ICB Research in January Journal of Dairy Science     |      1.16.2015

Recent research conducted in collaboration between the Department of Dairy Science, University of Wisconsin, Madison and the International Center for Biotechnology, MOFA Global, Mount Horeb, Wisconsin was selected as a featured article in the Journal of Dairy Science, January 2015. The study investigated the relationship between circulating
anti-mullerian hormone (AMH) and the superovulatory response of high-producing dairy cows. Investigators concluded that circulating AMH was highly associated with the superovulatory response and embryo production potential of an individual cow.
The repeatability and utility of MOFA Global’s AMH assay, available as test kit or service, make it a valuable and practical tool for improving the efficiency of  embryo transfer programs in dairy herds.

AMH test kits and services are based on a highly sensitive immunoassay ELISA test which specifically determines the level of AMH present in blood serum or plasma.

Review the complete study in the Journal of Dairy Science.

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