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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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Correlation between standard blastocyst morphology, euploidy and implantation: An observational study in two centers involving 956 screened blastocysts.
Interestingly, increased cohorts did not impact embryo euploidy rates, but actually higher number of embryos ([greater than or equal to]7) were associated with the presence of a minimum of one euploid embryo available for transfer in the vast majority of patients across all age groups [23].
Similarly, the euploidy rate was not dependent on ovarian response or gonadotropin dose (Figure 3).
These results may suggest that most aneuploid Yesso scallops died before the D-larvae stage, and aneuploid individuals closest to euploidy, especially diploidy, survived longer.
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Cytogenetic results found euploidy XX in 26%, euploidy XY in 25%, and trisomy in more than 30% of cases.
(1989) suggested that while chromosome rearrangements and aberrations occurred during the tissue culture process, self-pollination would restore euploidy in some progeny lines.
The peak splitting suggests that aneuploids closest to euploidy survive longer.
A biomarker in clinical reproductive medicine may be useful to better understand and predict ovarian reserve, gamete quality, embryo viability and euploidy, as well as endometrial receptivity and pregnancy outcome, including miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy and obstetric complications, e.g.
Comparative Circos plots from 5 patient and control samples in which the number of regions significantly deviated from euploidy are illustrated in Fig.