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Blastocyst vitrification versus slow freeze: a retrospective comparison of blastocyst survival, expansion and implantation rate



Blastocyst vitrification versus slow freeze: a retrospective comparison of blastocyst survival, expansion and implantation rate



Fertility and Sterility 100(3): S182-S183




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DOI: 10.1016/j.fertnstert.2013.07.1431


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