Anan Aljahdali, et al, observed in mouse IVF offspring that “in male but not female offspring, adverse cardiovascular (CV) health was more likely with prolonged culture to the blastocyst stage, but metabolic dysfunction was more likely if embryo transfer (ET) occurred at the early cleavage stage”1.
1. Anan Aljahdali, et al, “The duration of embryo culture after mouse IVF differentially affects cardiovascular and metabolic health in male offspring”, Human Reproduction, Vol.35, No.11, pp. 2497–2514, 2020
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