Determining parental origin of embryo aneuploidy: analysis of genetic error observed in 305 embryos derived from anonymous donor oocyte IVF cycles

@inproceedings{Sills2014DeterminingPO,
  title={Determining parental origin of embryo aneuploidy: analysis of genetic error observed in 305 embryos derived from anonymous donor oocyte IVF cycles},
  author={E Scott Sills and Xiang Shu Li and Jane L Frederick and Charlotte D Khoury and Daniel A. Potter},
  booktitle={Molecular Cytogenetics},
  year={2014}
}
Since oocyte donors are typically young and believed to be a source of highly competent gametes, donor oocyte IVF is considered to be an effective treatment for diminished ovarian reserve. However, the aneuploidy rate for embryos originating from anonymously donated oocytes remains incompletely characterized. Here, comprehensive chromosomal screening results were reviewed from embryos obtained from anonymous donor-egg IVF cycles to determine both the aneuploidy rate and parental source of the… CONTINUE READING
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