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Reactive oxygen species as an independent marker of male factor infertility

Reactive oxygen species as an independent marker of male factor infertility,10.1016/j.fertnstert.2006.02.111,Fertility and Sterility,Ashok Agarwal,Rak

Reactive oxygen species as an independent marker of male factor infertility   (Citations: 36)
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Journal: Fertility and Sterility - FERT STERIL , vol. 86, no. 4, pp. 878-885, 2006
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    • ...The importance of seminal ROS production has been already stressed in the WHO Manual (1999) and several methods of ROS detection in semen have been reported [8,9,12,18]...
    • ...Such method(s) would be a useful tool in the diagnosis of male infertility and in the selection of patients who would benefit from antioxidant treatment [3,18-22]...

    Helena Fingerovaet al. The measurement of reactive oxygen species in human neat semen and in ...

    • ...In order to determine pathophysiology and to increase the success of treatment, particularly in idiopathic infertile cases, studies are performed at cellular and molecular levels (3,5,12-14)...
    • ...Even men with normozoospermic idiopathic infertility exhibit significantly higher seminal ROS production and lower antioxidant capacity than fertile men (14,27), for reasons not yet understood (5)...

    Ercan YENİet al. Is oxidative stress an etiologic factor in idiopathic male infertility...

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