Repeat Breeder İneklerin Tedavisinde GnRH ve Gonadotropinlerin (LH, hCG, PMSG) Kullanımı

Repeat breeder sendromu (RB) sütçü ineklerde doğum-yeniden gebe kalma aralığını olumsuz yönde etkilediği için önemli bir sorundur. Bu sendromun başlıca iki nedeni, fertilizasyonun sekilenmemesi ve erken embriyonik ölümlerdir. Bu iki temel nedene yol açan ve RB sorununun ortaya çıkmasında rol oynayan birçok endokrinolojik faktör bulunmaktadır. Fizyolojik etkilerinden yola çıkılarak GnRH ve gonadotropinler RB’nin tedavisinde yaygın olarak kullanılmaktadır. Bu derlemede sütçü ineklerde RB sorununun nedenleri ile tedavisinde GnRH ve gonadotropinlerin kullanımı hakkında bilgi verilmiştir. 

The use of GnRH and Gonadotropins (LH, hCG, PMSG) in the Treatment of Repeat Breeder Cows

Because of the affecting the calving to conception interval negatively, Repeat breeder is a major problem in dairy cows. The main two reasons of Repeat breeder syndrome are early embryonic mortality and fertilization failure. There are many hormonal factors that contribute to these two underlying causes and play a role in the development of the RB problem. Because of the physiological effects, GnRH and gonadotrophins are commonly used in the treatment of RB. In this review, reasons of RB problem and the usage of GnRH and gonadotrophins in the treatment of RB problem in dairy cows are informed.

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APA Sarıbay, M , Köse, A , Yılmaz, M . (2018). Repeat Breeder İneklerin Tedavisinde GnRH ve Gonadotropinlerin (LH, hCG, PMSG) Kullanımı . Lalahan Hayvancılık Araştırma Enstitüsü Dergisi , 58 (1) , 34-41 .
MLA Sarıbay, M , Köse, A , Yılmaz, M . "Repeat Breeder İneklerin Tedavisinde GnRH ve Gonadotropinlerin (LH, hCG, PMSG) Kullanımı" . Lalahan Hayvancılık Araştırma Enstitüsü Dergisi 58 (2018 ): 34-41 <
Chicago Sarıbay, M , Köse, A , Yılmaz, M . "Repeat Breeder İneklerin Tedavisinde GnRH ve Gonadotropinlerin (LH, hCG, PMSG) Kullanımı". Lalahan Hayvancılık Araştırma Enstitüsü Dergisi 58 (2018 ): 34-41
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ISNAD Sarıbay, Mustafa Kemal , Köse, Ayşe Merve , Yılmaz, Mehmet Ali . "Repeat Breeder İneklerin Tedavisinde GnRH ve Gonadotropinlerin (LH, hCG, PMSG) Kullanımı". Lalahan Hayvancılık Araştırma Enstitüsü Dergisi 58 / 1 (Haziran 2018): 34-41 .
AMA Sarıbay M , Köse A , Yılmaz M . Repeat Breeder İneklerin Tedavisinde GnRH ve Gonadotropinlerin (LH, hCG, PMSG) Kullanımı. Lalahan Hayvancılık Araştırma Enstitüsü Dergisi. 2018; 58(1): 34-41.
Vancouver Sarıbay M , Köse A , Yılmaz M . Repeat Breeder İneklerin Tedavisinde GnRH ve Gonadotropinlerin (LH, hCG, PMSG) Kullanımı. Lalahan Hayvancılık Araştırma Enstitüsü Dergisi. 2018; 58(1): 34-41.
IEEE M. Sarıbay , A. Köse ve M. Yılmaz , "Repeat Breeder İneklerin Tedavisinde GnRH ve Gonadotropinlerin (LH, hCG, PMSG) Kullanımı", Lalahan Hayvancılık Araştırma Enstitüsü Dergisi, c. 58, sayı. 1, ss. 34-41, Haz. 2018