Naazish Alladin

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The laboratory evaluation of male infertility remains an essential area of research as 40-60% of infertility cases are attributable to male-related factors. Current sperm analysis methods add only partial information on sperm quality and fertility outcomes. The specific underlying cause of infertility in most cases is unknown, while a proportion of male(More)
Testicular spermatozoa are utilized to achieve pregnancy in couples with severe male factor infertility. Several studies suggest that aneuploidy rates in spermatozoa are elevated at the testicular level in infertile patients compared to ejaculates of normal controls. However, essential data regarding aneuploidy rates between ejaculated and testicular(More)
Chromosomes in human spermatozoa are arranged non-randomly with the centromeres of non-homologous chromosomes forming a chromocenter. We have compared motile and immotile sperm populations in normozoospermic patients to determine if there is any dissimilarity in the formation of the chromocenter and the nuclear position of chromosome 17. Based on the(More)
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