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|Advantages of the outgrowth model for evaluating the implantation competence of blastocysts|
|Jihyun Kim, Jaewang Lee, Jin Hyun Jun|
Clin Exp Reprod Med. 2020;47(2):85-93. Published online May 7, 2020
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