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Default Journal Highlight: Fertility-associated metabolites in bull seminal plasma and blood serum: 1H NMR analysis

Journal Highlight: Fertility-associated metabolites in bull seminal plasma and blood serum: 1H NMR analysis

A proof-of-principle study has been carried out to identify fertility-associated metabolites in dairy bull seminal plasma and blood serum using proton NMR spectroscopy.

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