During in vitro fertilisation processes, for the first few days of their lives, human embryos have to develop outside the mother’s body in special incubators. Temperature and pH conditions need to be optimum and embryos also need to have access to all the necessary ingredients in order to feed and, in doing so, meet their energy requirements. Culture media are used for this. […]
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