IVF VET Solutions provides mouse embryos assays, consultancies, contract research and embryo in vitro production (IVP) media products.
IVF VET Solutions was established by Associate Professor Jeremy Thompson and Dr Robert Gilchrist from the School of Paediatrics and Reproductive Health at The University of Adelaide. Both have long and distinguished research careers in the development of cattle and sheep embryo technologies.
Based within the Discipline of Paediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology at The University of Adelaide, the facility offers a dynamic research-rich environment that fosters strong links between cutting-edge discoveries in basic and clinical research and their application in evidence-based practice in reproductive, pregnancy and child health.
MEA is the most widely used bioassay for the establishment of toxicity in any products manufactured/in use by IVF clinics. The toxicity of samples is determined by growing mouse embryos (in a protein free culture medium) from the zygote or 2-cell to the blastocyst stage with sample exposure specific to the use of an item/medium by the client.
Test samples will be provided by the client, with instructions as to how the sample would be used in the laboratory. Mouse embryo development is assessed following 92-96 hours of culture for development and recorded. A minimum of 2 weeks notice is required for testing, with a turnaround time of 5 days following the assay.
IVF VET Solutions offer vitrification services using both open and closed systems.
IVF VET Solutions has developed and manufactures a serum-free high efficacy media system designed to meet the metabolic needs of the oocyte and embryo. The consideration of critical events during IVM have led to the development of improved methodologies and media formulations which have been incorporated into IVF VET Solutions IVP Media Suite, resulting in an increase in embryo yield.
We supply a complete IVP media Suite globally.
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