Article Name: Potential Boost for IVF Success
Article Source: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/01/120103135137.htm
Research never ends for the possibilities with In-Vitro Fertilization. Scientists have been testing lab rats to see how a new IVF technique can identify embryos and be even more likely to result in a successful pregnancy.
It has been found that once mice experience sperm entry, then rhythmic cytoplasmic motions. These motions may help with successful embryo development. By following these key methods in mice first, it has been found that it is also prevalent in human eggs as well. This rhythmic cytoplasmic motion helps in some undetermined way to promote healthy embryo growth.
This information might seem marginal, but it is essential towards finding even more efficient ways for successful In-Vitro Fertilization. Knowing some of the basic mechanisms in which the human egg thrives is crucial for development of better procedures to help with IVF.
IVFNJ is on the cutting edge of IVF technology for that very reason. The better the procedures and techniques can become, the better the rates of success. The better the rate of success, the more likely that more individuals can become parents. What could be better than that?
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