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Meiotic spindle dynamics in human oocytes following slow-cooling cryopreservation

Increased zona pellucida thickness and meiotic spindle disruption in oocytes from cigarette smoking mice

Meiotic spindle location and identification and its effect on embryonic cleavage plane and early development

Meiotic spindle imaging in human oocytes frozen with a slow freezing procedure involving high sucrose concentration

Follicular fluid from infertile women with mild endometriosis may compromise the meiotic spindles of bovine metaphase II oocytes

Fertilization and early embryology: Influence of maternal age on meiotic spindle assembly oocytes from naturally cycling women

Relationship between meiotic spindle location with regard to the polar body position and oocyte developmental potential after ICSI

Polscope analysis of meiotic spindle changes in living metaphase II human oocytes during the freezing and thawing procedures

Meiotic spindle morphogenesis in in vivo and in vitro matured mouse oocytes: insights into the relationship between nuclear and cytoplasmic quality

Limited recovery of meiotic spindles in living human oocytes after cooling–rewarming observed using polarized light microscopy

Visualization of the metaphase II meiotic spindle in living human oocytes using the Polscope enables the prediction of embryonic developmental competence after ICSI

Open pulled straws for vitrification of mature mouse oocytes preserve patterns of meiotic spindles and chromosomes better than conventional straws

Nucleocytoplasmic ratio of fully grown germinal vesicle oocytes is essential for mouse meiotic chromosome segregation and alignment, spindle shape and early embryonic development

Meiotic spindle configuration is differentially influenced by FSH and epidermal growth factor during in vitro maturation of mouse oocytes

Diethylstilbestrol (DES)-induced cell cycle delay and meiotic spindle disruption in mouse oocytes during in-vitro maturation

EZH2 is required for mouse oocyte meiotic maturation by interacting with and stabilizing spindle assembly checkpoint protein BubRI

l-carnitine supplementation during vitrification of mouse germinal vesicle stage–oocytes and their subsequent in vitro maturation improves meiotic spindle configuration and mitochondrial distribution in metaphase II oocytes

Vitrification of mouse oocytes using closed pulled straws (CPS) achieves a high survival and preserves good patterns of meiotic spindles, compared with conventional straws, open pulled straws (OPS) and grids

 

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The equivalent of the mitotic spindle in meiosis.

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