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Fertility Society of India is overwhelmed and enchanted to announce the inception of the grand scientific feast “International conference on Infertility, Clinical Embryology and Endoscopy – ICE, 2019”. The most awaited event would be staged during August 2-4, 2019 at Chennai, India. With the theme upholding “Exploring the Novel Research & Techniques in Reproductive medicine”, the event is assured to bring forth the most recent technologies to tackle the various challenges encountered in the field of Assisted Reproductive Techniques.
Artificial oocyte activation improves cycles with prospects of ICSI fertilization failure: a sibling oocyte control study
Junsheng Li, Xiaoying Zheng, Ying Lian, Ming Li, Shengli Lin, Xinjie Zhuang, Lixue Chen, Ping Liu, Jie Qiao
Influence of resveratrol supplementation on IVF–embryo transfer cycle outcomes
Asako Ochiai, Keiji Kuroda, Yuko Ikemoto, Rie Ozaki, Koji Nakagawa, Shuko Nojiri, Satoru Takeda, Rikikazu Sugiyama
Intrauterine insemination: simultaneous with or 36 h after HCG? A randomized clinical trial
Odette E Rijsdijk, Astrid E Cantineau, Petra Bourdrez, Tanja P Gijsen, Ed T Gondrie, Odette Sprengers, Francis P Vrouenraets, Judith J Donners, Johannes L Evers, Luc J Smits, Janneke E den Hartog
AI made its debut into the research world of assisted reproductive technologies (ART) in the late 1990s, through the creation of an algorithm aimed at predicting the outcome of IVF. More AI technologies using different kinds of algorithms followed and were used in various ways, including sperm cell classification and oocyte and embryo selection.
A study reveals that a molecular handshake may exist between cells of the uterus and sperm that may help sperm evade attack by the female immune response.
The Royal Oldham Hospital is commissioning a new plaque to honour Jean Purdy and Sister Muriel Harris who played a pivotal role in the world's first IVF baby. This comes almost a month after Oldham councillor Zahid Chauhan called for hospital chiefs and the council to formally acknowledge Purdy's contributions.
The programme will provide embryologists with a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of embryo biopsy. As well as lectures, the course will include hands on practicals and demonstrations of cleavage stage and blastocyst biopsy. During the two days, delegates will not become competent at these techniques but will have enough hands on to go away and practice in their own laboratory setting. The workshop will also allow scientists to discuss the technology with their peers and with experts in the field. Delegates will be given copies of the powerpoint presentations.
Scientists have used embryonic stem cells to create three-dimensional early-stage human embryos that are more complex than any previous lab-generated embryo model. The researchers hope these structures or 'embryoids' will provide crucial insights into the earliest events underlying human development.
The chance of success with fertility treatment using IVF or ICSI decreases if a man is over 51, according to a new study.
The increasingly popular technique ICSI has no advantages over IVF in treating cases not related to male infertility, according to a new study.