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in embryo

At the very earliest stages of development, progress, or formation. The new London office is still very much in embryo, but we are about to begin an active recruiting campaign to bring in talented staff.

in ˈembryo

still in a very early stage of development: We have just one editor and a reporter, so you could say that the newspaper exists in embryo.
An embryo is an animal or a plant in the very early stages of its development before it is born, comes out of its egg, etc.
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It makes baby Emma the longest-frozen embryo ever to reach birth.
In spite of the supporting evidence for influence of embryo quality on the implantation, it should be noted that all of these studies have been retrospective.
Vitrification is so good and embryos come out of it so well that the benefit from improved endometrial receptivity outweighs any change in embryo quality.
Summary: A technology that allows for a better selection of embryos before they are implanted in the womb during the IVF procedure has been launched in the UAE.
IVF babies born from frozen embryos are heavier and result in longer pregnancies than those that are born from fresh embryos, research suggests.
Clinical effectiveness of elective single versus double embryo transfer: meta-analysis of individual patient data from randomised trials.
The study compared embryo transfers in states that require insurers to cover IVF costs with those in states that do not.
While the embryo was immobilized by suction with a holding pipette, a drilling pipette (internal diameter 22 [micro]m) was placed in close contact with the zona pellucida and a hole was made with a controlled stream of pronase (P8811) solution (5 mg/ml; 28 IU/ml prepared in H-SOF).
Day 2 of IVC was specifically chosen for analysis because embryo transfer in the porcine is most commonly done at the 2 to 4 cell stage on Day 2 of in vitro culture (Kikuchi et al.
A definition of the word embryo is important because this word may have differing meanings in the scientific, religious, and political communities.
Key words Chromosome aneuploidy--fluorescence in situ hybridization--mosaicism--pre-implantation human embryo
Such research could improve the chance a woman will get pregnant when only one embryo is transferred to her womb.
The bishops' June 20 submission to a parliamentary committee set up to scrutinize the draft Human Tissue and Embryo Bill was prepared by a committee overseen by Archbishop Peter Smith of Cardiff, Wales, chairman of the English and Welsh bishops' Department for Christian Responsibility and Citizenship.
The scientists procured 162 "relatively pristine" animal embryo fossils from the Neoproterozoic Doushantuo Formation of south central China.