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New IB Newsletter: COMMITTED TO RESEARCH

  • 09/22/17

The new Instituto Bernabeu Group newsletter is now available, dedicated to our last reserach work accepted at congress ESHRE 2017.

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Instituto Bernabeu and the University of Alicante, Spain, organise the VI edition of the Master's course in Reproductive Medicine

  • 09/20/17

For the sixth year in a row, Instituto Bernabeu (IB) and the University of Alicante (UA), through the Reproductive Medicine Professorship, are organising a Master's Course in Reproductive Medicine

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Advances in embryo biopsy techniques: IB workshop for biologists

  • 09/13/17

As a part of our continuous training programme, an intensive theoretical and practical seminar entitled ‘Advanced Workshop in Embryo Biopsy: Techniques and tips for usage’ will take place next September. The workshop is aimed at reproduction biologists who are specialised in micro-handling techniques.

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The Instituto Bernabeu discovers that embryo cell abnormality detected by next-generation sequencing does not affect birth rates

  • 08/30/17

The scientific committee of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) has selected the study by the Instituto Bernabeu “Does the low-grade mosaicism detected by next-generation sequencing affect the live birth rate?” as one of the 10 posters presented by the reproductive medicine clinic at the meeting held in the Swiss city of Geneva from 2 to 5 July. In the study, which centres on the chromosomal abnormality of embryos detected by next-generation sequencing (NGS), the researchers emphasize in their conclusions that the transfer of embryos with a low-grade cellular abnormality, or mosaicism, does not affect the live birth rate, which is similar to that of embryos implanted without these abnormalities.

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A study by the Instituto Bernabeu correlates natural antioxidants with a greater protection of sperm DNA

  • 08/23/17

The Instituto Bernabeu presents a study on the prevention of DNA fragmentation of sperm, thanks to natural antioxidants, at the international meeting of specialists in reproductive medicine organized by the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE).

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The Instituto Bernabeu applies a new technique to detect alterations in sperm production

  • 08/16/17

Researchers of the Instituto Bernabeu present a study at the meeting of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE), held in Switzerland from 2 to 5 July, in which new techniques are applied to enable more precise detection of sperm production.

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A study by the Instituto Bernabeu detects that immune profile helps detect endometriosis

  • 08/09/17

The research by the Instituto Bernabeu studies the influence of cytokines, molecules that mediate in immune response with consequences such as inflammation, and which would enable early detection of endometriosis.

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Instituto Bernabeu and the University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain, organise the II Edition of the Master's course in Male Infertility

  • 08/03/17

Instituto Bernabeu in Albacete and Alicante (IB), in collaboration with the University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM) are organising the second edition of the Master's Course in Male Infertility. 

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New IB Newsletter: Instituto Bernabeu Benidorm. New premises.

  • 07/27/17

New issue of Instituto Bernabeu corporate newsletter (IB NEWSLETTER). Our fertility and gynaecology clinic in Benidorm is under renovation, with new facilities and cutting edge technology in order to maintain our high quality, personalised service.

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The Instituto Bernabeu correlates embryo quality with the appearance of mosaicism

  • 07/26/17

A study by the Instituto Bernabeu has found a correlation between embryo quality and a greater probability of the appearance of mosaicism, the presence of normal cells together with other abnormal cells. For some time, the Instituto Bernabeu has followed different lines of research related to embryo mosaicism and its detection, since these embryos may have lower implantation rates and a greater risk of aneuploidy, a chromosomal abnormality that may lead to genetic disorders.

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