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Having a chromosome number that is an exact multiple of the haploid number for the species.
An organism having a euploid chromosome number.

eu′ploi′dy n.
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(Biology) having chromosomes present in an exact multiple of the haploid number
(Biology) a euploid cell or individual
[C20: from eu- + -ploid, as in haploid]
ˈeuploidy n
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(ˈyu plɔɪd)
1. having an exact multiple of the haploid chromosome member.
2. a euploid cell or organism.
[1925–30; eu- + -ploid]

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From previous study, it is known that aneuploid embryos are more likely to be developmentally blocked on day 3 and days 5-6 than those diagnosed as euploid (16).
Multiple regression analysis showed a relationship between embryo ploidy and decision regret, with a lower number of euploid embryos associated with a greater degree of regret.
(32.) Ayras O, Eronen M, Tikkanen M, Rahkola-Soisalo P, Paavonen J, Stefanovic V Long-term neurodevelopmental outcome of children from euploid pregnancies with increased nuchal translucency in the first trimester screening.
Follicular versus luteal phase ovarian stimulation during the same menstrual cycle (DuoStim) in a reduced ovarian reserve population results in a similar euploid blastocyst formation rate: new insight in ovarian reserve exploitation.
(8) The premise with PGT-A is to identify these aneuploid embryos and increase the chances of success per embryo transfer by transferring euploid embryos.
Regarding the first trimester combined screening, although the fetal NT in triploidy does not markedly deviate from that of euploid fetuses, the biochemical markers show large deviations.
Thus, the present study investigated the predictive value of various parameters on the pregnancy outcomes achieved via the transfer of frozen euploid blastocysts.
Vitamin D levels do not affect IVF outcomes following the transfer of euploid blastocysts.
(19) assessed the best method to combine the NT and DV Doppler in the detection of major CHD in euploid fetuses and demonstrated different detection rates depending on the cut-offs of NT or DVPIV.
Clinical laboratories use different techniques to perform cfDNA analysis for fetal aneuploidies (3), including comparing single-nucleotide polymorphisms in the cfDNA to reference (usually maternal leukocyte) DNA, using oligonucleotide arrays with expanded coverage of the chromosomes of clinical interest, and whole genome sequencing, in which the sample's cfDNA is compared to a euploid reference genome.
Long-term cultivation of euploid cells from human and animal subject.