Protective effect of resveratrol on spermatozoa function in male infertility induced by excess weight and obesity

@inproceedings{Cui2016ProtectiveEO,
  title={Protective effect of resveratrol on spermatozoa function in male infertility induced by excess weight and obesity},
  author={Xiangrong Cui and Xuan Jing and Xueqing Wu and Meiqin Yan},
  booktitle={Molecular medicine reports},
  year={2016}
}
Male infertility is a complex, multifactorial and polygenic disease that contributes to ~50% cases of infertility. Previous studies have demonstrated that excess weight and obesity factors serve an important role in the development of male infertility. An increasing number of studies have reported that resveratrol may regulate the response of cells to specific stimuli that induce cell injury, as well as decrease germ cell apoptosis in mice or rats. In the present study, the semen quality and… CONTINUE READING

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