Metabolic activity,morphokinetics and embryo grade - Course ID:70 -
This coiurse explores explores the question whether there is a relationship between blastocyst metabolism and biomarkers of embryo viability and can metabolic assessment be used as a suporting tool to rank embryos for transfer or cryopreservation.
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