Paper - In vitro fertilization and cleavage of human ovarian eggs 1948

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Menkin MR. and Rock J. In vitro fertilization and cleavage of human ovarian eggs. (1948) Amer. J. Obstet. Gynecol, 55, 440-452. PMID 18903892

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This historic 1944 paper by Rock J. and Menkin describes one of the earliest clinical investigations of in vitro fertilisation for humans.


See also by these authors the earlier 1944 paper with the same title Rock J. and Menkin MF. In vitro fertilization and cleavage of human ovarian eggs. (1944) Science 100 (2588): 105-107. PMID 17788930

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In Vitro Fertilization and Cleavage of Human Ovarian Eggs

John Charles Rock
John Charles Rock (1890-1984)


Miriam F. Menkin and John Rock


From the Department of Gynecology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, and the Fertility Clinic Laboratory, Free Hospital for Women, Brookline, Mass.


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