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It has been recently proposed that a concomitant generation of oxidative stress of oocytes with increasing maternal age may be a major factor responsible for the age-related increase in aneuploid(More)
Purpose: Our purpose was to ascertain the effect of intracellular Ca 2+ chelation on the chromosomal distribution and segregation of mouse oocytes during maturation in vitro. Methods: Germinal(More)
The present study aims to ascertain whether dietary supplementation with a mixture of vitamins C and E may prevent the maternal-age-associated decrease in both the number of ovulated oocytes after(More)
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