Holding pipettes are used for the stabilisation of the oocytes during intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) and the embryos during embryo biopsy procedure.
Optimal tip length and design, and inner diameter size enable a precise aspiration control. These micropipettes are provided in two different sizes in order to meet your varying micromanipulation requirements.
ICSI pipettes are used to aspirate the sperm cell and inject into the oocyte during an ICSI procedure. Optimally parallel design and elvow-to-tip length enable a precise intraluminal fliud control, which gives better control during sperm injection and makes carriage of multiple sperms possible. Also includes an optimally designed sharp tip enables easy penetration into zona pellucida and a gentle entrance in the cytoplasm
Fertility Biopsy Micropipettes
Biopsy pipettes are used for the biospy of polar bodies from oocytes, blastomeres from cleavage stage embryos and trophectoderm cells from blastocysts, for purposes of preimplantation genetic diagnosis.
The smoothed tip prevents damage to the cells, and the optimally narrowed elbow-to-tip design enables a precisely sensitive aspiration control.