Even a small increase in temperature during sperm production can amplify DNA damage, new research suggests.
A new study has concluded that using CRISPR-based genome editing on embryos makes unintended DNA changes that would be passed on to future generations.
A new study demonstrates that sperm DNA damage, measured by Exact® tests using an alkaline Comet assay, acts as a reliable biomarker for sporadic and recurrent miscarriage in both spontaneous and assisted conception.
Scientists have directly delivered proteins to mouse testes for the first time, in an attempt to treat male infertility.
Success rates for IVF are higher at clinics that shared more information than required by government regulators, researchers at the University of Colorado have reported.
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CooperSurgical and NYU Langone Fertility Center Announce Study Data Showing Significant Increase in Ongoing Pregnancy and Live Birth Rates with CooperSurgical Genetic Test Using Artificial Intelligence (PGTai 2.0 platform) for Patients Undergoing IVF
Data from NYU Langone Fertility Center Study Presented at the American Society of Reproductive Medicine Annual Meeting
Session 38: The Plastic Blastocyst
Tuesday 27 October, 2020. 7PM GMT / 8PM CET / 3PM EST
Moderators: Dr. Denny Sakkas & Dr. Sangita Jindal
Embryonic Diapause: the Real Arrested Development.
Professor Bruce Murphy
The Curious Case of Lactate, a Blastocyst and an Endometrium
Professor David Gardner
Blastoids: Modeling Early Development and Implantation with Stem Cells.
Dr. Nicolas Rivron
Organized by the International IVF Initiative
The number of women considering freezing their eggs has increased, and it may be due to the COVID-19 pandemic…
The presumed appointment of Federal Court Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the United States Supreme Court has caused concern among the IVF and fertility communities.