Men produce the higher quality sperm in autumn and spring, according to a large study in the USA.
Researchers have bred mouse pups with genetic material from two male, or two female parents.
The reasons why IVF treatment sometimes results in twin or triplet births – even though only one embryo is used – have been found by the largest study to date on single embryo transfer (SET) and multiple pregnancy.
Genome editing has been successfully used to treat a serious liver disease in fetal mice while still in-utero.
Denver, CO- Innovation in embryo grading is taking the form of artificial intelligence systems that can grade embryos and accurately predict ART outcomes. Australian and US groups presented new research Wednesday at ASRM’s Scientific Congress and Expo.
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Denver, CO- A study presented today at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine’s Scientific Congress evaluated the association between impaired sleep and reduced testosterone levels in men. Aging, increasing alcohol consumption, and higher BMI also contribute to lower testosterone levels.
Denver, CO- Researchers from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri presented their findings today at the ASRM’s Scientific Congress and Expo in Denver, Colorado. In a prospective cohort study designed to determine the associations of different measures of chronodisruption with time to conception (TTC), they found that women who were trying to become pregnant, who had more regular bedtimes, took less time to conceive than those whose bedtimes were more erratic.
Researchers from Detroit and Dearborn, Michigan found that semen quality differed significantly between ethnic groups in a retrospective institutional review. African American men had lower average sperm counts and motility and more abnormal sperm forms than Caucasian men. And Middle Eastern and African American men were more likely to suffer from azoospermia (no sperm in the ejaculate) than Caucasian men.
Denver, CO – A team of Harvard-based investigators today told the American Society for Reproductive Medicine’s Scientific Congress that a fertility patient’s pre-conception exposure to common environmental toxins were associated with a higher chance of a pre-term delivery.