Selection for faster development does not bias sex ratios resulting from blastocyst embryo transfer.

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Concerns of possible male biased sex ratios with IVF exist due to reports of faster preimplantation development for male relative to female embryos in a variety of mammals, including humans. This study reports the first direct test of the hypothesis that selection for faster preimplantation development to the blastocyst stage increases the likelihood of a… (More)

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