Study in 1790 Baltic men: FSHR Asn680Ser polymorphism affects total testes volume

@inproceedings{Grigorova2013StudyI1,
  title={Study in 1790 Baltic men: FSHR Asn680Ser polymorphism affects total testes volume},
  author={M Grigorova and Margus Punab and Olev Poolamets and Siim S{\~o}ber and Vladimir Vihljajev and Birute Zilaitiene and Juris Erenpreiss and Valentinas Matulevi{\vc}ius and Igor Tsarev and M. ter Laan},
  booktitle={Andrology},
  year={2013}
}
Follicle-stimulating hormone receptor (FSHR) contains two common linked polymorphisms, Thr307Ala (rs6165) and Asn680Ser (rs6166), shown to modulate ovarian function in women. The effect on male fertility and reproductive parameters has been inconclusive. We studied FSHR Asn680Ser polymorphism in a large study group (n = 1790) from the Baltic countries. The population-based Baltic male cohort (Estonians, Latvians, Lithuanians; n = 1052) and Estonian oligo-/azoospermic (sperm concentration <20… CONTINUE READING

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Study in 1790 Baltic men : FSHR Asn 680 Ser polymorphism affects total testes volume

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  • Andrology
  • 2013
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