SOHLHs are essential for fertility regardless of gender or population

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VOLUME 114, ISSUE 2, P283-284

Author:

Wei Cui, Ph.D.

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Reflections on "Intronic variation of the SOHLH2 gene confers risk to male reproductive impairment: by Cerván-Martín et al.

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