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Platelet-rich plasma therapy and reproductive medicine

, with a brief history of its applications in research and clinical therapies. Despite its widespread uses in medicine, the mechanisms through which PRP exerts its regenerative effects are only postulated ... microcirculation in some way.^ As the authors hypothesized, these observations had profound implications for short- and long-term preservation of organs. In regenerative medicine research, multipotent mesenchymal

Renaissance, reinvention, or rhetoric: mitochondria in reproductive medicine 2017

-the-role-of-scientific-culture-in-modernsociety/) Recalling the milestones from 2017 could focus on any number of topics in reproductive medicine, ranging from gametes to stem cells to the two-headed ... headlines designed for professional and public consumption. Yet another subject dominating the field of reproductive medicine in 2017 was that of the mitochondrion. To this end, JARG features several

Why the way we look at things in reproductive medicine is changing

gene bodies, chromatin territories, physical dynamism leaving in the dust remnants of conventional wisdom overshadowed by epigenetics. Has reproductive medicine adapted to changes in thinking about the ... dwarfs our old gene-mRNA-protein oneness mindset. So where should we aim our curiosity in reproductive medicine if we are truly intent on deepening our understanding in human biology? Are we seeing more

Guarantors of Our Genes: Are Egg Donors Liable for Latent Genetic Disease

the complexity of the moral, scientific, and legal implications of emerging alternative reproductive methods. In fact, the field of reproductive medicine is the "Wild West" of the healthcare world where ... California. INTRODUCTION Assisted reproductive technology (“ART”),1 including egg donation,2 is changing the topography of the American family.3 Heated debates and legislative battles over cloning and stem

On strong inferences and irreproducibility in reproductive medicine

much relevance to the discipline of reproductive medicine today as it does for many other research disciplines, medical or otherwise [ 1 ]. Consider the opening paragraph of his message, again being ... reproductive medicine whether here in the USA or abroad, would acknowledge his definition of Bstrong inference^ as the point at which rapid progress in technology and method is coupled to effective inductive

UCF Chemistry Lab Making Strides in Medicine

medicine for other diseases, and this research group aims to add to this market of sensors that are regularly used for medical purposes. In addition to that goal, another goal of the team is to use

Which Medicine? Medicine-Taking and Changing Sherpa Lives

of this article is to explore the considerable changes in medicine-taking that have occurred over time for the Sherpa inhabitants of the Everest region. I consider a medicine to be something that ... questions about people’s lives and about such topics as education, work, travel, and family to better understand the context of people’s medicine-taking strategies. English, Sherpa, or Nepali was used in

PLoS Medicine

PLoS Biology | http://biology.plosjournals.org PLoS Medicine Barbara Cohen for the Public Library of Science - Omomentum. Authors are pen access is gaining submitting papers in everincreasing ... -forprofit publishers have announced plans to experiment with open-access models for some or all of their journals. Delighted and encouraged, we gear up for the launch of PLoS Medicine this autumnthe next

Legal Medicine

Legal Medicine George G. Lorinczi Follow this and additional works at: http://scholarship.law.marquette.edu/mulr Part of the Law Commons Repository Citation George G. Lorinczi, Legal Medicine, 39 ... Marq. L. Rev. 286 (1956). Available at: http://scholarship.law.marquette.edu/mulr/vol39/iss3/7 - R. B. H. Gradwohl, LEGAL MEDICINE: C. V. Mosby Company, 1954. $20.00. A great deal of literature has

At the dawn of personalized reproductive medicine: opportunities and challenges with incorporating multigene panel testing into fertility care

reproductive medicine, genomic technologies are used for carrier, embryo, and prenatal screening. However, to date, genetic information has not been widely utilized for guiding treatment decisions or identifying ... this new era of personalized reproductive medicine [7]. In this article, Dr. Collins provides a clinician’s perspective on both the opportunities and challenges of multigene panel testing, drawing on the

New Construction on the College of Veterinary Medicine Campus

well as livestock infectious diseases, such as Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS).

Radiations and female fertility

volume and elasticity, myometrial fibrosis and necrosis, endometrial atrophy and insufficiency. As radiations have a relevant impact on reproductive potential, fertility preservation procedures should be ... CentralGoogle ScholarPractice Committee of American Society for Reproductive Medicine; Practice Committee of Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology. Ovarian tissue and oocyte cryopreservation. Fertil Steril

Division of Reproductive Science Research

The Reproductive Science Research Division in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology was established in 2009 and consists of four full time research faculty members and eight faculty members ... appointment with other divisions in the department Members in the Research Division conducted research in diverse areas of basic reproductive research: - Dr. Bradley: Female urinary incontinence and other

Negotiating the Relationship of HIV/AIDS to Reproductive Health and Reproductive Rights Conference on the Interventional Protection of Reproductive Rights: The Impact of Reproductive Subordination on Women's Health

THE AMERCAN UNivERsriY LAW REVIEW [Vol. NEGOTIATING THE RELATIONSHIP OF HIV/AIDS TO REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS SoFIA GRUSKIN 0 0 Sofia Gruskin , JD, MA , is the Research Associate ... . 3. Id. at 3 The HIV/AIDS pandemic, now in its second decade, continues to grow at an extraordinary rate. Meanwhile, the issues involved grow increasingly complex. Discussion of reproductive health

Reproductive Phytochemistry of Bombacaceae

limit on the rate of adaptive change, at least with respect to pollinator specialization and attendant phenomena of speciation and features of reproductive biology. The elucidation of these physiological ... mechanisms should be a major next step in our understanding of plant reproductive biology. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I gratefully acknowledge the generous assistance of Dr. C. E. Freeman in quan­ titatively

Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine

The Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine presently includes maternal-fetal specialists. They are: Kimberly K. Leslie, MD (Department Head), Stephen K. Hunter, MD, PhD, (Division Director), Jennifer R

Lifestyle factors and reproductive health: taking control of your fertility

lifestyle factors and places infertility in context for the couple by focusing on both males and females; it aims to identify the roles that lifestyle factors play in determining reproductive status. The ... for Reproductive Medicine, Cleveland Clinic , 9500 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH , USA Approximately 10 to 15% of couples are impacted by infertility. Recently, the pivotal role that lifestyle factors

Rights, Refuge Women and Reproductive Health Conference on the Interventional Protection of Reproductive Rights: The Impact of Reproductive Subordination on Women's Health

important is reproductive health care. Health workers often become aware of the special health problems of refugee women when 1. See CWReport on Refugee andDisplacedWomen and Children,U.N. ESCOR, Comm'n on ... implications for women's reproductive health, such as unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases (including HIV/AIDS), human rights standards are not invoked in the refugee context to further women's

Racial Distinctions in Medicine

) Available at: Follow this and additional works at; http; //via; library; depaul; edu/jhcl - RACIAL DISTINCTIONS IN MEDICINE* CharlesSullivan ** Cognitive dissonance is a wonderful thing.1 For years ... dependence may be attributable to the brands African Americans tend to smoke (which in turn might be explained by targeted 2A recent study in the NEW ENGLAND JouRNAL OF MEDICINE confirmed disparities in

Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility

The Reproductive EndocrinologyDivision at theUniversityofIowanow consists of five staff physicians at theUniversityofIowaand one who is at our Quad Cities outreach office. We are pleased to announce ... Cities outreach office , USA 3 Bradley J. Van Voorhis, MD Division Director , Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility - We remain very active clinically and are proud of our highly successful IVF