Implantation of the Human Embryo: Research Lines and Models
From the Implantation Research Network ‘Fruitful’Bischof P. · Aplin J.D. · Bentin-Ley U. · Brannstrom M. · Casslen B. · Castrillo J.L. · Classen-Linke I. · Critchley H.O.D. · Devoto L. · D’Hooghe T. · Horcajadas J.A. · Groothuis P. · Ivell R. · Pongrantz I. · Macklon N.S. · Sharkey A. · Vicovac L. · White J.O. · Winterhager E. · von Wolff M. · Simon C. · Stavreus-Evers A.
Infertility is an increasing problem all over the world, and it has been estimated that 10–15% of couples in fertile age have fertility problems. Likewise induced unsafe abortion is a serious threat to women’s health. Despite advances made in assisted reproduction techniques, little progress has been made in increasing the success rate during fertility treatment. This document describes a wide range of projects carried out to increase the understanding in the field of embryo implantation research. The ‘Fruitful’ research network was created to encourage collaborations within the consortium and to describe our different research potentials to granting agencies or private sponsors.
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