; Sharma, G. Taru
2007-08Ovarian Follicular Dynamics: Crossbred Cattle Vs Graded BuffaloesSatheskumar, S.; Palanisamy, A.; Rangasamy, S.; Nainar, A. Mahalinga; Sharma, G. Taru
2014Post Thaw Recovery of Buffalo Oocytes Vitrified in Propylene Glycol and Trehalose supplemented with Bovine Serum AlbuminLoganathasamy, K.; Sharma, G. Taru; TANUVAS