Our goal is to offer owners the opportunity to obtain specimens genetically identical to the donor through cloning.
Cloning is the process of transferring the nucleus of a somatic cell of the specimen of interest to the cytoplasm of a previously enucleated recipient ovule. SYNERGY CLONING seeks to preserve the genetics of its specimens by offering genetic cryopreservation and cloning services, ensuring breeders and owners extend their reproductive life.
Intracytoplasmic Injection is an assisted reproduction technique that allows for higher success rates.
Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is an in vitro fertilization technique whereby a single sperm is injected into an egg. After the fertilization of the ovule, an embryo is obtained, which is transferred to a recipient mare to continue its development.
Our commitment is to offer semen cryopreservation strategies seeking to maintain good fertility rates.
With advanced techniques, we offer a sperm freezing service to ultimately obtain high fertility rates. It allows the preservation of the genetic characteristics of a stallion indefinitely and allows them to be transmitted through generations in an indefinite period of time. For this, it is necessary to apply techniques that guarantee adequate handling to preserve the quality of the semen.
Our specialized service has trained personnel for the preparation and characterization by surface markers.
Horse owners and veterinarians are increasingly considering stem cells as an alternative treatment option for problems such as tendon and ligament injuries, where standard veterinary treatments are not effective.
Stem cell treatments in horses primarily use mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs), stem cells that differentiate into cells that form bone, tendon, fat, and cartilage.
Our cell banking service offers owners the best opportunity to ensure the future health of their animals.
We offer to preserve the stem cells of your foal, in order to position it at the level of international stud farms. Umbilical cord blood remains in the umbilical cord and placenta after birth. This normally discarded blood is a rich source of stem cells. These stem cells have important advantages over those obtained from other sources such as bone marrow or fat.