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Sexual differentiation and preimplantation cell growth.

Authors
Pergament, E; Fiddler, M; Cho, N; Johnson, D; Holmgren, WJ
Citation
Human reproduction (Oxford, England), 9(9):1730-1732, 1994
Journal Title
Human reproduction (Oxford, England)
ISSN
0268-11611460-2350
Abstract
Growth rates of human preimplantation embryos fertilized in vitro were assessed and compared to the sex of the pregnancy outcome. The likelihood of a liveborn male was significantly greater than that of a female if the mean number of cells/embryo was four or greater at the scheduled time of transfer (odds ratio of 6:1). This finding suggested that the Y chromosome expresses factors which influence embryonic growth rates immediately after fertilization.
MeSH terms
Blastocyst/*cytologyCell CountCell DivisionEmbryo TransferEmbryonic and Fetal DevelopmentFemaleFertilization in VitroHumansInfertility/therapyMalePregnancy*Sex DifferentiationSex RatioTime FactorsY Chromosome
PMID
7836527
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