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|Title:||Human embryonic behavior in a sequential human oviduct-endometrial coculture system|
|Authors:||Bongso, A. |
|Citation:||Bongso, A., Fong, C.-Y., Ng, S.-C., Ratnam, S. (1994). Human embryonic behavior in a sequential human oviduct-endometrial coculture system. Fertility and Sterility 61 (5) : 976-978. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||Embryonic behavior to blastocyst, hatching, and hatched stages were evaluated in 77, four-cell human embryos that were first grown in oviductal cell coculture and then equally allotted at the eight-cell stage to two coculture systems in a serum-free medium (34 continued on oviductal monolayers, 32 on endometrium monolayers). Sixty-three percent and 40% of embryos expanded and hatched in the sequential oviductal-endometrial coculture system when compared with 41% and 9% in the oviductal system alone, respectively. The sequential coculture system appears to be an improved system over the single human oviductal coculture system.|
|Source Title:||Fertility and Sterility|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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