Improving assisted reproductive technology pregnancy rates Excluding aneuploid and interrogating euploid embryos

Reflections on “Mitochondrial DNA content as a viability score in human embryos: less is better” by Diez-Juan et al.

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Joe Leigh Simpson, M.D., Anver Kuliev, Ph.D., Svetlana Rechitsky, Ph.D.

Volume 104, Issue 3, Pages 557-558

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Reflections on “Mitochondrial DNA content as a viability score in human embryos: less is better” by Diez-Juan et al.

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