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Lüttgenau, J; Imboden, Isabel; Romer, R; Scaravaggi, Iside Naomi Ester; Neves, A P; Wellnitz, O; Bruckmaier, R M; Janett, F; Bollwein, Heiner (2018). Ovarian and uterine blood flow in cycling mares after intrauterine infusion of killed deep-frozen semen or physiologic saline. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 66:142.

Lüttgenau, J; Bollwein, H (2014). Evaluation of bovine luteal blood flow by using color Doppler Ultrasonography. Reproductive Biology, 14(1):103-109.

Hartmann, D; Honnens, A; Piechotta, M; Lüttgenau, J; Niemann, H; Rath, D; Bollwein, H (2013). Effects of a protracted induction of parturition on the incidence of retained placenta and assessment of uterine artery blood flow as a measure of placental maturation in cattle. Theriogenology, 80(3):176-184.

Bollwein, H; Lüttgenau, J; Herzog, K (2012). Bovine luteal blood flow: basic mechanism and clinical relevance. Reproduction, Fertility, and Development, 25(1):71-79.

Lüttgenau, J; Beindorff, N; Ulbrich, S E; Kastelic, J P; Bollwein, H (2011). Low plasma progesterone concentrations are accompanied by reduced luteal blood flow and increased size of the dominant follicle in dairy cows. Theriogenology, 76(1):12-22.

Lüttgenau, J; Ulbrich, S E; Beindorff, N; Honnens, A; Herzog, K; Bollwein, H (2011). Plasma progesterone concentrations in the mid-luteal phase are dependent on luteal size, but independent of luteal blood flow and gene expression in lactating dairy cows. Animal Reproduction Science, 125(1-4):20-29.

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