Breakthrough research on human blastoids and impact on IVF and contraception

Human blastoid fluorescently labeled for markers of tight junctions (yellow), adherence junctions (magenta), and apical domain (cyan). ©Rivron/Nature/IMBA

The development of human blastoids, human embryo models at IMBA, paves the way for improving in vitro fertilization success rate and new non-hormonal, user-friendly contraception. This breakthrough from the Rivron lab is now published in the journal Nature.

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