Artificial oocyte activation with calcium ionophore does not cause a widespread increase in chromosome segregation errors in the second meiotic division of the oocyte

Tuesday, March 1, 2016
Artificial oocyte activation with calcium ionophore does not cause a widespread increase in chromosome segregation errors in the second meiotic division. However, we recommend that it is applied selectively to patients with specific indications.

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Effect of two assisted oocyte activation protocols used to overcome fertilization failure on the activation potential and calcium releasing pattern

Tuesday, March 1, 2016
The assisted oocyte activation protocol with the use of ionomycin is more efficient than the use of A23187 in both mouse and human oocytes.

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Can calcium ionophore use in patients with diminished ovarian reserve increase fertilization and pregnancy rates A randomized controlled study

Thursday, October 29, 2015
Routine usage of Calcium ionophore solution to increase fertilization rate, pregnancy rate, and ongoing pregnancy rate is not appropriate for patients who have diminished ovarian reserve.

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