Non-disjunction in human sperm: evidence for an effect of increasing paternal age.

Abstract

In humans, the relationship between advancing maternal age and the incidence of trisomy has been long established, but the possible effect of increasing age of the father remains controversial. Using a fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) approach to directly examine individual sperm for aneuploidy of the sex chromosomes and chromosome 18, we have… (More)

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