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  1. Evidence-based Embryo Cryopreservation

    Journal of Mammalian Ova Research 22(1):28 (2005)

  2. Successful sterile vitrification of human zygotes and blastocysts

    Fertility and Sterility 80:142 (2003)

  3. Clinical efficiency of vitrification on blastocysts transfer cycles

    Fertility and Sterility 80:63 (2003)

  4. Comparison of open and closed methods for vitrification of human embryos and the elimination of potential contamination.

    Reproductive BioMedicine Online 11(5):608 (2005) PMID 16409712

    Survival and development of human embryos was compared following slow cooling versus vitrification involving more than 13,000 vitrified embryos. In addition, the efficacy of an open system, the Cryotop, and a closed vitrification system, the CryoTip(trade mark), were compared using human blastocysts...
  5. Improving cryopreservation systems.

    Theriogenology 65(1):236 (2006) PMID 16289262

    Cryopreservation of oocytes and embryos is a crucial step for widespread practical application of other techniques in domestic animal embryology. However, in contrast to the rapid development of procedures in the eighties and early nineties of the last century, new advancements with profound practic...
  6. Vitrification demonstrates significant improvement over conventional slow freezing of day 5 blastocysts

    Fertility and Sterility 80:145 (2003)

  7. Evidence-based Embryo Cryopreservation

    Journal of Mammalian Ova Research 22(4):193 (2005)

  8. High survival rate of vitrified human oocytes results in clinical pregnancy.

    Fertility and Sterility 80(1):223 (2003) PMID 12849831

  9. Comparison of efficiency of open pulled straw (OPS) and Cryotop vitrification for cryopreservation of in vitro matured pig oocytes.

    Cryo letters 29(4):315 (2008) PMID 19137194

    Our results indicate that for cryopreservation of some highly sensitive biological specimen including porcine oocytes Cryotop vitrification is superior to the OPS technique....
  10. Vitrification demonstrates significant improvement versus slow freezing of human blastocysts.

    Reproductive BioMedicine Online 11(1):53 (2005) PMID 16102287

    Blastocyst culture has reduced the number of embryos transferred per cycle, whilst simultaneously creating new quandaries regarding supernumerary blastocyst cryopreservation. This retrospective study was undertaken to compare a slow freezing protocol to a vitrification protocol for cryopreservation...