Queensland Fertility Group’s research is recognised around Australia and around the world, and we have been at the forefront of contributions to IVF and ART research for at least 30 years.
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Queensland Fertility Group's most recent published research includes:
Sperm DNA Fragmentation and Aneuploidy
Relationship between sperm chromatin structure assay and sperm-hyaluronan binding
A Prospective Randomised Controlled Trial of 36 vs 38 hour Maturation Trigger for Oocyte Retrieval
Demographic changes in patients seeking diagnosis and treatment for infertility over 30 years
Using 100% Implantation Cycles to Identify the Impact of Early Cleavage Morphometrics
CFTR mutation screening in an assisted reproductive clinic.
Antioxidants for male subfertility
Fibroids in infertility – consensus statement from ACCEPT
Miscarriage karyotype and its relationship with maternal body mass index, age and mode of conception.
Infertility, in Examination Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, in Examination Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Relationship between sperm aneuploidy levels and sperm parameters and patient age
Who would benefit most from mild ovarian stimulation? Oocyte utilisation rates and anti-Mullerian hormone (AMH) levels provide the answer
Bisatellited marker chromosomes in an infertile population.
Cystic fibrosis in two azospermic male patients
Alkylation of sperm DNA is associated with male factor infertility and a reduction in the proportion of oocytes fertilised during assisted reproduction.
The volume of sample applied to the Makler chamber does not influence the concentration as determined using latex beads: A multi-centre study
A new scoring system for early human embryos
Early cleavage and the nuclear status of day 2 embryos
The fate of frozen embryos after pregnancy
Reasons for rejecting potential oocyte, embryo and semen donors
Embryo development as related to sperm DNA integrity
Sperm FISH in translocation carriers – What frequency of normal/balanced sperm karyotypes correlates with chance of achieving a pregnancy
Association of sperm aneuploidy with embryo growth rates and morphology.
A Comparison of cytotoxicity tests and the validation of results using samples from an external quality assurance scheme
Utilisation of cryopreserved material in a fertility preservation service
The effect of sperm aneuploidy rates on embryo growth rates and quality
The density of human semen and the validation of weight as an indicator of volume: a multicentre study.