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1. Psedo polar body

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Psedo polar body Details:
An oocyte extruding polar body (white arrow) possessing pseudo polar body (black arrow). Anaphase meiotic spindle visualized with polarized light microscopy.

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Zuzana Holubcova and Nadezda Janickova
Views: 2394

2. Refractile Bodies In Oocytes

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Refractile Bodies In Oocytes Details:
Refractile bodies are one of the main morphological abnormalities that can be observed in the cytoplasm of human oocytes.

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Aamir Javed
Views: 2495

3. Conjoined Oocytes

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Conjoined Oocytes Details:
A Conjoined Oocytes Within One Follicle Have Infrequently Been Practical In Human Assisted Reproduction Thus Indication For The Hypothesis That Some Of The Polyovular Follicles Recognized From Histolo

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Aamir Javed
Views: 3365

4. DNA Damage in Sperm Toroids revealed by Triton X-100 and DTT Pre-treatment before Staining.

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DNA Damage in Sperm Toroids revealed by Triton X-100 and DTT Pre-treatment before Staining. Details:
Sperm DNA compressed into toroids are exposed by acidified Triton X-100 and DTT pre-treatment (Biomed Res Int. 2015;2015:780983). DNA damage (darker color) is revealed following simple staining (Diff-

Submitted by:
Professor Philip J. Chan
Views: 3285

5. merging blastocysts

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merging blastocysts Details:
Two hatching blastocysts merging into one chimeric blastocyst

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Eva Grycova and Zuzana Holubcova
Views: 3873

6. Implanted mouse embryo showing inner cell mass and trophoblasts.

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Implanted mouse embryo showing inner cell mass and trophoblasts. Details:
Implanted mouse embryo (Arch Gynecol Obstet. 2015;291:647) showing a dark central group of cells (inner cell mass or ICM) that becomes the fetus while the surrounding trophoblasts give rise to the pla

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Professor Philip J. Chan
Views: 3234

7. An egg with cellular fragment in Zona Pellucida

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An egg with cellular fragment in Zona Pellucida Details:
An egg (outlined arrow indicates 1st polar body) with cell fragment (detached additional polar body??) embedded in Zona Pellucida (indicated by filled arrow)

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Zuzana Holubcová a Darja Němcová
Views: 3333

8. Immature oocyte with two germinal vesicles

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Immature oocyte with two germinal vesicles Details:
Left - stereomicroscope 40x, arrows indicate germinal vesicles. Right - same oocyte fixed and labelled for actin (phalloidin; cyan to white) and DNA (DAPI; maganta), confocal microscope 60x

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Zuzana Holubcová and Darja Němcová
Views: 3176

9. Simple Diff-Quik stain for chromatin integrity including DNA fragmentation.

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Simple Diff-Quik stain for chromatin integrity including DNA fragmentation. Details:
Dual use of Diff-Quik (Hema 3) for both strict morphology and chromatin integrity (Hum Reprod. 2009;24:28) can be improved (J Reprod Med. 2015;60:6) by an immediate post-stain 1-minute soak-in-water s

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Professor Philip J. Chan
Views: 3310

10. Difference between WBC and Spermatids

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Difference between WBC and Spermatids Details:
Can you tell which image shows polymorphonuclear leukocytes(PMN) and which image shows spermatids? Answer: The left column are PMN leukocytes or white blood cells (WBC). Diff-Quik stain of semen. Ma

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Professor Philip J. Chan
Views: 3082

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