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In vitro maturation of human oocytes and cumulus cells using a co-culture three-dimensional collagen gel system.
Metabolic, fluorescent dye and electrical coupling between hamster oocytes and cumulus cells during meiotic maturation in vivo and in vitro.
In vitro and in vivo studies reveal that hamster oocyte meiotic arrest is maintained only transiently by follicular fluid, but persistently by membrana/cumulus granulosa cell contact.
Susceptibility of human cumulus cells to bisphenol a In vitro.
The effect of short-term exposure of cumulus-oocyte complexes to in vitro maturation medium on yield of mature oocytes and usable embryos in stimulated cycles.
Cumulus cell gene expression as a potential biomarker for oocyte quality.
Metabolic imaging of human cumulus cells reveals associations among metabolic profiles of cumulus cells, patient clinical factors, and oocyte maturity.