Frequency of hyper-, hypohaploidy and diploidy in ejaculate, epididymal and testicular germ cells of infertile patients.

Abstract

The hypothesis that sperm aneuploidy and diploidy increase as a function of spermatogenesis impairment was addressed. Ejaculated semen samples from a series of men (n = 22) with very low total normal motile count (1 x 10(6)) was analysed in terms of sperm aneuploidy and diploidy by in-situ hybridization and compared with controls (n = 10). Germ cell… (More)

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