blastocyst


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  • noun

Synonyms for blastocyst

the blastula of a placental mammal in which some differentiation of cells has occurred

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The percentage of blastocyst derived from BCB+, BCB-, and control oocytes were determined on day 7.
4]] The Eeva(TM) Test is the first and only Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-cleared test designed to improve the assessment of embryos that will likely grow to reach blastocyst stage.
The bovine protocol and media portfolio acquired by IVF Bioscience has been optimised and improved with results rendering often more than 50% blastocyst rates and higher quality embryos from unselected slaughterhouse oocytes, considerably higher than usually achieved blastocyst rates in bovine IVF systems.
The blastocyst is an embryonic structure present at early stages of the development of mammals, before implantation in the lining of the mother's uterus.
Embryos that were delayed in initiating blastocyst formation were more likely to have abnormalities, the authors found.
An ideal blastocyst has 46 chromosomes - 23 each from the sperm and the egg.
Most women aged [greater than or equal to] 40 years received 3 embryos/ blastocysts, while in the 2 younger age categories, 2 was the most common number transferred.
The blastocyst cell counts were analyzed by one-way ANOVA using SigmaStat software (Ver.
Typically, the strongest, healthiest embryos make it to blastocyst stage as they have survived key growth and division processes and have a better chance of implanting once transferred.
Influence of BMI on miscarriage rate after elective single blastocyst transfer.
The government yesterday posted a notice online seeking to change the definition of eligible stem cells to include "early stage human embryos, up to and including the blastocyst stage.
He also noted that there has been a paucity of guidelines on frozen embryo and blastocyst transfer.
The purpose of this study was to determine if varying the temperatures at which cryopreserved embryos are thawed affects the rate of post-thaw blastocyst development.
The defendant filed a motion to dismiss arguing that the Wrongful Death Act did not create a cause of action for the loss of a blastocyst created by IVF and not yet implanted within the IVF patient's uterus.