UTERINE CONTROL OF EMBRYO IMPLANTATION

Grant number: 1055814 | Funding period: 2013 - 2016

Completed

Abstract

Successful establishment of pregnancy requires a viable embryo and a receptive uterus. The contribution that reduced uterine receptivity makes to human infertility is unknown. IVF patients with implantation failure will be investigated using different approaches to identify gene pathways that are altered in reduced uterine receptivity. This study could lead to a clinical test for uterine receptivity and help to improve fertility treatment options for women with repeated implantation failure.

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