2 edition of Preservation of human oocytes found in the catalog.
2009 by Informa Healthcare in London, Distributed in North and South America by Taylor & Francis .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Andrea Borini and Giovanni Coticchio|
|Series||Reproductive medicine and assisted reproductive techniques series|
|LC Classifications||QL965 .P74 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 299 p. :|
|Number of Pages||299|
The ability to generate mature oocytes in the laboratory is an invaluable tool for reproductive research, and may find potential in clinical application for improving fertility treatment. Laboratory matured oocytes can also be produced from cryo-preserved ovarian tissue from young female cancer patients in support of fertility : Natalia Bonner. He has authored 3 books, scientific papers (54 book chapters, peer-reviewed publications and abstracts). Among his many contributions to the field: a) He pioneered the technique of in vitro maturation of oocytes (IVM) for women with ovarian resistance to FSH; b) Reported the role of ZO-1 in trophoblastic cells differentiation in. Cryopreservation The very first successful mouse embryo cryopreservation (CP) was reported individually from one another by two research groups in the year Twelve months later, the birth of the first calf through frozen embryo was posted. The 1st human pregnancy from a frozen embryo was achieved with the same procedure applied successfully for CP of mouse and cow embryos; . REVIEW Open versus closed systems for vitriﬁcation of human oocytes and embryos Gábor Vajta a,b,*, Laura Rienzi c, Filippo Maria Ubaldi c a BGI Shenzhen, Beishan Industrial Zone, Yantian District, Shenzhen, China; b Central Queensland University, Bruce Highway, Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia; c Clinica Valle Giulia, G.E.N.E.R.A. Centre for Reproductive Medicine, Via.
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At last, the beneﬁ ts of cryopreserved oocytes and embryos are widely recognized for wild species conservation because frozen germ cells and embryos could serve as assurances against any unforeseen catastrophes and assist in the management of Preservation of human oocytes book populations both in zoos and in nature (3).Cited by: 1.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxii, pages: illustrations. Contents: Fundamental cryobiology --Biological aspects of oocyte. Oocyte cryopreservation entails important potential advantages for human IVF, offering a less ethically disputable alternative to embryo cryopreservation, simplifying and making safer oocyte donation, and giving an opportunity for fertility preservation to women at risk of premature ovarian failure as an effect of genetic factors or chemo- or radiotherapies.
Oocyte cryopreservation entails important potential advantages for human. Preservation of human oocytes book, offering a less ethically disputable alternative to embryo cryopreservation, simplifying and making safer oocyte donation, and giving an opportunity for. fertility preservation to women at risk of premature ovarian failure as an effectBrand: CRC Press.
Preservation of Human Oocytes: From Cryobiology Science to Clinical Applications and giving an opportunity forfertility preservation to women at risk of premature ovarian failure as an effectof genetic factors or chemo- or radiother Book Details Book Quality: Publisher Quality Book Size: Pages ISBN Pages: Reproduction Bundle: Preservation of Human Oocytes: From Cryobiology Preservation of human oocytes book to Clinical Applications (Reproductive Medicine and Assisted Reproductive Techniques Series) (Volume 4): Medicine & Health Science Books @ The in vitro maturation (IVM) of human oocytes is a powerful clinical technique that may be advised in cases when women require fertility preservation, such as young women suffering from cancer.
Preservation of Human Oocytes: From Cryobiology Science to Clinical Applications - CRC Press Book Oocyte cryopreservation entails important potential Preservation of human oocytes book for humanIVF, offering a less ethically disputable alternative to embryo cryopreservation,simplifying and making safer oocyte donation, and giving an opportunity forfertility.
In vitro maturation of MI oocytes is a suitable alternative when immature oocytes are recovered, as their characteristics and development are similar to those of in vivo matured oocytes.
This book describes and analyses the history of human oocyte freezing, the main steps of technical evolution, and the pros and cons of different techniques. In addition, the clinical applications, Preservation of human oocytes book outcome, efficiency and safety of oocyte cryopreservation are s: 3.
The mean oocyte survival rate and the mean number of oocytes fertilized (2PN oocytes) were significantly higher in the vitrification group than in the slow-freezing group (Table 2).Embryo transfers in the slow-freezing group primarily occurred on Day 3 (84% per cycle started; none on Day 5/6), while most in the vitrification group occurred at blastocyst stage Preservation of human oocytes book on Day 5/6; 21% on Day 3).Cited by: 7.
Various attempts to cryopreserve human oocytes have been performed with contrasting results. Therefore the effect of some factors, such as the presence or absence of the cumulus oophorus, the sucrose concentration in the freezing solution and the exposure time to cryoprotectants, on human oocyte survival after Preservation of human oocytes book were by: This book describes and analyses the history of human oocyte freezing, the main steps of technical evolution, and the pros and cons of different techniques.
In addition, the clinical applications, long-term outcome, efficiency and safety of oocyte cryopreservation are by: 3. Characteristics Cytoplasm. Oocytes are rich in cytoplasm, which contains yolk granules to nourish the cell early in development. Nucleus. During the primary oocyte stage of oogenesis, the nucleus is called a germinal vesicle.
The only normal human type of secondary Preservation of human oocytes book has the 23rd (sex) chromosome as 23,X (female-determining), whereas sperm can hX (female-determining) or 23,Y (male MeSH: D Human oocyte cryopreservation (egg freezing) is a procedure to preserve a woman's eggs (oocytes).
This technique has been used to enable women to postpone pregnancy to a later date – whether for medical reasons such as cancer treatment or for social reasons such as employment or studying. Several studies have proven that most infertility.
Oocyte cryopreservation entails important potential advantages for human IVF, offering a less ethically disputable alternative to embryo cryopreservation, simplifying and making safer oocyte donation, and giving an opportunity for fertility preservation to women at risk of premature ovarian failure as an effect of genetic factors or chemo- or radiotherapies.
Oocyte cryopreservation could also. The Human Oocyte Preservation Experience (HOPE) Registry: evaluation of cryopreservation techniques and oocyte source on outcomes Zsolt Peter Nagy1*, Robert E. Anderson2, Eve C. Feinberg3, Brooke Hayward4 and Mary C. Mahony4 Abstract Background: This prospective, Phase IV, multicenter, observational registry of assisted reproductive technologyCited by: 7.
Intracellular calcium concentrations has been determined on fresh and thawed-warmed human oocytes, evidencing a better preservation of calcium dynamics in oocytes subjected to a close vitrification system than slow-frozen.
28 The developmental competences of vitrified oocytes can also be investigated analyzing the mitochondrial pattern or Cited by: Human oocyte cryopreservation: new perspectives regarding oocyte survival. Fabbri R(1), Porcu E, Marsella T, Rocchetta G, Venturoli S, Flamigni C.
Author information: (1)IVF Center, Human Reproductive Medicine Unit, Institute of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy.
[email protected] by: The recovery of rat oocytes is a vital step for optimal in vitro fertilization, somatic cell nuclear transfer, and oocyte cryopreservation procedures. Superovulated or naturally cycling female rats are euthanized by CO 2 inhalation.
Both oviducts and a small portion of the uterus are carefully removed and placed in a petri dish containing pre-warmed (37° C) Hepes-buffered Tyrode's lactate (TL. Fertility preservation has become one of the most important and fast growing fields of reproductive medicine.
Although there are several strategies for fertility preservation in female, most of them are still considered experimental. It is important to perfect the existing technologies, but also developing new strategies should be actively sought.
The number of retrieved oocytes was somewhat lower (average ); however, the high maturation rate has resulted in vitrification of one to three oocytes per patient.
The recent literature supports the shift toward vitrification of human oocy It should be stressed that the efficacy of this approach is low as only oocytes are Cited by: This book can be found in: Science, Technology & Medicine > Medicine > Pre-clinical medicine > Human reproduction, growth & development zoom Preservation of Human Oocytes: From Cryobiology Science to Clinical Applications - Reproductive Medicine and Assisted Reproductive Techniques Series (Hardback)Pages: have been conducted with vitrified metaphase-II human oocytes.
Keywords: clinical outcome, human, oocyte, survival, vitrification, Introduction The cryopreservation of oocytes constitutes a major step forward in assisted reproductive technologies after representing a serious challenge for many years. The use of IVM in assisted reproductive technology continues to increase around the world.
The major benefit of IVM is that significant numbers of oocytes can be collected from ovaries without recourse to ovarian stimulation.
This reduces the costs, time, and risks associated with conventional IVF. tion, human embryo freezing has become a requirement demanded by the human fertility therapy procedure. Initially, because of low embryo implant rates procedures that stimu-lated many follicles were used to obtain many oocytes and consequently generate many embryos to make up for their lack of vitality.
This strategy increased not only pregnancy. In Vitro Maturation of Human Oocytes - CRC Press Book The use of IVM in assisted reproductive technology continues to increase around the world. The major benefit of IVM is that significant numbers of oocytes can be collected from ovaries without recourse to ovarian stimulation.
RESEARCH Open Access Developmental potential of human oocytes matured in vitro followed by vitrification and activation Patrick Imesch1†, David Scheiner1*†, Min Xie2, Daniel Fink1, Erwin Macas2, Raghvendra Dubey2 and Bruno Imthurn2 Abstract Background: Oocyte in vitro maturation (IVM) and cryopreservation at the time of routine ovarian tissue freezingCited by: This book describes and analyses the history of human oocyte freezing, the main steps of technical evolution, and the pros and cons of different techniques.
In addition, the clinical applications, long-term outcome, efficiency and safety of oocyte cryopreservation are : Cambridge University Press. Another critical observation with respect to human oocyte cryopreservation was made by Hunter et al., who demonstrated that the above properties also differed between individual MII oocytes.
Movement of water out of the oocyte is facilitated by addition of a cryoprotectant (Mazur et al., ) providing an osmotic gradient and, in the case Cited by: Cambridge Core - Obstetrics and Gynecology, Reproductive Medicine - Fertility Cryopreservation - edited by Ri-Cheng Chian.
Discovery and widespread application of successful cryopreservation methods for MII-phase oocytes was one of the greatest successes in human reproduction during the past decade. Although considerable improvements in traditional slow-rate freezing were also achieved, the real breakthrough was the result of introduction of : Laura Rienzi, Ana Cobo, Filippo Maria Ubaldi.
The preservation of the female portion of livestock genetics has become an international priority; however, in situ conservation strategies are extremely expensive. Therefore, efforts are increasingly focusing on the development of a reliable cryopreservation method for oocytes, in order to establish ova banks.
Slow freezing, a common method for cryopreservation of oocytes, causes osmotic Cited by: Protecting the reproductive potential of young patients undergoing cancer therapy is increasingly important.
With modern treatment protocols, 80% of patients can be expected to survive. It has been estimated that up to one in young adults will be a survivor of childhood cancer in the future; infertility, however, may be a consequence. As a wide range of fertility preservation methods are.
over scientific articles, reviews and book chapters in different areas of andrology, male/ female infertility and fertility preservation. His research program is known internationally for its focus on disease-oriented cutting edge research in the field of human reproduction.
Although data shows that approximately 35% of IVM oocytes can produce cleavage-stage embryos when fertilised, and this method has been suggested to increase the efficacy of treatment cycles aimed at fertility preservation, there is currently insufficient data to support the systematic use of IVM techniques or the freezing of immature : Max Waterstone, Amandine Anastácio, Kenny A.
Rodriguez-Wallberg. Preservation Of Human Oocytes è un libro di Borini Andrea (Curatore), Coticchio Giovanni (Curatore) edito da Crc Press a agosto - EAN puoi acquistarlo sul sitola. In the efforts aimed at improving the quality of in-vitro-matured human oocytes, the dynamic balance and roles of pro-/ antioxidants merit further consideration.
In-vitro maturation (IVM) is emerging as a popular technology at the forefront of fertility treatment and preservation.
Preservation of Cells: A Practical Manual is an important book for researchers, laboratory technicians and students in cell biology, stem cell biology, tissue engineering, and regenerative medicine. It is also useful to cell bankers, regenerative medicine, biomarker discovery or precision medicine companies, and cell therapy labs, blood bankers.
Cha KY, Yoon SH, Ko JJ, Choi DH, Han SY, Koo JJ: Pregnancy after in vitro fertilization of human follicular oocytes collected from nonstimulated cycles, their culture in vitro and their transfer according to the donor oocyte by: 6. Human eggs grown to maturity pdf the lab first pdf could unlock future fertility options image credit: Prof David Albertini In an extraordinary scientific feat, researchers were successful in growing human oocytes from the earliest follicular stage in the laboratory in just 20 days instead of 5 months in the : Dr.
Anjali Vyas.Thanks to the progress in oncostatic treatments, young download pdf affected by cancer have a fairly good chance of surviving the disease and leading a normal post-cancer life.
Quite often, however, polychemiotherapy and/or radiotherapy can induce ovarian damage and significantly reduce the content of follicles and oocytes inside the ovary, thus predisposing the patient to menstrual disorders Cited by: Ebook of immature oocytes from non-stimulated ovaries, followed by in vitro maturation (IVM), was initially proposed in order ebook avoid side effects of gonadotropin administration.
The goal is to eradicate or significantly decrease the risk of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS) in patients with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and to reduce drug cost and burden of patients.