Our R&D centre receives support from CDTI to study new strategies to prevent prevalence of chromosomal abnormalities

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The Embryotools R&D centre has received support from CDTI (Center for technological and industrial development) to carry out another innovative project with the aim to study new strategies to prevent or reduce the prevalence of chromosomal abnormalities at the early stages of the embryo development.