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October-December 2018| Vol 2| Issue 4

Original Article

Monoclonal antibodies reveal novel localization of SPAG11E in spermatozoa and the antifertility potential of SPAG11E motifs

Objective: SPAG11E is the first β-defensin that has been reported to activate Ca2+ uptake and sperm motility. However, the exact subcellular localization and interaction o...

Original Article

Effect of uterine anomalies on pregnancy rates and reproductive outcomes in women undergoing artificial insemination by husband

Objective: Congenital uterine anomalies are common; however, their effects on artificial insemination by husband (AIH) and the period during which AIH is converted to in vitro fertiliz...

Clinical Guideline

Chinese expert consensus on clinical application of female contraceptive methods

Unintended pregnancy is a global issue, with approximately 85,000,000 women around the world having unintended pregnancy annually. The contents of clinical application of women's contraceptive m...

Review Article

Predictive modeling in reproductive medicine

The accurate prediction of fertility outcomes is an extremely interesting and challenging task in reproductive medicine. Efforts in this area focus on classic statistical models and newer technologi...

Review Article

In Vitro growth of human ovarian follicles for fertility preservation

Young female cancer survival rates significantly increased due to the great progress of cancer therapy. In fact, cryostorage and transplantation of ovarian tissue have already resulted in the birth ...

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Reproductive and Developmental Medicine, sponsored by Chinese Medical Association, Shanghai Institute of Planned Parenthood Research, Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital of Fudan University, is a peer-reviewed online journal with Quarterly print on demand compilation of issues published.

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