What is Transport IVF and What are the Objectives?

What is Transport IVF and What are the Objectives?

21:46 9th December 2017 | Transport IVF

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Transport IVF was first developed and tested by Plachot et al. in France and by Feichtinger and Kemeter in Vienna.

It involves the transport of oocytes (mature ova/eggs) from a clinic to an IVF lab. Once they reach the IVF lab they can be fertilised and cultured.

The resultant embryos are then transported to the original clinic for transfer. Highly trusted incubators, known as gamete transporters, are used for the transport process...

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