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Aizer A, Noach-Hirsh M, Dratviman-Storobinsky O, Haas J, Orvieto R. Does the number of embryos loaded on a single cryo-carrier affect post-vitrification survival rate? Zygote. 2020 Oct 13:1-5. doi: 10.1017/S0967199420000453
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  Does the number of embryos loaded on a single cryo-carrier affect post-vitrification survival rate?
  Post-thawing survival rate following vitrification is affected by the number of embryos per single cryo-carrier undergoing the vitrification equilibration phase, with the optimum number of three cleaved embryos or one blastocyst per single cryo-carrier. Further studies are required to determine the optimum number of cleaved embryos or blastocysts that should be loaded onto a single cryo-carrier vitrification device.
 
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