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Myriads of elements affect human embryo culture in vitro. These include, but not limited to, air quality, culture media, culture temperature, incubator humidity, pH, and O2 levels. O2 tension has been thoroughly investigated and, to date, 5% O2 level is superior to 20%. Reports showed that lowering the O2 from Day 3 of embryo culture seems to be physiological.
In the way for developing and optimizing protocol to be used as non- invasive methodology used as routine testing for PGS. This protocol is to b adapted to replace the using of life embryo cells for genetic testing and aneuploidy study as well as for any type of genetic testing including single gene disorder or HLA typing or study.
Embryo culture is a cornerstone of in vitro fertilization treatments. Usually, embryos are cultured in microdrops of culture media in incubators with controlled temperature, humidity and atmosphere. However, these culture systems are static, while in vivo the initial growth of the embryo takes place in the uterine tube and they are submitted to a dynamic environment. The aim of this study is to compare the embryo development on days 2 and 3 of culture morphological features of ...
Study of Cell Free DNA Content of Human Embryo Culture Medium as a Non-Invasive Tool for Embryo Assessment in intra cytoplasmic sperm injection Treatment Cycles.
Culture media to support development of zygotes to the blastocyst stage is based on two basic philosophies: a single step medium "let-the-embryo-choose" or a sequential medium "back-to-nature". For single step media, there are two types of protocol can be used for the culture of human preimplantation embryos: 1. Interrupted single medium culture, in which the medium is renewed on the Day 3 of embryo culture 2. Uninterrupted single embryo culture, in whic...
The culturing human embryo in vitro is a process of myriad contributing elements. From these factors is the culture media pH, which is crucial for embryo development. The investigators plan to examine two different pH the culture media on the live birth rate of in vitro cultured human embryos.
The purpose of this study is to compare two culture media.
The purpose of this study is to assess whether reduced oxygen tension in embryo culture has any effect on clinical outcome.
The purpose of the study is to determine if a dynamic embryo microenvironment impacts embryo development and reproductive potential in comparison to static culture.
Clinical in vitro fertilization relies on successful embryo culture. The primary goal of embryo culture is to attempt to recapitulate the in vivo conditions as much as possible. In the past decade, the majority embryo culture has been performed at 5% oxygen due to the discovery that the oxygen tension in the fallopian tube (where the embryo is located for the first 3 days after fertilization) is 5%. However, relatively recent studies have demonstrated that the oxygen tension in...
This Clinical Study has been designed to assess and compare the impact of in vitro or in vivo culture conditions on the euploidy of sibling blastocysts.
The main purpose of the study is to evaluate the overall clinical value of GERI+ as an integrated embryo culture and assessment system, providing an undisturbed culture environment, continuous monitoring of embryo development and automated scoring using a predictive algorithm.
The purpose of this study is to collect development and outcome data on human embryos which are cultured in a 2nd generation continuous single culture medium (CSCM2) with the objective to demonstrate its performance efficacy in comparison to existing commercially available single culture or continuous embryo culture media.
The aim of this study is to demonstrate the efficacy of a single embryo transfer at blastocyst stage (Day 5) after co-culture on Autologous Endometrial Cell Culture (AECC) versus transfer of a single embryo at Day 3 after culture in conventional medium. Efficacy will be assessed in terms of clinical pregnancy rate 5 to 8 weeks after embryo transfer.
The transfer of frozen / thawed embryos has been routinely performed in the last 30 years as part of Assisted Reproduction treatment (ART). Currently, more than 50% of couples submitted to ART have surplus embryos eligible for freezing followed by transfer in subsequent cycles. Therefore the selection criteria for the thawed embryos to be transferred must be rigorous in order to maximize pregnancy and of live birth rates. Usually, the evaluation of the embryos before transfer c...
Embryo Transfer With Self-spent Culture Medium or new Culture Medium in Vitro Fertilization - Embryo Transfer Process, to analyze which way can improve clinical pregnancy outcomes, is there a significant difference between the two?
The aim of this study is to analyze whether there is difference in the effect of single embryo culture and group culture in PGD/PGS cycle, and provide reference for the feasibility of the clinical application of medium-based noninvasive PGD. This prospective study prepares for including 543 nomal fertilizated zygotes in each group over a 9-month period. For the recruited patients, all normal fertilizated zygotes were randomly allocated into two groups: cultured individually in ...
In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) is an increasingly common treatment for infertility. Clinics which offer IVF are continuously trying to improve their success rates, measured by the numbers of IVF cycles which result in the birth of a live baby. One factor which is thought to have contributed to the success of IVF is the improvements in the embryo culture media, that is, the fluid in which the embryo resides in the laboratory before being replaced into a woman's womb. This trial s...
The purpose of this study is to compare the development of human embryos grown in a conventional culture dish to those grown in a new embryo culture device known as the SMART System.
The centre for Medically-Assisted Procreation (MAP) of Dijon CHU has two high-technology embryo culture systems, with incubation characteristics that are potentially superior to those provided by classical culture systems. Indeed, these two systems, available in only two MAP centres in France, make it possible to maintain a stable temperature and gaseous environment during the in-vitro development of the embryos. It is necessary to observe the development of the embryos to det...
Protein Concentration in Human Embryo Culture Media remains assigned to the manufacturers with no clear evidence on which concentration is ideal.
The aim of this study was to evaluate if higher volume (40-45μl VS 20-25 μl) of media used for embryo transfer affects the clinical outcomes in fresh IVF cycles.Patients who fulfilled the inclusion criteria and agreed to participate in the study, were randomized, on the day of the embryo transfer, into group A: low volume (20-25 μL) and group B: high volume (40-45 μL)
The purposes of this study are: 1. To reverse hyperglycemia and insulin dependency in patients with type 1 diabetes mellitus through islet transplantation utilizing steroid free, calcineurin-inhibitor free immunosuppression. 2. To assess the long-term function of successful islet transplants in patients with type 1 diabetes mellitus utilizing islets that have undergone a period of culture. 3. To determine whether the natural history of the microvas...
Nowadays, the rapid development of human assisted reproductive technology (ART) has provided many help for couples with fertility issues. Even take baby home rate has been increased dramatically in the past several decades; both clinicians and embryologists are still struggling to improve pregnancy rates. Among all the strategies that the embryologists have tried, much work has been done to find better embryo culture conditions and embryo quality evaluation system. Currently, m...
The aim of this study is to examine the variability of culture media composition based on the ATR-FTIR (Attenuated Total Reflectance-Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy) technique on the day of embryo transfer/vitrification. In addition, the study will explore whether variations detected in the culture medium can be linked to embryo quality and the chances of achieving pregnancy.