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Improved development of ICR mouse 2-cell embryos by the addition of amino acids to a serum-, phosphate- and glucose-free medium

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Authors
Cho, Jongki; Park, Seungeun; Chung, Hyungmin; Shim, Hosup; Lee, Byeongchun; Rhee, Kihyeong; Kang, Sungkeun; Han, Jae Yong; Lee, Changkyu; Lee, Eunsong; Hwang, Woosuk; Lim, Jeongmook
Issue Date
2002
Publisher
Japanese Society of Veterinary Science
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Medical Science, vol.64 no.9, pp. 791-891
Abstract
This study was conducted to evaluate how exogenous amino acids could affect preimplantation development of ICR mouse embryos. Two-cell embryos collected from naturally mated mice were cultured in amino acid-, glucose- and phosphate-free preimplantation (P)-1 medium. In Experiments 1, 19 amino acids (aa; 1% and 0.5% of MEM essential and nonessential amino acid solutions, respectively) were added to P-1 medium supplemented with either fatty acid-free bovine serum albumin (BSA; 3 mg/mL) or human follicular fluid (hFF; 10%). Regardless of BSA or hFF addition, embryo development to the morula (84 to 86% vs. 97 to 100%) and the blastocyst (54% vs. 93 to 94%) stages was significantly (P<0.05) enhanced by the addition of aa compared with no addition. In Experiment 2, the cell number of blastomeres and inner cell mass (ICM) cells in blastocysts and the ratio of ICM cell to trophectodermal cell (TE) were evaluated after aa addition. In both BSA- and hFF-containing P-1 medium, a significant increase in total blastomere number were found after aa addition (47 to 52 vs. 62 to 63 cells) compared with no addition. However, the ICM/TE ratio was not significantly affected by aa supplementation in both media, while ICM cell number was greatly increased after aa addition in hFF-containing medium (12 vs. 17 cells). When blastocysts were further cultured up to 162 hr post-hCG injection, development to the hatched blastocyst stage was significantly promoted by aa addition (0% vs. 11 to 20%) in both BSA- and hFF-containing media. In conclusion, aa significantly promote the preimplantation development to the hatched blastocyst stage and such effect mainly exerted on supporting blastomere proliferation.
ISSN
0916-7250
Language
English
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/99046
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1292/jvms.64.797
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