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euploid

[′yü‚plȯid]
(genetics)
Having a chromosome complement that is an exact multiple of the haploid complement.
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On the basis of the array CGH results, two euploid embryos were transferred on day 6 post oocyte retrieval resulting in a singleton pregnancy.
These samples included samples from euploid males and all samples from pregnancies with monosomy X and pregnancies with trisomies21,18, and 13 (total for this study, 324).
By returning to a normal chromosome XVI number, these newly arisen euploid cells had acquired a distinctive growth advantage over their aneuploid neighbors.
Table 1: Phenotypes for various Drosophila sex-chromosome euploid and aneuploid karyotypes.
The couple then asks about the gender of the euploid embryos so that they might choose the gender they prefer.
A small portion of metaphases were euploid, including heterogeneous triploid, heterogeneous diploid, and haploid.
Cells with aneuploid concentrations of DNA are readily differentiated from euploid cells by means of a diplold control, such as human lymphocytes, or chicken or trout RBCS.
During the subsequent frozen embryo transfer cycle, patients within the study group (selection) will have NGS performed using RMANJ's proprietary assay panel and then two of the morphologically-best euploid embryos transferred.
Limited case study follow-up of discordant NIPT results via fetal karyotyping and placental cytogenetic analysis has shown that confined placental mosaicism (CPM) (16-18) and placental mosaicism (1821 ), in which differences occur in the distribution and proportion of euploid and aneuploid cells, are important biological factors that either increase the effective fetal DNA fraction to yield a false-positive fetal aneuploidy or decrease the effective DNA fraction to yield a false-negative aneuploidy.
2% in over 3,500 screened euploid embryos transferred, in more than 2,400 clinical implantations.
Levels of euploid (chromosome number) and aneuploid (chromosome number) produced in gynogenetic haploid group (G-n), gynogenetic diploid group (G-2n), normal diploid group (N-2n) and normal triploid group (N-3n) Percentage of Ploidies Observed Aneuploid Haploid Aneuploid Diploid Aneuploid Groups (<16) (16) (17-31) (32) (33-47) G-N 18.