G-K Mao

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Primary ovarian insufficiency (POI) is a common cause of infertility in around 1-2% of women aged <40 years. However, the mechanisms that cause POI are still poorly understood. Here we showed that germ cell-specific knockout of an essential autophagy induction gene Atg7 led to subfertility in female mice. The subfertility of Atg7 deletion females was caused(More)
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