Published in Medical Imaging Law Weekly, December 21st, 2004
According to a study from Israel, "it has been suggested that ovarian cryopreservation and xeno-transplantation can be used to preserve oocytes from damage during anticancer treatments. The main obstacle to subsequent ovarian grafting is loss of oocytes due to impaired perfusion. The aim of this study was to characterize angiogenic events following ovary xenotransplantation."
"Rat ovaries were transplanted into or onto the muscle of immunocompromised CD1-nude mice. Ovariectomy (OVX) of host mice prior to transplantation supported the resumption of follicular development, as...
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