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New Frontiers in IVF: mtDNA and autologous germline mitochondrial energy transfer [2019]
8209 This is an Open Access publication Ovarian aging leads to a decrease in the quantity and quality of oocytes and aged oocytes have a reduced number of mitochondria. Mitochondria are the energy factories of the cells and their lacked could leads to lower fertilization rates and poor embryonic development. Various strategies have been tested to increase the mitochondria quantity and thus improve the quality of oocytes used in in vitro fertilization. Results of ovarian rejuvenation te
View rbej.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12958-019-0501-z#Abs1
KW Mitochondria/

 
Factors influencing dynamics of follicular pool development [2019]
8208 This is an subscription based  publication Published in Frontiers in Endocrinology (2019).Growth Hormone and Reproduction: Lessons Learned From Animal Models and Clinical Trials. Dosouto C, Calaf J, Polo A, Haahr T, Humaidan P. Front Endocrinol (Lausanne). 2019 Jun 26:10:404. doi: 10.3389/fendo.2019.00404.
View www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6607366/figure/F1/
KW GH/Growth Hormone/

 
Growth Hormone and Reproduction: Lessons Learned From Animal Models and Clinical Trials [2019]
8207 This is an Open Access publication Evidence suggests that GH can stimulate the secretion of IGF1 not only in the liver but also in the peripheral target structures, including the ovary. Moreover, IGF-1 can be secreted locally under the influence of stimuli other than GH. In the case of the ovary, steroid hormones, gonadotropins or the combination of both seems to be involved. Even more interesting, the ovary itself can secret GH locally and exert a paracrine action modulating the
View www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fendo.2019.00404/full
KW GH/Growth Hormone/

 
Association between the number of retrieved mature donor oocytes and live birth in IVF donor recipient cycles using frozen donor eggs [2017 Abstract] [2019]
8206 This is an subscription based  publication Conclusions: This current analysis of IVF outcomes among recipients of vitrified donor oocytes demonstrates that live birth from fresh embryo transfer is not adversely affected by retrieval of more oocytes. Secondarily, there were more surplus embryos for cryopreservation with increasing numbers of retrieved oocytes, increasing the potential cumulative number of infants per retrieval. These findings must be considered in the context of achieving
View www.fertstert.org/article/S0015-0282(17)31212-8/fulltext
KW oocyte number/ cumulative pregnancy rate/

 
Mediterranean diet and outcomes of assisted reproduction: an Italian cohort study [2019]
8205 This is an subscription based  publication Conclusions: No clear association was observed between adherence to a Mediterranean diet and successful IVF.
View www.ajog.org/article/S0002-9378(19)30895-6/pdf
KW 10.1016/j.ajog.2019.07.011 showArticle Info

 
Can novel early non-invasive biomarkers of embryo quality be identified with time-lapse imaging to predict live birth? [2019]
8204 This is an Open Access publication MAIN RESULTS AND THE ROLE OF CHANCE Central PN juxtaposition was associated with a 2-fold increase in the odds of live birth (OR ::= ::2.20: 95% CI, [1.263.89]: P ::= ::0.006), while the presence of MNB2cell was associated with half the odds of live birth (OR ::= ::0.51: 95% CI, [0.270.95]: P ::= ::0.035). These two parameters were independent of embryo kinetics. The 33 remaining parameters had no signif
View academic.oup.com/humrep/advance-article/doi/10.1093/humrep/dez085/5529762
KW embryo morphology/embryo morphometric parameters/embryo kinetics/ICSI/live birth/time-lapse imaging system/

 
Re-evaluation of the value of sperm morphology in classical in vitro fertilization in a Northeastern Chinese population [2019]
8203 This is an subscription based  publication Conclusions: This study suggests that infertile patients with an NSMR ::< ::4% are more likely to have a poor normal fertilization status in IVF.
View journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0300060519860324
KW Male fertility/sperm morphology/oocyte/semen/fertilisation/

 
Pregnancy following diagnosis of premature ovarian insufficiency: a systematic review [2019]
8202 This is an Open Access publication This review reports pregnancy rates across studies ranging from 2.2% to 14.2%. Mean age in patients who achieved a pregnancy was 30 years, highlighting that oocyte quality in these patients is likely unaffected. No treatment has thus far shown its superiority in improving fertility in women with POI. Recent advances in options such as in-vitro maturation and stem-cell therapy, however, are likely to be the future of treatment and may generate new
View www.rbmojournal.com/article/S1472-6483(19)30396-7/fulltext
KW fertility/Live birth/Pregnancy/Premature ovarian insufficiency/POI/

 
The relationship between FSH receptor polymorphism status and IVF cycle outcome: a retrospective observational study [2019]
8201 This is an subscription based  publication The homozygous Ser/Ser genotype of FSHR polymorphism at position 680 is associated with a reduced ovarian response to ovarian stimulation in IVF/ICSI. No difference in cumulative live birth rate was found.
View www.rbmojournal.com/article/S1472-6483(19)30582-6/fulltext
KW FSH receptor/Genotyping/Infertility/Live birth/Polymorphism/

 
Unstable osmolality of microdrops cultured in non-humidified incubators [2019]
8200 This is an subscription based  publication Conclusions: Mineral oil alone may not adequately prevent gradual changes in the osmolality of low-volume microdrops during extended in vitro culture of human embryos in non-humidified incubators. As a result, the osmolality may increase to high enough levels to stress some human embryos and adversely affect clinical outcomes. We therefore recommend that the stability of osmolality should be given more consideration to ensure optimal culture cond
View link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10815-019-01515-9
KW Osmolality/Embryo culture/Microdrop/Mineral oil/Non-humidified incubator/

 
Sperm chromatin structure assay high DNA stainability sperm as a marker of early miscarriage after intracytoplasmic sperm injection [2019]
8199 This is an subscription based  publication Conclusion(s). There is a small but increased risk of early miscarriage if HDS >15% compared with HDS ≤::15%. This increased risk is seen only after ICSI, not after IVF. These findings suggest that HDS can be used as a predictor of an increased risk of miscarriage in ICSI treatments
View www.fertstert.org/article/S0015-0282(19)30286-9/fulltext
KW DNA fragmentation/early miscarriage rate/high DNA stainability/in vitro fertilization/sperm DNA integrity/

 
Time-Varying Exposure to Air Pollution and Outcomes of in Vitro Fertilization among Couples from a Fertility Clinic [2019]
8198 This is an Open Access publication Conclusion: Increased exposure to traffic-related pollutants was associated with higher odds of early IVF failure.
View ehp.niehs.nih.gov/doi/10.1289/EHP4601
KW Miscarriage/traffic/pollution/

 
Secretome profile selection of optimal IVF embryos by matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry [2019]
8197 This is an Open Access publication Conclusion: A simple, direct and rapid analysis of spent culture fluid from blastocysts at the point of embryo transfer can quickly identify optimal embryos with the best chance of achieving ongoing pregnancy. Methods like this, which take less than 20 min to perform, could dramatically improve the approach to embryo selection and live births.
View link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10815-019-01444-7
KW Blastocyst/Secretome/Proteomics/Mass spectrometry/Non-invasive Culture media/

 
Cell-Free, Embryo-Specific sncRNA as a Molecular Biological Bridge between Patient Fertility and IVF Efficiency [2019]
8196 This is an Open Access publication The aim of this study was to analyze the sncRNA expression profile of the spent culture media on day 4 after fertilization and to reveal a relationship with the morphofunctional characteristics of gametes and resultant embryos, in particular, with the embryo development and implantation potential.
View www.mdpi.com/1422-0067/20/12/2912
KW miRNA/piRNA/NGS/RT-PCR/embryo culture medium/noninvasive/spent media/

 
Supraphysiological serum oestradiol negatively affects birthweight in cryopreserved embryo transfers: a retrospective cohort study [2019]
8195 This is an subscription based  publication Conclusions: Peak serum oestradiol during COS is negatively associated with birthweight. This model proposes a novel concept as well as new evidence that the effect on birthweight is due to the primary influence of a high oestradiol concentration on oocytes during COS.
View www.rbmojournal.com/article/S1472-6483(19)30392-X/fulltext
KW Birthweight/VET/COH/Oestradiol concentrations/

 
Controlled ovarian hyperstimulation (COH) parameters associated with euploidy rates in donor oocytes [2019]
8194 This is an subscription based  publication The study provides the first suggestion that patient stimulation parameters can affect the incidence of euploidy in embryos generated through the use of standard assisted reproductive techniques. The study is limited by its retrospective approach and because the aCGH analysis used is less sensitive than more recent NGS technology. Further, it provides a suggestion that the use of hMG is beneficial for obtaining euploid embryos.
View www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1769721219303040
KW PGT-A/COH/Euploidy/

 
Witness: First IVF baby [Podcast] [2019]
8193 This is an subscription based  publication The birth in 1978 of Louise Brown, the first baby in the world to be conceived through in-vitro fertilisation. Published on July 24, 2012.
View soundcloud.com/wswitness2012/witness-first-ivf-baby
KW History/Podcast/

 
Can trophectoderm RNA analysis predict human blastocyst competency? [2019]
8192 This is an Open Access publication In this pilot study, we report that differential gene expression in human trophectoderm biopsies assayed by an ultra-sensitive next generation RNA sequencing strategy could predict blastocyst implantation competence....Following RNA sequencing, a total of 47 transcripts were found to be significantly differentially expressed between the trophectoderm cells from successfully implanted (competent) versus unsuccessful (incompetent) blastocysts.
View www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/19396368.2019.1625085
KW Transcriptome,/RNA sequencing/differential gene expression/ trophectoderm/implantation competence

 
The present crisis in male reproductive health: an urgent need for a political, social, and research roadmap [2019]
8191 This is an Open Access publication Summary. This paper has presented evidence that there is a present and growing global crisis in male reproductive health. Numerous scientific publications report that chronic illness, disease, and premature death in men are linked to their reproductive health. Further, emerging data demonstrate that the wellness of the female partner, their offspring, and grand‐::offspring all have connections to partner/father reproductive health. These mal
View onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/andr.12673
KW Male Health/

 
Effect of body mass index on pregnancy outcomes in a freeze-all policy: an analysis of 22,043 first autologous frozen-thawed embryo transfer cycles in [2019]
8190 This is an Open Access publication Conclusions. Among women undergoing first FET with high-quality embryo transfer, low BMI has limited impact on pregnancy and live birth rates. On the contrary, obesity was associated with worse IVF outcomes. Our findings further highlighted that endometrial receptivity played an important role in the poor reproductive outcomes of women with abnormal weight status.
View bmcmedicine.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12916-019-1354-1
KW BMI/Weight/

 
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