Lunedì, 15 Ottobre 2018

Italians awarded for non-invasive fertility treatment


Rome, July 19 - Italian researchers have been
awarded an international prize for a non-invasive fertility
treatment that improves the chances of successful embryo
The assisted-fertilization method was developed at Rome's
Valle Giulia Center for Reproductive and Clinical Medicine.
This week it was given an award by the European Society of
Human Reproduction and Embryology at its annual meeting in
The researchers involved in the study were geneticist
Antonio Capalbo, laboratory director Laura Rienzi and center
director Filippo Maria Ubaldi.
At the meeting, the three presented preliminary results of
their innovative research based on the analysis of microRNAs in
embryonic origin, which they say promises to greatly increase
the capacity to assess the quality of the embryos produced
during the cycles of in-vitro fertilization.

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