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Integration of immunodeficiency virus in oocytes via intracytoplasmic injection: possible but extremely unlikely
Thursday, June 7, 2012Human oocytes can be infected with HIV via ICSI when high amounts of virus are injected, but the chances that an infection will occur in a clinical setting are less than 0.00002%.
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