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Eugin's Laboratory The most advanced technology in Assisted Reproduction. Probably the biggest specialised laboratory in Europe

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The test makes it possible to detect whether the father or mother are carriers of a disease of genetic origin and thereby reduce the risk of passing on that disease to their future children.

The test makes it possible to detect whether the father or mother are carriers of a disease of genetic origin and thereby reduce the risk of passing on that disease to their future children.

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Eugin's Laboratory The most advanced technology in Assisted Reproduction. Probably the biggest specialised laboratory in Europe

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Eugin's Laboratory The most advanced technology in Assisted Reproduction. Probably the biggest specialised laboratory in Europe

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IVF Laboratory: Microscopes and micromanipulators Area where ICSI, IMSI, DGP, Assisted Hatching or the Meiotic Spindle techniques are carried out.

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INVO: Development of the embryos in the woman’s own body The device allows the future mother to participate directly and personally in the development process of her own embryos http://www.eugin.co.uk/invo

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Eugin Clinic is one of the few European centres which use the sophisticated IVF Witness safety system to eliminate any risk of confusion in identifying eggs, sperm and embryo.

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Eugin Laboratory: Next-generation Tanks Liquid nitrogen allows the samples to be conserved in the best possible condition. Its temperature is almost -200° C (-195.8° C, to be exact) and at such a low temperature objects can remain frozen in a permanent state of pause and remain unaltered for many years without any problems. A series of enormous tanks distributed into compartments filled with liquid nitrogen are used to store and classify the samples.

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Fertility Centre: Cryopreservation room Constantly regulated, it is always kept at -196 ºC. Equipped with numerous security systems, in this room the eggs, embryos and sperm are perfectly preserved, protected and identified. Vitrification is the most efficient freezing technique, and is used automatically at EUGIN.

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