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1971 1
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1974 8
1975 8
1976 23
1977 16
1978 33
1979 32
1980 20
1981 18
1982 21
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1984 36
1985 26
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1987 31
1988 37
1989 41
1990 53
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1992 43
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1998 77
1999 72
2000 68
2001 89
2002 79
2003 127
2004 100
2005 132
2006 158
2007 170
2008 185
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2010 204
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Reproductive genetics and the aging male
Yatsenko AN and Turek PJ. J Assist Reprod Genet 2018 - Review. PMID 29524155 Free PMC article.
Sperm morphology: assessment, pathophysiology, clinical relevance, and state of the art in 2017
Gatimel N, et al. Andrology 2017 - Review. PMID 28692759 Free article.
However, except in the case of some specific sperm defects (easy to detect with 99 or 100% of spermatozoa affected) and which are often linked to genetic disorders (globozoospermia, macrocephaly, decapitated sperm syndrome and fibrous sheath dysplasia), sperm morphology assessment has very poor sensitivity and specificity in the diagnosis of infertility. ...
However, except in the case of some specific sperm defects (easy to detect with 99 or 100% of spermatozoa affected) and which are oft …
Genetic aspects of monomorphic teratozoospermia: a review
De Braekeleer M, et al. J Assist Reprod Genet 2015 - Review. PMID 25711835 Free PMC article.
Teratozoospermia is characterized by the presence of spermatozoa with abnormal morphology over 85 % in sperm. When all the spermatozoa display a unique abnormality, teratozoospermia is said to be monomorphic. ...Macrozoospermia is defined as the presence of a very high percentage of spermatozoa with enlarged head and multiple flagella. ...
Teratozoospermia is characterized by the presence of spermatozoa with abnormal morphology over 85 % in sperm. When all the spermat
Morphological defects, sperm DNA integrity, and protamination of bovine spermatozoa.
Boe-Hansen GB, et al. Andrology 2018. PMID 29633574 Free article.
Sperm DNA fragmentation and damage has a negative effect on embryo development and subsequently fertility, with bull spermatozoa generally displaying low levels of DNA damage and tight chromatin. ...The percentage of morphological normal spermatozoa was correlated negatively to DFI; τKen(2 ) = -0.168, MCB; -0.116 and HCB; -0.137 (p < 0.001). ...
Sperm DNA fragmentation and damage has a negative effect on embryo development and subsequently fertility, with bull spermatozoa gene …
Sperm DNA Fragmentation: Mechanisms of Origin
Muratori M, et al. Adv Exp Med Biol 2019. PMID 31301047
Spermatozoa have the task to deliver an intact paternal genome to the oocyte and to support a successful embryo development. ...Whether or not mature spermatozoa are able to trigger a cell death program is not yet clarified. In particular, it is not clear whether apoptotic nucleases or reactive oxygen species are responsible for producing DNA breaks in ejaculated mature spermatozoa. ...
Spermatozoa have the task to deliver an intact paternal genome to the oocyte and to support a successful embryo development. ...Wheth
Homozygous deletion of SUN5 in three men with decapitated spermatozoa.
Elkhatib RA, et al. Hum Mol Genet 2017. PMID 28541472
A recent study of 17 men with decapitated spermatozoa found that 8 carried two rare SUN5 alleles, and concluded that loss of SUN5 function causes the acephalic spermatozoa syndrome. ...Thus, definitive proof that loss of SUN5 function causes the acephalic spermatozoa syndrome is still lacking. Based on these findings, we determined the sequence of the SUN5 gene in three related men of North African origin with decapitated spermatozoa. ...
A recent study of 17 men with decapitated spermatozoa found that 8 carried two rare SUN5 alleles, and concluded that loss of SUN5 fun …
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