Follicular fluid high density lipoprotein-associated micronutrient levels are associated with embryo fragmentation during IVF

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To investigate whether follicular fluid lipid-soluble micronutrients are associated with embryo morphology parameters during IVF. Follicle fluid and oocytes were obtained prospectively from 81 women. Embryo morphology parameters were used as surrogate markers of oocyte health. HDL lipids and lipid-soluble micronutrients were analyzed by high-pressure liquid… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10815-009-9367-x

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@article{Browne2009FollicularFH, title={Follicular fluid high density lipoprotein-associated micronutrient levels are associated with embryo fragmentation during IVF}, author={Richard W. Browne and Michael S Bloom and Wendy B. Shelly and Andrew J. Ocque and Heather Gibson Huddleston and Victor Y. Fujimoto}, journal={Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics}, year={2009}, volume={26}, pages={557 - 560} }