Preimplantation genetic screening 2 0 An evolving and promising technique

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Authors:
David Roy Meldrum, M.D., H.…

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Clinically recognizable error rate after the transfer of comprehensive chromosomal screened euploid embryos is low

Tuesday, November 25, 2014
We discuss how the clinically recognizable error rate among embryos designated as euploid was low in ongoing gestations. Among clinical losses, where products of conception were evaluable, all errors were attributable to mosaicism.

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The practice of in vitro fertilization according to the published literature

Thursday, June 12, 2014
The “holy grail” of in vitro fertilization is identifying a single embryo that produces a healthy baby.

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The nature of aneuploidy with increasing age of the female partner a review of 15169 consecutive trophectoderm biopsies evaluated with comprehensive chromosomal screening

Thursday, February 20, 2014
The lowest aneuploidy risk is between ages 26–30, with higher prevalences inyoungerandolderwomen, and 67% involve a single chromosome,with the ratio of trisomies/monosomies approximating 1.

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The impact of next generation sequencing technology on preimplantation genetic diagnosis and screening

Monday, March 18, 2013
Emergence of new IVF techniques and massively parallel DNA sequencing provide deep comprehensive genome-wide sequence readout as an end point to screen for and diagnose chromosomal abnormalities and single-gene disorders.

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