Oocyte and Embryo Vitrification
Vitrification is a technology used in the embryo and egg freezing process so that they can be stored for later use. This technology has many uses outside of fertility care with egg and embryo freezing, it allows something with a crystalline structure to converted into something very smooth. cryobiology, has come up with 2 methods that work well with human embryos, slow freezing and vitrification.Oocyte vitrification is followed by intracytoplasmic sperm injection leads to lower embryo developmental competence compared with when used fresh insemination methods. However, pregnancy and implantation rates become higher when embryos are transferred into a more receptive endometrium, free of the adverse effects of gonadotropin. Moreover, the freeze-all method leads exceptional clinical outcomes. Preservation of female genetics is currently done by primarily means of oocyte and embryo cryopreservation. This field has seen much progress in history, progress dr predominantly driven by research in humans, mice and cows. Two basic cryopreservation techniques rule this field controlled & rate freezing, the first to be developed and vitrification, which, in recent years,it has gained a foothold. While much progress has achieved in human medicine, the cattle industry and in laboratory of animals. Preservation of female genetics can be done by the preservation of germplasm (oocytes and embryos).