A new step toward the artificial ovary Survival and proliferation of isolated murine follicles after autologous transplantation in a fibrin scaffold

Monday, March 31, 2014
Fibrin formulations with low concentrations of fibrinogen and thrombin can potentially be used as an artificial ovary, allowing follicle survival and development, cell proliferation, and formation of capillaries.

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Vitrification and xenografting of human ovarian tissue

Thursday, November 1, 2012
Two vitrification protocols were shown to preserve the morphology and viability of human preantral follicles. After warming and xenografting to nude mice for 1 week, these follicles were able to survive and develop.

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