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Is early embryo development as observed by time-lapse microscopy dependent on whether fresh or frozen sperm was used for ICSI? A cohort study

University of New South Wales
Cooke, Simon ; Venetis, Christos ; Chapman, Michael
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Compare timings of key events of embryo development from those originating from either fresh or cryopreserved ejaculate sperm using time-lapse technology.

Issued: 2021

Data time period: 2012-11-01 to 2016-09-30

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