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Are Mosaic Embryos the "Dark Horse" of IVF?

News   Mar 05, 2019 | Original story by Oregon Health & Science University

 
Are Mosaic Embryos the "Dark Horse" of IVF?

The biological process of cell fragmentation (shown here) plays an important role in identifying genetic abnormalities within an embryo. Image credit: OHSU/Shawn Chavez, Ph.D.

 
 
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