Effect of lifestyle exposures on sperm aneuploidy.

@article{Robbins2005EffectOL,
  title={Effect of lifestyle exposures on sperm aneuploidy.},
  author={Wendie Anne Robbins and David A. Elashoff and Lin Xun and Jian-ping Jia and Ning Li and G Wu and Fusheng Wei},
  journal={Cytogenetic and genome research},
  year={2005},
  volume={111 3-4},
  pages={371-7}
}
Lifestyle exposures including cigarette smoke, alcohol, and caffeine have all been studied in relationship to male reproductive health. Over the years the focus has primarily been on semen quality and/or fertility. More recently, literature evaluating direct adverse effects of lifestyle exposures on sperm chromosomes and chromatin has grown due to concern that induced damage could be transmitted to offspring causing transgenerational health effects. In this paper we present a new analysis that… CONTINUE READING

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