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JurnalHuman Reproduction vol. 28 no. 02 (Feb. 2013)
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Bahasa: (EN )    ISSN: 0268-1161    Year:: 2013    Bulan: 02    Edisi: Feb 2013    
Penerbit: Oxford University Press
Jenis: Journal - ilmiah internasional
[Lihat daftar eksemplar jurnal Human Reproduction]
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    • Nomor Panggil: H07.K.2013.01
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  1. Post-implantation mortality of in vitro produced embryos is associated with DNA methyltransferase 1 dysfunction in sheep placenta, halaman 298-305
  2. Use of hyaluronan in the selection of sperm for intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI): significant improvement in clinical outcomes—multicenter, double-blinded and randomized controlled trial , halaman 306-314
  3. Plasma adipokines and endometriosis risk: a prospective nested case–control investigation from the Nurses' Health Study II, halaman 315-321
  4. Elective single-embryo transfer in women aged 40–44 years, halaman 331-335
  5. Evaluation of an effective multifaceted implementation strategy for elective single-embryo transfer after in vitro fertilization, halaman 336-342
  6. Age shock: misperceptions of the impact of age on fertility before and after IVF in women who conceived after age 40, halaman 350-356
  7. The risk for four specific congenital heart defects associated with assisted reproductive techniques: a population-based evaluation, halaman 367-374
  8. Supportive care for women with recurrent miscarriage: a survey to quantify women's preferences, halaman 398-405
  9. recurrent miscarriage, halaman 406-413
  10. Telomeric repeat-containing RNA and telomerase in human fetal oocytes, halaman 414-422
  11. Factors related to unstained areas in whole ewe ovaries perfused with a metabolic marker, halaman 423-429
  12. Breast-cancer anti-estrogen resistance 4 (BCAR4) encodes a novel maternal-effect protein in bovine and is expressed in the oocyte of humans and other non-rodent mammals , halaman 430-441
  13. High ovarian response does not jeopardize ongoing pregnancy rates and increases cumulative pregnancy rates in a GnRH-antagonist protocol , halaman 442-452
  14. Excessive androgen exposure in female-to-male transsexual persons of reproductive age induces hyperplasia of the ovarian cortex and stroma but not polycystic ovary morphology , halaman 453-461
  15. Decline in semen concentration and morphology in a sample of 26 609 men close to general population between 1989 and 2005 in France , halaman 462-470
  16. Asthma in children born after infertility treatment: findings from the UK Millennium Cohort Study, halaman 471-479
  17. Birthweight discordant female twins and their offspring: is the intergenerational influence on birthweight due to genes or environment? , halaman 480-487
  18. Age at menopause and its influencing factors in a cohort of survivors of childhood cancer: earlier but rarely premature, halaman 488-495
  19. The association of CGG repeats in the FMR1 gene and timing of natural menopause, halaman 496-501
  20. Embryos whose polar bodies contain isolated reciprocal chromosome aneuploidy are almost always euploid, halaman 502-508
  21. Sequential comprehensive chromosome analysis on polar bodies, blastomeres and trophoblast: insights into female meiotic errors and chromosomal segregation in the preimplantation window of embryo development , halaman 509-518
  22. Haploinsufficiency of the paternal-effect gene Dnmt3L results in transient DNA hypomethylation in progenitor cells of the male germline , halaman 519-530
  23. Production of offspring after sperm chromosome screening: an experiment using the mouse model, halaman 531-537
  24. Genotype–phenotype correlations of PCOS susceptibility SNPs identified by GWAS in a large cohort of Han Chinese women, halaman 538-544
  25. DNMT3B promoter polymorphisms and maternal risk of birth of a child with Down syndrome , halaman 545-550

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