Biomarkers of endometrial receptivity through a minimally invasive approach

Capsule:
Reflections on “Discovery of biomarkers of endometrial receptivity through a minimally invasive approach: a validation study with implications for assisted reproduction” by Chan et al.

Author:
Robert John Norman, M.D.

Volume 100, Issue 3, Pages 654-655, September 2013

Abstract:

Reflections on “Discovery of biomarkers of endometrial receptivity through a minimally invasive approach: a validation study with implications for assisted reproduction” by Chan et al.

  • Francisco Dominguez

    Nice
    discussion and comments about the non/minimally invasive techniques that would
    add more information about the receptiveness of the endometrium with
    transcriptomics and proteomics techniques. I firmly believe
    that these new technologies would provide in the near future reliable
    information to the gynecologist that should increase the implantation and
    pregnancy rates

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