A recent study by Lopes et al (2019) shows that supplementation of in vitro maturation medum with bovine follicular fluid (NaturARTs COW BFF) improves in vitro embryo production compared to the standard supplementation with fetal bovine serum (FBS). Specifically, in vitro matured cumulus-oocyte complexes display a higher cumulus expansion rate and there is a faster…
During 2018 an 2019, first pigs and calves from embryos in vitro produced by using biofluids have been born. These animals will now live in a sanctuary until adulthood in order to study the impact of ART on their health. Follow the news here (Spanish only).
Confirmed: Embryos produced with NaturARTs fluids are closer to in vivo produced embryos than those produced without fluids
Published the first evidences showing that pig embryos produced in vitro with our NaturARTs fluids (genome-wide analysis of gene expression by single blastocyst RNA-Seq and DNA methylation by single blastocyst Bisulfite-Seq) are closer to in vivo produced embryos than those lacking of NaturARTs fluids. Follow the publication in eLife by Cánovas et al. by clicking…
Next 7-8th September 2018, the Association of Embryo Technology in Europe (AETE) will held its 34th scientific meeting in Nantes (France). EmbryoCloud is proud to support this event. You will find all our products in the brochures inside your bag. Any further information just contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. See you all in Nantes!!!
In June 2017 Dr. Pilar Coy, from our scientific division, was interviewed by STAT, publication focused on finding and telling compelling stories about health, medicine, and scientific discovery. Read the full interview here.
Publication in eLIFE: The use of reproductive fluids in the ART can mitigate the detrimental effect of in vitro culture conditions
Please, click the link below to read the article by Cánovas et al. (2017). DNA methylation and gene expression changes derived from assisted reproductive technologies can be decreased by reproductive fluids.
New publication suggesting the use of reproductive fluids as additives for the Assisted Reproduction Technologies
Please, click the link below to read the article by Coy and Yanagimachi (2015). The common and species-specific roles of oviductal proteins in mammalian fertilization and embryo development.
Please, click the link below to read the article by Romar et al. (2016). In vitro fertilisation in pigs: new molecules and protocols to consider in the forthcoming years.
Recently published article shows the advantages of NaturARTs products for the production and cryopreservation of bovine embryo
Please, click the link below to read the article by Lopera et al. (2017). Effect of bovine oviductal fluid on development and quality of bovine embryos produced in vitro.