embryo transfer

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embryo transfer

1. The process in which an egg that has been fertilized in vitro is transferred into a recipient's uterus.
2. A technique used in animal breeding in which an embryo from a superovulated female animal is transferred to the uterus of a recipient female animal. In both senses also called embryo transplant.

em′bryo trans`fer

the transfer of an embryo to or from the uterus of a surrogate mother. Also called em′bryo trans`plant.

em·bry·o trans·fer

n. transferencia del embrión lograda por inseminación artificial, en la cual, se transfiere el óvulo al útero recipiente.
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The RCOG said studies have shown that in women with a good prognosis, single embryo transfer is comparable to that of DET and with a significantly lower risk of multiple pregnancy.
Of note, the rates of implantation, clinical pregnancy, overall pregnancy loss, and ongoing pregnancy did not differ between the groups, but in a post hoc analysis, the rate of second-trimester pregnancy loss was lower with frozen embryo transfer (4.
The agriculture minister said on October 2-10, 2017, DADH in co-operation with 12 States undertook a Mass Embryo Transfer programme in Indigenous Breeds under the scheme, National Gokul Mission.
Medical device company Vitrolife AB (STO:VITR) announced on Thursday the acquisition of exclusive global licensing rights in the IVF field regarding a technology that can be used for embryo transfer in connection with IVF treatments for an initial purchase price of USD5m.
Regarding limitations of cryopreservation techniques, its low efficiency and low post-thawing survival rate of embryos, less than 1% of all cycles were frozen-thawed embryo transfer at that time.
Through embryo transfer, one mare can be the genetic mother to a number of foals in one year.
The most important task of the embryo transfer is a reproduction of the descendants of prominent parents in order to select among them and breed subsequently offspring of even higher quality.
They are the result of years of experience and constant fine-tuning of our stimulation protocols, our laboratory culture conditions and our embryo transfer guidelines.
The results of the present study indicate that shear stress acting on the embryo during the ejection phase of embryo transfer is lower when the embryo is positioned in the midstream of the catheter instead of in proximity to the catheter's wall.
Fresh transfer versus frozen embryo transfer in in vitro fertilization cycles: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
This technology strongly complements our commitment to single embryo transfer at the blastocyst stage," noted Dr.