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Embryo Transfer

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  • Information about the timing of activation of the embryonic genome in the human is of relevance not only to the therapeutic practice of in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer (IVF), but more importantly for the successful development of techniques for the preimplantation diagnosis of certain inherited genetic diseases [6].
  • As the Mta type of a mouse cannot be influenced by embryo transfer or foster nursing, we concluded that it was determined by a cytoplasmic factor (Mtf), transmitted through the egg [7].
  • These findings demonstrate the feasibility of establishing and maintaining normal pregnancy by combining surrogate embryo transfer with an exogenous steroid hormone regimen, even in the complete absence of ovarian function [8].
  • The effect of in vitro preimplantation exposure of mouse embryos to N-methyl-N-nitrosourea (MNU) on development subsequent to embryo transfer into pseudopregnant surrogate mothers has been investigated [9].
  • To determine the impact of PI3K inhibition on pregnancy outcome, embryo transfer experiments were performed [10].

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