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#Blastocyst #culture and #transfer is the process of culturing the embryos for the five to six days in the laboratory before transferring in to the #uterus. This treatment is best suited for those who have the risk of fertilizing more than one or two eggs. It allows the selection of best quality embryos before#transmitting into the women’s uterus. Here are some overall benefits of the Blastocystculture and transfer: • Pregnancy time gets #reduced: As only the selective embryos are…

What Is Blastocyst Transfer? We Look At The Science Behind Egg Fertilisation

Slow Moving Sperms Can Now Get A ‘Boost’ — Study

A new invention was recently revealed in order to help the sperm cells move faster towards the egg cells to create a healthy possible fertilization.

A human zygote in the 8 cell stage.

10 Mind-Blowing Photos Of Human Life Developing In The Womb - 4 days to 8 months pregnant in the womb

Fasciation of Celosia argentea, commonly known as plumed cockscomb, or the silver cock's comb. || Matthew Graham Photography.

Coxcomb (Celosia argentea) by Matthew Graham Celosia argentea, commonly known as plumed cockscomb, is a plant of tropical origin, and is known for its very bright colors

Staphylococcus bacteria. Most common of the 1 trillion bacteria that live on our skin. Only a few strains of this bacteria are harmful and cause staph infections or toxic shock syndrome.  Most are harmless.

Most common of the 1 trillion bacteria that live on our skin. Only a few strains of this bacteria are harmful and cause staph infections or toxic shock syndrome. Most are harmless.

FDA approved wearable fertility device called the Ava fertility tracker works with an app and can predict ovulation with 89% accuracy.

This Cool New Gadget Makes Tracking Your Fertility Easier Than It’s Ever Been

FDA approved wearable fertility device called the Ava fertility tracker works with an app and can predict ovulation with accuracy.

Macrophage (red) engulfing tuberculosis bacteria (yellow), taken with ZEISS FE-SEM. Courtesy of Dr. Volker Brinkmann, Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology, Berlin/ Germany.

Macrophage (red) engulfing tuberculosis bacteria (yellow), taken with Zeiss FE-SEM. Volker Brinkmann, Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology, Berlin/ Germany.

Macrophage engulfing bacteria as part of the immune system's response to infection. SEM X9000

Macrophage is your friend. :-) This is Macrophage engulfing bacteria as part of the immune system's response to infection.

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