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Men have a lot to learn about their own fertility

Men generally have limited awareness of those factors that may contribute to their infertility, according to a survey conducted by researchers at ...

Zika infection reduces fertility, lowers testosterone in male mice

Human studies needed to determine if men similarly affected ...

New sperm research could lead to cut in infertility rate

Sperm and mathematics don't appear to be the likeliest of bedfellows - but new research bringing the two together could lead to devices that could ... Full story

Study reveals gene’s role in male infertility

By Tom Gresham University Public Affairs (804) 828-6051 [email protected] In this figure a transmission electron microscopic image (top) shows the array of manchette microtubules running lateral to the nucleus ... Full story

Researchers Find Fertility Genes Required for Sperm Stem Cells

RHOX transcription factor genes are mutated in infertile men and RHOX10 drives stem cells in the testis ... Full story

Saltwater crocodile sperm may hold secret to male infertility

Saltwater crocodiles may help solve male infertility after a remarkable discovery that crocodile sperm, after leaving the testes, behave differently than previously thought. ... Full story

Milestone Reached on Path Toward a New Male Contraceptive

Research led by UVA cell biologist John Herr has taken a significant step toward developing a male contraceptive. ... Full story

Male-specific hormone can influence other siblings in the uterus

Scientists at The University of Nottingham have shown, for the first time, that a naturally occurring hormone which plays a major role in the development of the male fetus can, in the early stages of pregnancy, transfer into a ‘neighbouring’ fetus and potentially influence the development of female as well as male twins. ... Full story

Male fetal hormone could influence the making of woman as well as man

Scientists at The University of Nottingham have shown, for the first time, that a naturally occurring hormone which plays a major role in the development of the male fetus can, in the early stages of pregnancy, transfer into a ‘neighbouring’ fetus and potentially influence the development of female as well as male twins. ... Full story

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