Three years of routine vitrification of human zygotes: is it still fair to advocate slow-rate freezing?

@article{alHasani2007ThreeYO,
  title={Three years of routine vitrification of human zygotes: is it still fair to advocate slow-rate freezing?},
  author={Safaa al-Hasani and Batuhan Ozmen and Nikoleta G. Koutlaki and Beate Schoepper and Klaus Diedrich and Askan Schultze-Mosgau},
  journal={Reproductive biomedicine online},
  year={2007},
  volume={14 3},
  pages={
          288-93
        }
}
Cryopreservation of human oocytes and embryos is a necessary tool in assisted reproduction treatment that leads to an increased cumulative outcome while decreasing costs. Vitrification is a cryopreservation technique that leads to a glass-like solidification, with rapid cooling of cells or tissues. Nowadays vitrification is claimed to be the future of cryopreservation of human embryos due to improved survival rates and clinical outcomes. This study was conducted at a university clinic to assess… CONTINUE READING

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