Normal birth after microsurgical enucleation of tripronuclear human zygotes: case report.
- Published Article
Human reproduction (Oxford, England)
- Publication Date
Jun 01, 2003
Microsurgical enucleation of a single pronucleus from each of three tripronuclear zygotes was performed and the embryos were transferred to a 38-year-old woman on day 3 after fertilization. A normal healthy baby boy was born at 38 weeks and 4 days gestation, demonstrating that with polyspermic fertilization, removal of the extra male pronucleus allows the zygote to develop normally.
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