Advantages of vitrifying and freezing embryos with Vitrogen
Cryopreservation of embryos is divided into vitrification and freezing. While the first is done at an ultra-fast speed, the second is slow. Twenty years ago the first calves were born from vitrification by Vitrogen, which has since successfully improved the techniques that allow frozen and vitrified embryos to maintain an excellent pregnancy rate.
The use of cryopreserved embryos is a way to ensure the best use of In Vitro Fertilization, allowing greater use of embryos, especially when there are not many females to be used as recipients, avoiding their disposal and allowing the export of genetic material.
Advantages of Vitrogen Cryopreserved Embryos:
➤ Safe and profitable investment
➤ indefinite storage
➤ Easy logistics for long distances
➤ Use of commercial animals as recipients
➤ Lower cost of transporting genetic material
➤ Opening of new international borders for the export of genetics