Paper - Can mammalian eggs undergo normal development in vitro

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Pincus G. and Enzmann EV. Can mammalian eggs undergo normal development in vitro? (1934) Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 20(2):121-2. PMID: 16587854

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This historic 1934 paper by Pincus and Enzmann describes one of the earliest clinical investigations of in vitro fertilisation.



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