Modelling a risk classification of aneuploidy in human embryos using non-invasive morphokinetics.

  title={Modelling a risk classification of aneuploidy in human embryos using non-invasive morphokinetics.},
  author={Alison C Campbell and Simon Fishel and Natalie M. Bowman and Samantha Duffy and M. Sedler and Cristina Fontes Lindemann Hickman},
  journal={Reproductive biomedicine online},
  volume={26 5},
This study determined whether morphokinetic variables between aneuploid and euploid embryos differ as a potential aid to select euploid embryos for transfer. Following insemination, EmbryoScope time-lapse images from 98 blastocysts were collected and analysed blinded to ploidy. The morphokinetic variables were retrospectively compared with ploidy, which was determined following trophectoderm biopsy and analysis by array comparative genomic hybridization or single-nucleotide polymorphic array… CONTINUE READING
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