Uniparental disomy in the human blastocyst is exceedingly rare

Tuesday, December 31, 2013
The exceedingly low prevalence of uniparental disomy (UPD) indicates that routine preimplantation screening may not be necessary and that UPD is not a reasonable explanation to support hypothesized embryonic self-correction.

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Comprehensive chromosome screening is highly predictive of the reproductive potential of human embryos: a prospective, blinded, nonselection study

Thursday, May 10, 2012
This prospective, blinded, nonselection study is the first to determine the negative and positive predictive values of aneuploidy screening for clinical outcome. Results demonstrate that this CCS method can be safely used to discard embryos because they rarely possess significant reproductive potential.

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