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Animal Reproduction (AR)
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High throughput non-invasive oocyte quality assessment: the search continues

P.E.J. Bols, E.P.A. Jorssen, I.G.F. Goovaerts, A. Langbeen, J.L.M.R. Leroy

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Abstract

Non-invasive oocyte quality assessment remains a major challenge of routine bovine in vitro embryo production (IVP). There is a major need for techniques allowing early selection of developmentally competent oocytes on the basis of a simple, quick, economic and feasible protocol. The availability of such a technique would clearly increase IVP efficiency since only competent oocytes would be used, maximising blastocyst yield by ameliorating culture conditions. This mini-review summarizes briefly the currently available techniques that allow high throughput non-invasive oocyte quality assessment and indicates their possibilities and limitations.

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BCB, bovine oocyte quality, in vitro embryo production (IVP), non-invasive oocyte quality assessment, single oocyte culture
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