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First frozen egg baby born in Canada

...?96ºC. After a period of two months, the eggs were thawed and fertilized with her partner's sperm through in-vitro fertilization (IVF) and intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), and the resulting embryos implanted in her uterus. "The patient went through an uncomplicated full-term pregnancy and straightf...

Israeli scientists successfully transplant frozen-thawed ovaries in sheep

...ey have successfully transplanted whole frozen and thawed ovaries in sheep, retrieved oocytes from these ova... arm, but in neither case was the ovary frozen and thawed first[2]. Another much-researched option is freezing and transplanting thawed ovarian tissue. Two b...

Sperm stem cells closer to being like embryonic stem cells

.... The researchers also froze the sperm stem cells, thawed them, and transplanted them back into rat testes, where they developed into normal sperm. Dr. David Garbers, professor of pharmacology, director of the Green Center and senior author of a study appearing in an upcoming issue of the Proceedings of th...

Stem cell transplants improve recovery in animal models for stroke, cerebral palsy

...ells, which the company calls MultiStem TM , were thawed and injected directly into the brain. Researchers believe that MultiStem TM cells are able to deliver a therapeutic benefit in multiple ways, for example by producing factors that limit tissue damage and stimulate repair, according to Dr. Gil Van B...

New egg freezing technique offers hope to hundreds of women

...news briefing that although sperm could be frozen, thawed and used for in vitro fertilisation with high leve...division (cleavage) and embryo quality. Out of 337 thawed eggs, 263 survived (78%), 221 were fertilised using ICSI (67.9%), 116 underwent cleavage up to the s...

Microbes compete with animals for food by making it stink

...wo days. They also baited other traps with freshly thawed menhaden, which contained relatively few microbes.... Many more animals were attracted to the freshly thawed bait than the rotten fish. "So we assumed that had to do with palatability," Hay said. "It could hav...

Cryoablation -- A new treatment option for some kidney tumor patients

...to temperatures of -100° C; and the tissue is then thawed by replacing the argon with helium. The procedure consists of two freezing and thawing cycles, seeking a frozen margin of approximately 5 millimeters beyond the tumor edge to ensure death of the entire tumor. After the cryoprobes are removed, small...

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