2020
DOI: 10.1007/s11250-020-02307-5
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Application of platelet-rich plasma in the in vitro production of bovine embryos

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“…Except injection into the ovarian tissue PRP could be used to increase the effectiveness of oocyte in vitro maturation methods, which is relevant for patients with polycystic ovary syndrome, poor responders, fertility preservation for women of different reproductive ages (Yurchuk et al, 2021). It has been shown that addition PRP into the maturation media increase the quality of bovine mature oocytes (gametes with a high mitochondrial potential), and leads to an improvement in bovine embryos development (Moulavi et al, 2020;Ramos-Deus et al, 2020) Thus, despite encouraging achievements of in vivo and in vitro PRP using for improving fertility of patients with advanced maternal age, more extensive data base evidence are requested.…”
Section: Womenmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Except injection into the ovarian tissue PRP could be used to increase the effectiveness of oocyte in vitro maturation methods, which is relevant for patients with polycystic ovary syndrome, poor responders, fertility preservation for women of different reproductive ages (Yurchuk et al, 2021). It has been shown that addition PRP into the maturation media increase the quality of bovine mature oocytes (gametes with a high mitochondrial potential), and leads to an improvement in bovine embryos development (Moulavi et al, 2020;Ramos-Deus et al, 2020) Thus, despite encouraging achievements of in vivo and in vitro PRP using for improving fertility of patients with advanced maternal age, more extensive data base evidence are requested.…”
Section: Womenmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A few studies described the effects of PRP on in vitro embryo production (Lange‐Consiglio et al, 2015; Ramos‐Deus et al, 2020). In the study of Lange‐Consiglio et al (2015), two different percentages of PRP were used (5% and 10%), as a partial or complete replacement of foetal calf serum.…”
Section: The Use Of Prp To Improve In Vitro Embryo Production and Imp...mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…On the contrary, the lower blastocyst rate obtained in the medium with 10% PRP when compared to control might be caused by the excess of growth factors that could have an inhibitory effect on the embryo development (Lange‐Consiglio et al, 2015). Another study reported that the addition of PRP into the oocyte maturation medium is not beneficial (Ramos‐Deus et al, 2020). These promising results could attract further studies to evaluate the PRP effect on follicular recruitment, oocyte competence, in vitro fertilization and embryo development in animals.…”
Section: The Use Of Prp To Improve In Vitro Embryo Production and Imp...mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In vitro embryo production (IVP) is a relatively recent type of assisted reproductive technology that has garnered worldwide popularity and acceptance (Fowler et al., 2018). This innovation generates new life by manipulating an embryo, such as an egg, sperm, or fertilized egg, within or outside the body (Ramos‐Deus et al., 2020). Embryo quality before implantation influences embryonic developmental efficiency after transfer (Tao et al., 2022).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%