Micromanipulation Tools

Micromanipulation tools are thin pipettes used under the microscope to perform certain techniques to individual eggs, sperm, or embryos to improve fertilization and/or pregnancy rates. ICSI (Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection) is a microinjection technique where a sperm cell is injected into an egg (oocyte) using a very thin needle. Various other micromanipulation tools are used for other micromanipulation methods – such as PZD Pipettes for zona dissection and Biopsy pipettes for the removal of a blastomere cell, trophectoderm cells or polar body for preimplantation genetic testing.

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  • For removing a blastomere cell, trophectoderm cells or polar body for preimplantation genetic testing.

    • Flat tip design to minimize damage to cell membrane
    • Pipette tips are specially polished to protect cell membrane
    • Internal diameter range: from 15 μm to 35 μm
      15 μm for polar body biopsy
      25 μm for trophectoderm biopsy
      30 to 35 μm for blastomere biopsy
  • For holding oocyte, embryo or blastocyst during intracytoplasmic sperm injection or PGT techniques. Kitazato Holding pipettes consistent lumen diameter, smooth edges, oocytes and embryos can be handled with minimal trauma.

    • Smooth polished tip
    • High level of control of specimen
    • Different diameters available for different techniques
    • Two internal diameters available: 15-20 μm and 25-30 μm.
    • Smaller diameter ideal for holding an oocyte
    • Larger diameter ideal for embryo biopsy procedures
  • Designed for minimal oocyte degeneration. Smooth, fluid control during micromanipulation. For intracytoplasmic injection of sperm inside the oocyte

    • Spiked tip to minimise damage to oocyte
    • Smooth handling of sperm and cytoplasm
    • Long and short walls

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