Measurement of transcript levels in single human oocytes with the use of Nanostring and correlation with protein expression identified biologically meaningful oocyte-to-oocyte heterogeneity in functionally important regulatory pathways.
Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay measurement of antim€ullerian hormone (AMH) is a composite of inactive precursor and receptor-competent forms of AMH, which may confound its use for clinical assessment of ovarian function.
A factor analysis identified multiple factors that are responsible for the abnormalities associated with PCOS. Hyperandrogenemia was a common underlying feature of the metabolic and reproductive abnormalities in women with PCOS.
Patients with type 2 deiodinase (D2) Ala92Ala genotype, associated with an increased risk for diabetes, have decreased placental D2 activity that is not associated with dysglycemia or adverse gestational outcomes.
This study demonstrates that distribution in metaphase I is nonrandom and influenced by chromosome size, gene density, and acrocentric chromosome morphology. Results support that some features defining chromosome territories are maintained during meiosis.
In slow-frozen/rapid-thawed ovarian tissue from cancer patients, a bioenergy/oxidative stress assessment based on confocal laser scanning microscopy allows identification of functionally preserved tissue.
In this meta-analysis including patients who underwent uterine preservation for endometrial neoplasia, oncologic and reproductive outcomes were not impaired in older patients with previous infertility or obesity.
Vitrification of ovarian tissue employing ethylene glycol and dimethyl sulfoxide in metallic grids preserves morphology of follicles and stroma, and maintains proliferation, viability, and vascularization status similarly to fresh tissue.
Knowledge regarding ovulation, fertility, and conception is limited in key areas among a sample of reproductive-age US women. Future initiatives should prioritize improved provider engagement and accurate information dissemination in Web-based venues.
Antioxidant intake and time to pregnancy (TTP) among couples treated for infertility was examined. Increased b-carotene, vitamin C, or vitamin E intakes are associated with shorter TTP in specific subgroups.
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