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Fig. 1 | Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology

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From: Anti-Müllerian hormone and progesterone levels in human follicular fluid are predictors of embryonic development

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Correlation of follicular fluid hormones with embryonic development. a Schematic representation of patient selection, sample inclusion, fertilisation and embryo development. SET: Single Embryo Transfer; DET: Double Embryo Transfer; PN: Pronucleus; +hCG: positive human chorionic gonadotropin (pregnancy) test. b Diagrammatic representation of differential oocyte quality and subsequent embryonic developmental competence. Follicular fluid used in the current study was isolated from the first follicular aspiration, during oocyte recovery at a private fertility clinic. The developmental outcome of each oocyte was recorded based on whether they reached blastocyst on Day 5 of in vitro embryo culture. Samples were classified as either fertilising and developing to blastocyst (BLAST) or fertilising but failing to develop to blastocyst (FERT). Corresponding follicular fluid was evaluated for anti-Mullerian hormone (AMH) and progesterone (P4) protein levels. This figure was prepared using the Biomedical PPT toolkit suite (www.motifolio.com)

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