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Identification of protein changes in human spermatozoa throughout the cryopreservation process
Diagnostic value of qualitative and strain ratio elastography in the differential diagnosis of non-palpable testicular lesions
Teratozoospermia and asthenozoospermia are associated with specific epigenetic signatures
Endocrine disrupters: we need research, biomonitoring and action
Melatonin intake since weaning ameliorates steroidogenic function and sperm motility of streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats
The Sertoli cell: one hundred fifty years of beauty and plasticity
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Special Issue on Endocrine Disruption and Reproductive Health - July 2016
Andrology's July 2016 issue is devoted to the timely topic of endocrine disruption, which is suspected to be one of the factors responsible for the reported rise in the incidence of male reproductive disorders. The content of this special issue highlights some of the pertinent topics in the field that are of relevance for andrologists and researchers interested in reproductive biology and endocrinology, including female reproduction and neuroendocrinology.
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