Reduction in oxygen tension to 2% in extended culture: a more physiologic system may mean more blastocysts available for transfer

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Volume 109, Issue 6, Pages 1002–1003

Authors:

Scott J. Morin, M.D.

Abstract:

Reflections on "Randomized controlled trial of low (5%) versus ultralow (2%) oxygen for extended culture using bipronucleate and tripronucleate human preimplantation embryos" by Kaser et al.


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