A genetic association study of kisspeptin 1/ neurokinin B systems in patients with infertility: is it that simple?


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VOLUME 114, ISSUE 4, P762-763


Charalampos Chatzicharalampous, M.D., Ph.D.


Reflections on "Female infertility is associated with an altered expression of the NKB/NK3R and kisspeptin/KISS1R systems in ovarian granulosa and cumulus cells" by Blasco et al.

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