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eu·ploid

 (yo͞o′ploid′)
adj.
Having a chromosome number that is an exact multiple of the haploid number for the species.
n.
An organism having a euploid chromosome number.

eu′ploi′dy n.

euploid

(ˈjuːplɔɪd)
adj
(Biology) having chromosomes present in an exact multiple of the haploid number
n
(Biology) a euploid cell or individual
[C20: from eu- + -ploid, as in haploid]
ˈeuploidy n

eu•ploid

(ˈyu plɔɪd)
adj.
1. having an exact multiple of the haploid chromosome member.
n.
2. a euploid cell or organism.
[1925–30; eu- + -ploid]
eu′ploi•dy,

n.
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Generally, euploid embryos appear to have the greatest potential for pregnancy and represent a clear predictive factor for IVF success.
Penzias and fellow committee members reviewed national data from 2013 that showed similar pregnancy rates for women aged 42 years and younger who received a single euploid blastocyst or two untested blastocysts.
In this analysis, it was assumed that euploid cases and cases with CNAs followed the same pattern regarding the differences in the fragment size distributions between fetal and maternal cell-free DNA.
FISH-based procedure for screening aneuploid embryos has a significant rate of misdiagnosis and also in vitro fertilized embryos have high level of mosaicism, therefore many of the euploid embryos are misdiagnosed with aneuploid.
Euploid embryos have a higher chance of implantation, and the resulting pregnancies have a lower chance of miscarriage.
In a case diagnosed as complete trisomy 9 by conventional cytogenetic techniques, fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) studies of metaphase and interphase blood cells and skin fibroblasts could identify the presence of euploid and trisomy 9 cells.
Of the 10 embryos subjected to array CGH, 2 failed to amplify, 2 were euploid, 4 were aneuploid and 2 had unbalanced translocations.
Only euploid cells (2n=40) with well spread chromosomes were selected and 40 metaphase per each animal were examined microscopically for analysis the frequency of SCEs.
18) All 32 aneuploid and 197 euploid calls were correct, including trisomy 21 (n = 25; sensitivity, 100% [confidence interval (CI), 86.
Supposing that all triploid eggs could complete meiosis normally and only euploid progeny could survive, viable offspring with a frequency of 3.