In a scientific first, researchers from the US and the UK have taken early-stage human egg cells and grown them to full maturity in the lab. It's an important proof-of-concept that could eventually yield new infertility treatments for women.
Growing eggs from their earliest stage could lead to better infertility treatments.
This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article. Scientists have for the first time shown that fully mature egg cells can be grown in the lab, raising hope for new infertility treatments. Until n...
Japanese scientists said Monday they had grown mouse eggs entirely in the lab, then fertilised them to yield fertile offspring, a scientific first cautiously hailed by experts in human reproduction.
Scientists have succeeded for the first time in growing human eggs in a laboratory from the earliest stages in ovarian tissue all the way to full maturity – a scientific step that had previously been taken in mice. Publishing their ...