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KMID : 0359320190590020081
Korean Journal of Veterinary Research
2019 Volume.59 No. 2 p.81 ~ p.88
Various macromolecules in in vitro growth medium influence growth, maturation, and parthenogenetic development of pig oocytes derived from small antral follicles
Lee Han-Na

Lee Yong-Jin
Lee Joo-Hyeong
Lee Geun-Shik
Lee Seung-Tae
Lee Eun-Song
Abstract
This study was performed to examine the effects of various macromolecules in in vitro growth (IVG) media on the growth, maturation, and parthenogenesis (PA) of pig oocytes derived from small antral follicles (SAF). Immature oocytes were cultured for two days in IVG medium supplemented with 10% (v/v) fetal bovine serum (FBS), 10% (v/v) pig follicular fluid (PFF), 0.4% (w/v) bovine serum albumin (BSA), or 0.1% (w/v) polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) and then maintained for 44 h for maturation. After IVG, the mean diameters of the SAF treated with FBS, PVA, and no IVG-MAF (113.0?114.8 μm) were significantly larger than that of no IVG-SAF (111.8 μm). The proportion of metaphase II oocytes was higher in PFF (73.6%) than in BSA (43.5%) and PVA (53.7%) but similar to that in the FBS treatment (61.5%). FBS and PFF increased cumulus expansion significantly compared to PVA and BSA while the intraoocyte glutathione content was not influenced by the macromolecules. Blastocyst formation of PA oocytes treated with FBS (51.8%), PFF (50.4%), and PVA (45.2%) was significantly higher than that of the BSA-treated oocytes (20.6%). These results show that the PFF and FBS treatments during IVG improved the growth, maturation, and embryonic development of SAF.
KEYWORD
in vitro maturation, macromolecules, oocyte growth, small antral follicles
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