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Anatomy of Female Reproduction
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ANDROPAUSE: ENDOCRINOLOGY, ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION, AND PROSTATE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY
This review summarizes major biological aspects of andrology of andropause, deficiency in androgens/growth hormones, and molecular parameters; erectile dysfunction (ED), the use of malleable,Expand
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Recent advances in andrology research: physiopathology and clinical application to fertility and infertility.
Sperm maturation depends on androgen and is mediated by several unidentified epididymal factors: glycoproteins and metabolites affecting acrosomal stability and fertilizing potential of capacitatedExpand
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Natural product coumarins: biological and pharmacological perspectives
Plants produce and release a vast variety of secondary metabolites with diversified functions, and possess ecological, toxicological and biological effects that mimic the activities of syntheticExpand
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DIFFERENTIAL PULSE POLAROGRAPHY OF ATORVASTATIN IN PURE AND PHARMACEUTICAL DOSAGE FORMS USING STATIC MERCURY DROP ELECTRODE
The differential pulse polarography (DPP) of atorvastatin (AT) in pure and pharmaceutical dosage forms in borax buffer media has been investigated using static mercury drop electrode (SMDE). OneExpand
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Recent advances in clinical/molecular andrology.
  • B. Hafez
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Archives of andrology
  • 1 May 1998
During the last decade there were extensive investigations in clinical and molecular andrology with emphasis on assisted reproduction, micromanipulation techniques of gametes, sperm/egg interaction,Expand
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MAMMALIAN FERTILIZATION, IVF, ICSI: PHYSIOLOGICAL/MOLECULAR PARAMETERS, CLINICAL APPLICATION
Fertilization is associated with several phenomena: rearrangement of euplastic cytoskeleton, intracellular communication, cellular polarity, and the release of a variety of complex systems. SeveralExpand
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REPRODUCTIVE PARAMETERS OF MALE DROMEDARY AND BACTRIAN CAMELS
Functional anatomy of male reproductive organs and reproductive physiology of dromedary and bactrian camels are quite similar except for some differences in the seasonal pattern of reproductiveExpand
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