In vitro fertilization-IVF
In vitro fertilization is a reproductive technology used to help with fertility. In vitro studies are conducted using components such as microorganisms, or biological molecules. These studies can be conducted in artificial culture media, and proteins can be examined in colloidal solution.
Chances of having a healthy baby using IVF depend on some factors like age and infertility. This process is time-consuming, expensive and invasive. Self-replication of DNA and RNA is called Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) in test tube. PCR helps in the isolation of proteins from a complex mixture of proteins and purification. IVF have some side effects like headaches, allergic reactions to medicines, bleeding.
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