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Although today, there is a general consensus that egg activation involves the release of a " sperm factor " that follows gamete fusion, the identity of the molecule involves in this process is still under discussion. Recently, Asian Journal of Andrology got three successive commentary articles which target the problem of the molecular nature of the " sperm… (More)
with azoospermia or oligozoospermia (sperm concentration <10 million/mL). The most common chromosomal aberration causing male infertility is 47, XXY, Klinefelter's syndrome (KFS). In genetic disorder, dose the extra X chromosome play a most important role? In NOA patients, it's true. But, in patients with severe oligozoospermia, Y chromosome microdeletions… (More)