Egg Screening

An in vitro technique that involves selecting those eggs which are chromosomally normal and have the best chance of producing a pregnancy. Egg screening appears to double the success of in vitro fertilisation
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Array comparative genomic hybridisation (Array CGH) is a fast, new type of genetic egg screening for use in IVF.
This study evaluated the chronic toxicity of substances commonly used in oyster hatcheries and the effect of egg screening on embryonic development of S.
The preliminary range finding tests evaluated the substances and egg screening procedure listed in Table 1.
These results indicate that chlorine, potassium permanganate, Virkon S, Antec Cleaning, and Sanitizing Agent (DSC-1000), Pyroneg, sodium thiosulfate, rainwater, bore water, algal supernatant, and egg screening have the potential to impact S.