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Infra-red laser applications in the reproductive sciences: improving safety for assisted reproductive technology and developing novel research tools

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Assisted reproductive technology (ART) has been rapidly expanding since the birth of Louise Brown, the first test tube baby, in 1978. Although an increasingly complex array of laboratory skills and procedures have been developed for infertility treatments, the success rate of ART remains low. In an attempt to make ART safer and more efficient, international medical practice is trending towards single embryo transfers and the use of innovative, sophisticated technologies to identify pr...

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Lien M Davidson
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Lien M Davidson
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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