Antigenicity and Polymorphism of the Ovarian Follicle Fluids in Cows

  • J. Matoušek


The detection of polymorphism in some fluids of the genital tract in bulls and boars (Valenta et al. 1964) convinced me that certain individual differences must also exist in the fluids of the female genital tract. One of the most accessible fluids after the slaughter of the animal is undoubtedly the ovarian follicle fluid. The results hitherto obtained by the study of this fluid are submitted in the following report.


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  • J. Matoušek
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  1. 1.Laboratory of Physiology and Genetics of AnimalsCzechoslovak Academy of SciencesLibĕchovCzechoslovak

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