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Paz MV, Chiera M, Hovanyecz P, Cicaré J, Perfumo P, Domenech L, Ventura V. (2020) Blastocysts Derived From 0PN Oocytes: Genetic And Clinical Results. JBRA Assist Reprod. 2020 Mar 23. doi: 10.5935/1518-0557.20190084.
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  Blastocysts Derived From 0PN Oocytes: Genetic And Clinical Results.
  CONCLUSION: Almost half of the 0PN blastocysts implanted (48.0%) and 13 healthy babies were born. More than three quarters (76.4%) of the 0PN blastocysts were diploid, thus ruling out the possibility of parthenogenetic activation. Our study indicated that the transfer of 0PN blastocysts is a safe, worthy option when the number of normal 2PN embryos is insufficient.
 
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