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Current Trends in Clinical Embryology
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Current Trends in Clinical Embryology

CCE is the official journal of SIERR (Italian Society of Embryology, Reproduction and Research).

It is an online open acccess journal that publishes original articles, mini reviews, case reports and videos on biology of reproduction and clinical embryology regarding human and animal models.

CCE is the official journal of SIERR (Italian Society of Embryology, Reproduction and Research).

It is an online open access journal that proposes four-monthly scientific articles on biology of reproduction and clinic embryology regarding humans and animal models.

CCE publishes original articles, short-communications, videos, case reports, editorials, reviews, and commentaries on technology and ethical aspects.

The aim of this journal is to update readers on the avant-gardes in clinical embryology and inspire them so to turn current trends into standard procedures. CCE looks forward to publishing papers that go beyond problems, proposing original visions and solutions based on knowledge and expertise.

The journal wishes to contribute to the creation of an audience of thinkers and pioneers of clinical embryology to come. We eagerly encourage you to be part of this process, as readers and contributors, dedicated reviewers, either advocate or critic, focused on the maintenance and improvement of current professional standards in our specialty.

Research and education are fuel for improvement and embryology is a fertile field in constant evolution.
Enjoy your reading,

Laura Rienzi
Editor in Chief


Vol. 6 (No. 1) 2019 January - April

  1. Signalling pathways in primordial follicle activation in vitro and in vivo
    Gualtieri R., Barbato V., Di Nardo M., Costanzo V., Ruggiero M., Talevi R.
  2. Morphokinetic analysis of three cases of monozygotic twins (MZT)
    Anastasi A., Maccarini A.M., Arnone A., Trailo E., Bernardi S., Rastellini A., Lanzillotti S., Parmegiani L.
  3. The use of FSH in idiopathic male infertility
    Cargnelutti F., Petrozzi A., Lombardo F., Paoli D.
  4. About the endless possibilities of embryo development
    Minasi M.G., Colasante A., Varricchio M.T., Greco E.

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  1. Vitrification, an efficient cryopreservation procedure but still rising some debates
    Vanderzwalmen P., Ectors F., Stecher A., Connan D., Desmet D., Greindl J., Zech N., Wirleitner B.
    doi: 10.11138/cce/2014.1.1.034
  2. Effects of chemotherapeutic treatment on female reproductive function
    Lopes F., Spears N., Anderson R.A.
    doi: 10.11138/cce/2015.2.5.158
  3. A new simple and quick method for sperm preparation and selection prior to ICSI procedure
    Vizziello G., Baldini A., Porcelli G., Gliozheni E., Kati K., Baldini D., Vizziello D.
    doi: 10.11138/cce/2015.2.3.101
  4. 40 years of AZF locus
    Gatta V., Stuppia L.
    doi: 10.11138/cce/2017.4.1.014
  5. Benefits of using plant extracts in fertility preservation with special reference to Moringa oleifera
    Kalthur G., Nayak G., Salian S. R., Kumari S., Adiga S.K., Kalthur S.G.
    doi: 10.11138/cce/2015.2.5.186
  6. Embryologists perspective in handling gametes of cancer survivors in ART
    Roy V. S.
    doi: 10.11138/cce/2015.2.5.200
  7. Isolated ovarian follicle culture: a promising strategy for fertility preservation
    Sudhakaran S., Gualtieri R., Barbato V., Fiorentino I., Braun S., Merolla A., Talevi R.
    doi: 10.11138/cce/2015.2.5.177
  8. Closed versus open vitrification systems for human oocytes and embryos. A mini-review
    Paffoni A., Ferrari S., Restelli L.
    doi: 10.11138/cce/2014.1.1.012
  9. Traceability in IVF depends on each of us
    Chamayou S., Ragolia C., Guglielmino A.
    doi: 10.11138/cce/2017.4.1.001
  10. Role of oocyte vitrification for fertility preservation programs
    Zapata J.H., Palacios I.R.
    doi: 10.11138/cce/2015.2.5.167