Author(s): Gardner DK, Schoolcraft WB, Gardner DK, Schoolcraft WB, Gardner DK, Schoolcraft WB, Gardner DK, Schoolcraft WB
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Abstract The transfer of the human embryo at the blastocyst stage during an in-vitro fertilization procedure is a way of increasing implantation rates. This, in turn, means that significantly fewer embryos are required to be transferred in order to establish a successful pregnancy. The result of this is that high order multiple gestations are eliminated, while maintaining high pregnancy rates, in in-vitro fertilization.
This article was published in Curr Opin Obstet Gynecol
and referenced in Journal of Immunobiology