HUMREP Volume 28 Issue 2 Pebruari 2013 (21-30)

Human Reproduction features full-length, peer-reviewed papers reporting original research, clinical case histories, as well as opinions and debates on topical issues. Papers published cover the scientific and medical aspects of reproductive physiology and pathology, endocrinology, andrology, gonad function, gametogenesis, fertilization, embryo development, implantation, pregnancy, genetics, genetic diagnosis, oncology, infectious disease, surgery, contraception, infertility treatment, psychology, ethics and social issues. The highest scientific and editorial standard is maintained throughout the journal along with a rapid rate of publication.

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ORIGINAL ARTICLE-High ovarian response does not jeopardize ongoing pregnancy rates and increases cumulative pregnancy rates in a GnRH antagonist protocol.pdf Download
ORIGINAL ARTICLE-Excessive androgen exposure in female to male transsexual persons of reproductive age induces hyperplasia of the ovarian cortex and stroma.pdf Download
ORIGINAL ARTICLE-Decline in semen concentration and morphology in a sample of 26609 men close to general population between 1989 and 2005 in France.pdf Download
ORIGINAL ARTICLE-Asthma in children born after infertility treatment- findings from the UK Millennium cohort study.pdf Download
ORIGINAL ARTICLE-Birthweight discordant female twins and their offsprings-is the intergenerational influence on birthweight due to genes or environment.pdf Download
ORIGINAL ARTICLE-Age at menopause and its influencing factors in a cohort of survivors of childhood cancer-earlier but rarely premature.pdf Download
The association of CGG repeats in the FMRI gene and timing of natural menopause.pdf Download
ORIGINAL ARTICLE-Embryos whose polar bodies contain isolated reciproal chromosome aneuploidy are almost always euploidy.pdf Download
ORIGINAL ARTICLE-Sequential comprehensive chromosom analysis on polar body, blatomere and trophoblast.pdf Download
ORIGINAL ARTICLE-Haploinsufficiency of the paternaleffect gene Dnmt3L results in transient DNA hypomethylation in progenitor cells of the male germline.pdf Download

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