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Intracytoplasmic sperm injection

Intracytoplasmic sperm injection or ICSI (intracytoplasmic sperm injection) is a technique of assisted reproduction that consists in the fertilization of oocytes by injection of a sperm into their cytoplasm by means of a micropipette, after obtaining and preparing the gametes for the purpose of to obtain embryos that can be transferred to the maternal womb. With this technique, the acrosome reaction (union of the spermatozoon with the zona pellucida, penetration of the area, union and fusion of the spermatozoon with the oolema) is dispensed with.

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There are differences between this technique and classical in vitro fertilization. The steps before and after insemination are the same for classical in vitro fertilization without ICSI, only the technique used for insemination changes. In order to perform ICSI, only one sperm per ovule is needed, whereas in classical in vitro fertilization without ICSI, between 50,000 and 100,000 are necessary, since it is the sperm that has to overcome the ovule’s barriers to penetrate it. Once fertilized, the ovum becomes a pre-embryo and is transferred to the uterus so that it can continue its development.

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