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In Vitro Fertilization

Millions of individuals and families rely on in vitro fertilization (IVF), and your important, life-changing work makes all the difference. Avantor® can help by providing a wide selection of products designed to support IVF techniques, including cryogenic specialty products.

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These pre-tested products save you time and expense in complying with the College of American Pathologists and the American Society for Reproductive Medicine recommended standards for IVF labs.

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Prepare, store, manipulate, culture and transfer with confidence.

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See incubators designed to sustain accurate in vitro models of in vivo environments for optimum cell growth and reproducibility.

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CO2 incubators provide a stable and controlled environment with optimal temperature, humidity, and carbon dioxide levels for the growth and development of embryos.

Liquid nitrogen tanks are used in IVF labs to store and preserve embryos, eggs, and sperm at ultra-low temperatures (-196°C), ensuring their long-term viability for future use in fertility treatments.

Store biological samples, such as embryos, eggs, and sperm, at extremely low temperatures (-80°C) to maintain their viability and integrity for extended periods, allowing for long-term storage and future use in fertility treatments.

Laminar flows provide a continuous flow of filtered air, free from contaminants, to protect sensitive materials like embryos and eggs during procedures such as embryo handling, oocyte manipulation, and sperm preparation. The cabinets help minimize the risk of contamination and maintain the sterility required for successful IVF procedures.


In in vitro fertilization (IVF) labs, several types of microscopes are used, including inverted microscopes, stereomicroscopes, and high-powered compound microscopes for observing and manipulating embryos and sperm cells. Learn more.

Essential components in the decontamination and sterilization process, sterilizers remove the threat of microbial contamination in subsequent tests using the same equipment.

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