Tuesday 11th May, 2021. 3PM EST/ 8PM GMT / 9PM CET
Moderators: Prof. Susana Chuva de Sousa Lopes and Prof. David Albertini
"Brave New Lab-An Introduction to the Latest Developments"
Prof. David Albertini
"Symmetry Breaking in the Human Embryo"
"In vitro Culture of Post-implantation Embryos"
and "Ex utero Mouse Embryogenesis from Pre-gastrulation to Advanced Organogenesis"
Alejandro Aguilera Castrejon
Human blastocysts have been created in a simple, efficient way from stem cells grown in a lab.
Scientists at the University of Exeter's Living Systems Institute, in collaboration with colleagues from the University of Cambridge, have developed a method to organise lab-grown stem cells into a model of a blastocyst to recreate the first stage of human embryo development.
Oocytes mature differently in older women, in a process that could contribute to a decrease in fertility, a study from scientists in Barcelona, Spain has shown.
Scientists found that the activity of genes involved in chromosome segregation increased in oocytes progressively with age, while the activity of genes involved in mitochondrial metabolism decreased. Chromosome segregation is needed for cells to divide and multiply, and for RNA processing, while mitochondrial metabolism is essential for cell survival as mitochondria generate the energy needed for all cellular processes.
Early embryonic germ cells, which fail to develop into sperm cells, may later become testicular cancer cells, a study in mice has shown.
During embryonic development, germ cells in the embryo have the ability to develop into any cell type, a state known as pluripotency. However, these cells should develop into either sperm cells or egg cells during sex determination. Researchers at the Baylor Institute of Medicine, Houston, Texas have demonstrated that errors in this process can lead to pluripotency carrying on into puberty, allowing some of these cells to become cancerous.
Breast cancer susceptibility genes (BRCA1 and BRCA2) influence the length of some women's fertile period, according to a global meta-analysis.
There have been conflicting results from studies of how BRCA mutations influence anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) levels, which is used as an indicator of egg reserves. While some have found that the BRCA1 mutation lower AMH levels, others have failed to reproduce this. Now, an international group of scientists including some from Yale School of Medicine, Connecticut, report that BRCA1 but not BRCA2 mutations reduce AMH levels.
Why is it important for men to undergo check-ups of their semen? Because nowadays 1 in 6 couples have fertility issues. And more than 4.000 IVF clinics worldwide agree on the fact that male infertility constitutes up to 50% of the infertility cases.
Microptic, a leading company in the field of semen analysis, has developed a new product in the current context in which sperm analysis is a more common lab test with an increasing demand: SCA SCOPE, the first totally automated lab equipment for human semen assessment.
The SCA SCOPE is an all-in-one device, linking up software with hardware of the best quality, that allows to work in optimal conditions. This equipment is smart and multi-patient, and it can be connected to a Laboratory Information System to improve traceability. In addition, the system is easy to use and capable of performing a spermiocytogram in less than 4 minutes.
For more information on SCA SCOPE, visit: www.scascope.com
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Tuesday 4th May, 2021. 3PM EST/ 8PM GMT / 9PM CET
Dr. Peter Nagy & Dr. Dean Morbeck
"The ART of the Ovum Pick Up: Eggs Over Easy”
Dr. Brad Van Voorhis & Dr. Amy Sparks
Sponsored by Cook Medical
“How to Make your Patient's Day; Getting the Embryo Transfer Just Right”
Dr. Daniel B. Shapiro & Dr. Peter Nagy
Sponsored by Cook Medical
”Overview of the ASRM Embryo Transfer Simulator Program and Findings from the ASRM Embryo Transfer Certificate Course”
Dr. Richard H. Reindollar & Keith A. Ray
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