Researchers develop new way to screen for embryo

December 2013
Medical Device Daily;12/30/2013, Vol. 17 Issue 250, p2
The article reports on the development of the so-called Multiple Annealing and Looping Based Amplification Cycles (MALBAC) by Harvard University researchers, a new approach for sequencing the maternally inherited genome of the embryo and ensuring success of in vitro fertilization (IVF).


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