Microfluidic Technology In Art: Is It Time To Go With The Flow?
Improved production of preimplantation embryos for use in assisted reproductive technologies (ART) has been a central goal of reproductive scientists since the inception of the field. Subsequently, methodologies have continually been refined to aid in this endeavor. Though approached from different perspectives, the commonality between these methodologies is the pursuit to minimize external stresses imposed upon gametes and embryos due to artificial manipulation within the IVF laboratory.
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