Resumption of mitosis during post-thaw culture: a key parameter in selecting the right embryos for transfer.

@article{Ziebe1998ResumptionOM,
  title={Resumption of mitosis during post-thaw culture: a key parameter in selecting the right embryos for transfer.},
  author={S\oren Ziebe and Bo Bech and Karsten Petersen and Anne Lis Mikkelsen and Anette Gabrielsen and Anders Nyboe Andersen},
  journal={Human reproduction},
  year={1998},
  volume={13 1},
  pages={178-81}
}
This retrospective study of 701 thaw cycles analysed the clinical importance of whether or not embryos resumed mitosis during 24 h of post-thaw culture. A total of 3360 frozen embryos were thawed; 1922 embryos survived the freeze-thaw procedure with at least one intact blastomere and were then cultured for 24 h before transfer. All transfers were registered into either the 'cleaved embryo group' (n = 459), which was defined as transfers where at least one of the transferred embryos cleaved… CONTINUE READING

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