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Fig. 5 | Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology

Fig. 5

From: Segmental aneuploidy in human blastocysts: a qualitative and quantitative overview

Fig. 5

Frequency of single segmental aneuploid (SSA) blastocysts, with detailed types of SSA (Fig. 5a) and average mean SSA sizes (open circles; Mb, Fig. 5b) according to the Denver classification system. Averaged mean size (open circles) of each SSA type classified by the Denver Standard System (Fig. 5c). Error bars represent 95% confidence interval in Mb. Footnote: Different superscripts represent statistically significant differences (P < 0.05) in SSA size between chromosome categories or SSA types within C-chromosome category

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