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RBA Research

My Egg Bank and Reproductive Biology Associates demonstrated its leadership in the development of groundbreaking infertility treatment research at the annual meetings of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM). Multiple presentations authored by the scientific team were accepted and all were very well received by our peers. The predominant focus of the science presented was our ongoing success with egg freezing... a technology RBA has been at the forefront of for over a decade. RBA Scientific Director, Dr. Zsolt Peter Nagy, said "My Egg Bank continues to produce some of the best success rates in the world from our unique egg freezing protocol. The technology has enhanced the care of our IVF patients, women seeking to preserve their fertility, and patients utilizing our frozen donor egg bank".



Reproductive Biology Associates demonstrated its leadership in the development of groundbreaking infertility treatment research at this year’s annual meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM)




Paper published in "Fertility and Sterility".

This study was to determine the activity level of PAF (ligand and receptor transcript) content in motile and nonmotile sperm.

Our study objective was to determine the predictive value of the SPA with pregnancy rates in our IUI program.

Our objective was to study chromosome alignment and microtubule dynamics in the course of artificial meiosis, after transferring G2/M (4N) somatic cell nuclei into GV ooplasts.

The objective of this study was to evaluate the correlation between DFI and outcome in patients receiving ICSI treatment.

This study was to determine the relationship between sperm fertilization and the Hyaluronan Binding Assay.

The objective of the study was to investigate if it was possible to apply the PGD protocol in a way that it can be used for PCR analyses using lysed embryonic cells instead of intact cells.

The objective of the present study was to investigate if it was possible to augment the PGD protocol in a way that it can be used for FISH analyses using degenerated/lysed embryonic cells instead of intact/living cells.


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