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New IB Newsletter: Three pieces of scientific research accepted to the FFER infertility congress in France

  • 19-09-2018

The new Instituto Bernabeu Group newsletter is now available, dedicated to our last reserach work accepted at FFER congress 2018.

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Instituto Bernabeu submits three pieces of scientific research to the FFER infertility congress in France

  • 13-09-2018

Instituto Bernabeu has submitted three items of research work to the French Federation of Reproduction Studies (FFER) Congress that will be held in the French city of Lyon between 12th and 14th September. The event will bring together over 600 experts from all over the world who will exchange information on the latest updates in fertility and reproduction.

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A study performed by Instituto Bernabeu assesses whether it is preferable to perform freezing or fresh transfer following embryo biopsy

  • 12-09-2018

Research performed by Instituto Bernabeu has looked into whether fresh transfer or deferred transfer through cryopreservation followed by defrosting is the best strategy for carrying out pre-implantation genetic diagnosis for aneuploidies (PGT-A).

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Advances in embryo biopsy techniques: IB workshop for biologists

  • 11-09-2018

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. The workshop is aimed at reproduction biologists who are specialised in micro-handling techniques.

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Instituto Bernabeu discovers during research work that random-start ovarian stimulation does not affect oocyte potential

  • 05-09-2018

During assisted reproduction treatment, conventional ovarian stimulation is performed over the first few days of the menstrual cycle. However, recent research shows that it can begin on any day of the menstrual cycle. The advantage is a decrease in the total time before treatment can begin. During the research, the oocyte retrieval results using the two strategies were similar.

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Instituto Bernabeu research discovers that the number of fertilised ova can serve as a prediction of egg donation cycle success

  • 29-08-2018

Instituto Bernabeu has carried out research work with the aim of understanding if it is possible to predict the success of a cycle of egg donation by analysing two parameters: the number of mature donated oocytes obtained following ovarian stimulation and the quantity that are eventually fertilised.

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Instituto Bernabeu research supports attempting ovarian stimulation in poor responder patients

  • 22-08-2018

Based on the positive results obtained, research performed by Instituto Bernabeu in Albacete entertains attempting ovarian stimulation in patients with low oocyte retrieval levels. The strategy is a step taken prior to egg donation.

 

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A research by Instituto Bernabeu investigates the regions that affect the vaginal and endometrial microbiome

  • 16-08-2018

With the incorporation of genetic techniques, it has been possible to identify a greater number of microorganisms that cannot be analysed with a normal microbiological culture and that make up the vaginal microbiome. A powerful tool to identify the microbiome are the massive sequencing techniques. The analysis of the microbiome is important since, among other things, in the field of reproductive medicine it is possible to detect if there is a microorganism that can facilitate or hinder the implantation of the embryo.

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Instituto Bernabeu undertakes research to discover the link between blastocyst quality, aneuploidy rates and embryo mosaicism

  • 08-08-2018

Since one of the parameters that enable us to measure assisted reproductive treatment efficiency is embryo morphology, its research is highly critical.

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According to a study by Instituto Bernabeu, embryo aneuploidies in chromosomal segments are more frequent in young women

  • 01-08-2018

A study performed in the molecular biology and genetics laboratory at Instituto Bernabeu, IB Biotech, and submitted to the Spanish Fertility Society (SEF) congress has concluded that there is an increased risk of embryo abnormalities in chromosomal segments in young women.

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