Gábor Vajta focuses on Andrology, Blastocyst, Vitrification, Embryo and Cryopreservation. His Andrology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Embryo transfer, Ovarian reserve, Luteal phase, Ovulation induction and Pregnancy rate. His Blastocyst study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Embryo culture, Oocyte and Somatic cell.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Embryo cryopreservation and Risk analysis. His work on Anatomy expands to the thematically related Embryo. Infertility is closely connected to Gynecology in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Cryopreservation.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Andrology, Embryo, Blastocyst, Vitrification and Cryopreservation. His Andrology research includes elements of Embryo transfer, Embryo culture, Embryogenesis, Immunology and Oocyte. His study in Embryo is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both In vitro, Anatomy and Somatic cell.
His Blastocyst research incorporates elements of Blastomere, Molecular biology and Zygote. His Vitrification research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cryoprotectant and Hatching, Animal science. His Cryobiology study in the realm of Cryopreservation interacts with subjects such as Oocyte cryopreservation.
Andrology, Blastocyst, Embryo, Cloning and Somatic cell nuclear transfer are his primary areas of study. He mostly deals with Vitrification in his studies of Andrology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Biosafety and Cryoprotectant in addition to Vitrification.
His Blastocyst study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Embryo transfer and Preimplantation genetic diagnosis. His Embryo research incorporates themes from Cell and Transgene. His research integrates issues of Biotechnology and Animal science in his study of Cryopreservation.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Blastocyst, Andrology, Embryo transfer, Transgene and Cloning. His study on Blastocyst is covered under Genetics. The study of Andrology is intertwined with the study of Bioinformatics in a number of ways.
Gábor Vajta combines subjects such as Odds ratio, Ovulation induction, Gynecology, Obstetrics and Advanced maternal age with his study of Embryo transfer. His Transgene research integrates issues from Mutation, Cancer research and Genetically modified organism. His Cloning research includes themes of Reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction, Somatic cell nuclear transfer, Molecular biology and Embryo.
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OPEN PULLED STRAW (OPS) VITRIFICATION;A NEW WAY TO REDUCE CRYOINJURIES OF BOVINE OVA AND EMBRYOS
G. Vajta;P. Holm;M. Kuwayama;P.J. Booth.
Molecular Reproduction and Development (1998)
Highly efficient vitrification method for cryopreservation of human oocytes.
Masashige Kuwayama;Gábor Vajta;Osamu Kato;Stanley P Leibo.
Reproductive Biomedicine Online (2005)
Comparison of open and closed methods for vitrification of human embryos and the elimination of potential contamination
Masashige Kuwayama;Gábor Vajta;Shoko Ieda;Osamu Kato.
Reproductive Biomedicine Online (2005)
Are programmable freezers still needed in the embryo laboratory? Review on vitrification
Gábor Vajta;Zsolt Péter Nagy.
Reproductive Biomedicine Online (2006)
New method for culture of zona-included or zona-free embryos: the Well of the Well (WOW) system.
G. Vajta;T.T. Peura;P. Holm;A. Páldi.
Molecular Reproduction and Development (2000)
Improving cryopreservation systems.
Gábor Vajta;Masashige Kuwayama.
Vitrification of the oocytes and embryos of domestic animals
Animal Reproduction Science (2000)
Effective cryopreservation of human embryonic stem cells by the open pulled straw vitrification method.
B Reubinoff;Martin Frederick Pera;Gabor Vajta;Alan Osborne Trounson.
Human Reproduction (2001)
The use of pigs in neuroscience: modeling brain disorders.
Nanna Marie Lind;Anette Moustgaard;Jacob Jelsing;Gabor Vajta.
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews (2007)
SUCCESSFUL VITRIFICATION OF EARLY STAGE BOVINE IN VITRO PRODUCED EMBRYOS WITH THE OPEN PULLED STRAW (OPS) METHOD
G. Vajta;P. J. Booth;P. Holm;T. Greve.
Cryo letters (1997)
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