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Medium Products for Cattle Oocytes/Embryos and Related Services

RLI developed innovative embryo medium products for bovine and equine reproduction and fertility applications, and provides embryos and related services.



Transgenic Rabbit Service

Species: Rabbit
Models:  CVD, AIDS, Diabetes
Service:  Production and breeding of transgenic rabbits
Timeline: Six months to two years.



Complete Kit for OPU-IVF Embryo Production

RLI has developed a whole package of Complete Kit for OPU-IVF Embryo Production (CK-OPU-IVF 01) 




We are dedicated to research and innovations in animal reproductive biotechnologies, focused on bovine, equine and rabbit models. These technologies include DNA microinjection, embryonic stem cells, iPS cells, cell specific differentiation, in vitro fertilization (IVF), nuclear transfer (NT, also known as "cloning"), and other related technologies.


With federal grant support from the United States Department of Agriculture and the National Institutes of Health, RLI has developed innovative embryo medium products for bovine and equine reproduction and fertility applications including Embryo Flushing Plus, Embryo Flushing Supreme, Embryo Rinse Plus, Embryo Washing and Holding, Oocyte Aspiration Plus, Oocyte Washing Prior to IVM, BSA-embryo, SAR IVM, SAR IVF, SAR IVC-W, SAR IVC, Cumulus Remover Kit. This series is designed for flushing embryos (in vivo) and collecting oocytes designated for in vitro fertilization (IVF). All products are made in the United States and have met bovine IVF and embryo culture quality control standards. Product quality is guaranteed. RLI also provides embryos and related services, such as IVF testing and PCR sexing.



animal biotechnology


Animal biotechnologies have tremendous opportunities in agricultural, biomedical and pharmaceutical applications. For example, embryonic stem cells in animals are the inevitable steps before we can apply human ES cell therapies in humans. Nuclear transfer, or so called animal cloning, help to preserve elite genetics (including transgenic founders) in both laboratory and domestic animals, such as rabbits, pigs, goats, and cattle.