Media composition: macromolecules and embryo growth.

@article{Meintjes2012MediaCM,
  title={Media composition: macromolecules and embryo growth.},
  author={Marius Meintjes},
  journal={Methods in molecular biology},
  year={2012},
  volume={912},
  pages={107-27}
}
Most embryo culture media are still supplemented with proteins rather than with nonprotein macromolecules or recombinant protein products. HSA is probably the most common supplement followed by globulin-enriched preparations. Serum supplementation and Co-Culture of embryos belong to the past. Defined nonprotein or recombinant protein supplements are becoming a viable alternative during gamete and embryo manipulation procedures. Biological protein supplements are still preferred for any extended… CONTINUE READING

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