List of Posters

Board no.

Presentation title

1

COMPARISON OF THE RESULTS OF PREIMPLANTATION GENETIC SCREENING: a-CGH and NGS

N. Aleksandrova, E. Shubina, A. Ekimov, I. Mukosey, N. Makarova, E. Kulakova, D. Trofimov,

T. Kodyleva
Russia

 

2

ALTERING THE MINERALS OF MATERNAL NUTRITION CAN AFFECT THE NEWBORNS SEX PRESELECTION

A. Almimaidi, A. Ammari Aiman, Q. Algady Mauth, H. Almutary Mohsen

Saudi Arabia; Yemen

 

3

IMPLEMENTATION OF NON-INVASIVE PRENATAL TESTING (NIPT) FOR FETAL ANEUPLOIDY IN A GENERAL SCREENING POPULATION IN A SPANISH CENTER

B. Bermejo, S. Cigarran, R. Santamaría
Spain

 

4

ASSESSMENT OF MOSAICISM CONCORDANCE IN THE WHOLE EMBRYO USING HR-NEXT GENERATION SEQUENCING AND THE CLINICAL IMPACT OF CURRENT CALLING PRACTICES

J. Blazek, M. Large, T. Gordon, M. Hughes
USA

5

CHROMOSOMAL MICROARRAY HAS ONLY A MODERATE CONTRIBUTION OVER STANDARD KARYOTYPING IN FETUSES WITH ISOLATED INCREASED NUCHAL TRANSLUCENCY
D. Brabbing-Goldstein
, A. Reches, A. Bar Shira, Y. Yaron
Israel

 

6

FIRST PREGNANCY FOLLOWING IN VITRO FERTILIZATION COMBINED WITH PRE-IMPLANTATION GENERIC SCREENING IN GEORGIA
L. Chkonia
, N. Kutchukhidze, T. Zhorzholadze, T. Barbakadze, N. Janelidze, T. Charkviani
Georgia

 

7

NON INVASIVE TESTING USING IN HOUSE WHOLE GENOME APPROACH ON ILLUMINA SMALL BENCHTOP SEQUENCER

M. Hýblová, J. Budiš, F. Ďuriš, J. Gazdarica, R. Hekel, L. Striešková, G. Minárik, T. Szemeš
Slovakia

8

A CASE REPORT: PGD (PREIMPLANTATION GENETIC DIAGNOSIS) AND PGS (PREIMPLANTATION GENETIC SCREENING) FOR OSTEOGENESIS IMPERFECTA AND DIAGNOSTIC CONFIRMATION OF NON-TRANSFERRED BLASTOCYSTS
B. Kazak, P.J. Laitinen-Forsblom, B. Poost, U. Noss, C. Nevinny-Stickel-Hinzpeter, A. Pfeufer
Germany

 

9

TROPHECTODERM REBIOPSY RESULTS FROM EMBRYOS WITH INITIAL INCONCLUSIVE RESULTS USING 24-CHROMOSOME SINGLE NUCLEOTIDE POLYMORPHISM (SNP) MICROARRAY
M. Kiehl
, K. Howard, J. Adsit, C. Chou, K. Merrion
USA

 

10

IS THERE A RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BLASTOCYST DEVELOPMENT AND ANEUPOLOIDY RATE?
V. Kuznyetsov
, R. Antes, J. Caballero, S. Madjunkova, C. Librach
Canada

 

11

COMPREHENSIVE CHROMOSOMAL SCREENING REDUCES THE NUMBER OF EMBRYO TRANSFERS AND MISCARRIAGES BUT DOES NOT AFFECT ONGOING PREGNANCY RATES PER STARTED CYCLES
L. Nánássy
, G. Teglas, A. Vereczkey
Hungary

 

12

KARYOLITE-BOBS FOR PREIMPLANTATION GENETIC SCREENING
P. Niyomrattanakit, P. Patipipat, R. Chantawee, W. Kanhakit, S. Chooduang, O. Thepmanee,

S. Chowichian, K. Tangskulpakdee, S. Petchtananon, U. Jetsawangsri
Thailand

 

13

MONOZYGOTIC TWINS DISCORDANT FOR TRISOMY 4
R. Quiroga
, P. Calvo Hoyos, E. Rodriguez Tarrega, V. Diago Almela, C. Orellana Alonso, M. Rossello Piera, S. Monfort Membrando, A. Perales Marin
Spain

 

14

FETAL FRACTION ESTIMATION FOR NONINVASIVE PRENATAL SCREENING (NIPS)
J. Shubina
, I. Barkov, A. Goltsov, I. Mukosey, T. Jankevic, D. Trofimov
Russia

 

15

High carrier frequency of CFTR, PAH, GJB2 and galt genes mutations associated with monogenic diseases in Russian population
D.D. Abramov, V. Kadochnikova, M.V. Belousova, A.A. Ragimov, J. Shubina, V.A. Baharav, I. Barkov, A.E. Donnikov, D. Trofimov
Russia

 

16

COMPREHENSIVE CHROMOSOMAL SCREENING (CCS) SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCES MISCARRIAGE RATES
A. Vereczkey, G. Teglas, L. Nanassy
Hungary

 

17

ANALYSIS OF PGD UPTAKE AFTER EXPANDED CARRIER SCREENING: ATTITUDES AND REPRODUCTIVE DECISIONS OF HIGH-RISK COUPLES
S. Yarnall, S. Sehnert, S. Rodriguez, C. Benadiva, R. Prates, J. Miller, S. Munne, S.H. Chen, D.I. Hoffman, N. Kumar
USA