assisted hatching

assisted hatching

In assisted reproduction, the separation of the blastocyst from the zona pellucida in the laboratory using artificial means (e.g., lasers or chemicals).
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It accounted for his feeling at a loose end whenever he was away from Elizabeth for as much as half an hour.
I was in the strange position of possessing but two hundred gulden, of being at a loose end, of lacking both a post, the means of subsistence, a shred of hope, and any plans for the future, yet of caring nothing for these things.
Tom, Miss," said Bob, speaking lower and looking serious, "he's as close as a iron biler, he is; but I'm a 'cutish chap, an' when I've left off carrying my pack, an' am at a loose end, I've got more brains nor I know what to do wi', an' I'm forced to busy myself wi' other folks's insides.
It was his idea that I was at a loose end, and that he would do me a good turn by offering me a clerkship in a drygoods store.
The probable need for assisted hatching appeared to be decreased mobility due to multiple deformities.
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Most fertility specialists believe that in more than 95% of IVF failures it is due to arrest of the embryos With the advancements in technology, the field of the Laser Assisted Hatching (AH) a technology which helps embryos to attach to the womb of the woman - has emerged as an art that gives best possible results.
The facility also offers egg and embryo donation, assisted hatching, sperm bank, and surrogacy options, among others.
The 31 chapters in the second volume address andrology, embryology, the set-up and equipment of an in vitro fertilization laboratory, laboratory management, ethical and legal issues, and reproductive research techniques, including semen examination and interpretation, cryopreservation, intracytoplasmic sperm injection, assisted hatching and polar body biopsy, intracytoplasmic morphologically selected sperm injection, and polarization microscopy and omics.
Embryo transfer was recorded, together with other procedures such as assisted hatching and vitrification of supernumerary embryos.
A Dutch embryologist, Jacques Cohen, published the first report on assisted hatching in human embryos (51).
Through the 'IVF Suraksha' scheme, members are assured of two IVF - ICSI, three to five frozen embryo transfers, blastocyst transfer, assisted hatching and freezing of extra embryos.
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