Use of Ketone Bodies as Energy Substrates at Different Developmental Stages and under Different Oxygen Tensions by in Vitro-produced


*This work was supported by a grant from FICYT, project PA-AGR96-01. Part of this work was presented to the European Association of Embryo Transfer meeting in 1997 (table IV) and to the International Embryo Transfer Association meeting in 1998 (table I). However, lactate/pyruvate produced higher blastocyst formation and expansion rates than ketone bodies… (More)


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