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'inner cell mass'
inner cell mass
Gastrulation is a key process in embryonic development occurs in the fourth week of pregnancy and from here the embryo will have three layers of tissue from which all organs and tissues are formed.
Embryo biopsy is a step in the process of PGD which consists of removing one or two cells from the embryo without compromising its normal growth so that an assessment and a genetic study of the embryo can be...
Some assisted reproductive techniques, such as in vitro fertilisation (IVF) or ICSI, perform egg fertilisation outside the woman's body. For this reason, embryo culture is necessary up to the day in which the...
Embryo culture up to blastocyst stage
Blastocyst is the stage in which embryo implantation within the uterus occurs naturally. To reach this stage, the embryo is cultured up to day 5-6 by means of a sequential culture system.
Embryo classification according to their quality
Embryos can be classified in 4 categories –from A to D– ranging from best quality to least developed embryos. This classification is mainly visual and rather subjective, but there are also several studies to...
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