Automated monitoring of human embryonic cells up to the 5-cell stage in time-lapse microscopy images
Measurement of the proliferative behavior of human embryonic cells in vitro is important to many biomedical applications ranging from basic biology research to advanced applications, such as determining embryo viability during in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments. Automated prediction of the embryo viability, by tracking cell divisions up to the 4-cell stage, improves embryo selection and may lead to increased success rates in IVF pregnancies. Recent research in cell biology has suggested...[Show more]
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