Human Reproduction: Press release
BRCA1 gene mutation is linked to women having fewer eggs in their ovaries
Researchers have discovered a link between the BRCA1 gene mutation and lower levels of a hormone that is an indicator of the number of eggs left in a woman’s ovaries, according to research published in Human Reproduction, one of the world’s leading reproductive medicine journals.
MHR Special Series: Single Cell Analysis
Which techniques used in the study of single cell analysis are most effective?
This Special Series assesses current state-of-the-art techniques used in the field, the information that can be obtained by this mode of study and the limitations that it presents.
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Human Reproduction : Editor's Highlight
Prof. Hans Evers, Editor-in-Chief of Human Reproduction casts an eye on the April 2016 issue and choses his own highlight.
This month's highlight is based on the paper of Mancy Tong et al.: Proteomic characterization of macro-, micro- and nano-extracellular vesicles derived from the same first trimester placenta: relevance for feto-maternal communication
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Focus on Reproduction January 2016
Featured in this issue
- The maturity of in vitro maturation
- The dilemmas of sperm banking
- Reproductive genetics: 2015 in review
- The science of stimulation with Frank Broekmans
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Guideline on the management of premature ovarian insufficiency
The guideline development group is proud to announce that this new guideline is now available on the ESHRE website.
You can read the guideline and find all available details on this page.