Embryo culture and long-term consequences.

@article{Thompson2007EmbryoCA,
  title={Embryo culture and long-term consequences.},
  author={Jeremy G. Thompson and Megan S Mitchell and Karen Lee Kind},
  journal={Reproduction, fertility, and development},
  year={2007},
  volume={19 1},
  pages={43-52}
}
The development ofpre-elongation (ruminants) and preimplantation (e.g. mouse and humans) embryos ex vivo has evolved over the past four decades into a reliable technology that is used as a research tool in developmental biology, as well as other embryo technologies, for application in infertility treatment, species conservation and selective breeding. It is clear from a variety of embryo culture studies that adaptive responses by embryos during culture can lead to significant alterations in… CONTINUE READING
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