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 .
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.
PRAGUE -- Women with severely diminished ovarian reserve can experience dramatic improvements in ovarian function, pregnancy rates, and euploidy
rates when treated with dehydroepiandrosterone, Dr.
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
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.