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Investigaciones con células madre, análisis genéticos, inmunología, epigenética, criobiología, cirugía y rejuvenecimiento ovárico son algunas de las áreas de estudio desarrolladas por IVIRMA Innovation. Tan importante es marcar hitos, como contribuir con hallazgos esperanzadores a la ciencia, pero sobre todo encontrar el modo de aplicarlos en todas nuestras pacientes. Es fundamental poder contarlos y compartirlos, suscitar el interés de la comunidad científica, para seguir evolucionando en materia de reproducción humana asistida. En este espacio encontrarás las últimas noticias, premios y publicaciones de IVIRMA.

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Autologous mitochondrial transfer (AugmentSM) as a complementary technique to ICSI to improve oocyte and embryo quality in IVF patients. A randomized pilot study.

ESHRE, 3 JULY 2018

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Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Time-Lapse to improve human blastocyst morphology evaluation.

ESHRE, 4 JULY 2018.

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Predictors of positive sperm retrieval in azoospermic men

ESHRE, JULY 2018

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Nuria Pellicer, M.D.

Autologous stem cell ovarian transplant (ASCOT) allowed 5 pregnancies in poor responders (PR) women

ESHRE, 4 JULY 2018

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Mitochondrial unfolded protein response gene Clpp is required to maintain ovarian follicular reserve during aging, for oocyte competence, and development of pre-implantation embryos.

Aging Cell 2018.

infusión de células madre humanas de la médula ósea
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Fertility rescue and ovarian follicle growth promotion by bone marrow stem cells infusion.

Fertility Sterility 2018.

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Genome editing reveals a role for OCT4 in human embryogenesis.

Nature 2017.

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Variables associated with mitochondrial copy number in human blastocysts: what can we learn from trophectoderm biopsies?

Fertility Sterility 2018.

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Very low anti-Müllerian hormone concentrations are not an independent predictor of embryo quality and pregnancy rate.

Reproductive Biomedicine Online 2018.

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Human CD133(+) bone marrow-derived stem cells promote endometrial proliferation in a murine model of Asherman syndrome.

Fertility Sterility 2015.

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Maternal KIR haplotype influences live birth rate after double embryo transfer in IVF cycles in patients with recurrent miscarriages and implantation failure.

Human Reproduction 2014.

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