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IN VITRO FERTILIZATION AND CULTURE OF HUMAN OVA
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Pages: 317-321+355
Year: Issue:  3
Journal: Acta Anatomica Sinica

Keyword:  Fertilization in vitroCulture in vitroEmbryo transferHuman ova;
Abstract: In the experiments we used T6 medium prepared by ourselves and mixed with diferent concentrations of human serum albumin or mother’s serum, from which we prepared follicular flushing medium, insemination medium and growth medium. Clomiphene citrate and HCG were used for inducing superovulation. The semen was obtained through masturbation and artificially capacitated. A mature ovum and 2-3 drops of capacitated semen were incubated together in insemination medium in the culture box containing 5% CO2 in air atmosphere at 37℃. The ovum was aspirated and transferred into the growth medium and incubated for 16-17 hours. By this time the ovum was already fertilized with the appearance of 2 pronuclei. About 30 hrs, it normally developed into two-cell stage, 40-44 hrs, it cleavaged into 4-cell stage. After 72 hrs, the fertilized ovum grew into morula. Up to June, 1986 twentythree ova in vitro fertilized and cultured were transfered into 14 mothers, uteri at the four-cell stage. The details of fertilization and the early embryo development in vitro were described.
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