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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

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

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

Personalizing reproductive medicine—a biological or technocratic imperative?

when it comes to achievements in reproductive medicine and biology. Of the many truly remarkable discoveries and accomplishments, a short list well worth keeping in mind would have to include gene ... . Taken together, the melding of advances in technology and basic mammalian reproductive biology from the past year alone portends a proximate future of reproductive medicine raising many questions as to

Urine mercury levels correlate with DNA methylation of imprinting gene H19 in the sperm of reproductive-aged men

from Reproductive Medicine Clinic of Maternal and Child Care Service Center and the Urologic Surgery Clinic of Shanxi Academy of Medical Sciences during April 2015 and March 2016. Demographic information ... . Conclusions Mercury non-occupational environmental exposure in reproductive-aged men was associated with altered DNA methylation outcomes at imprinting gene H19 in sperm, implicating the susceptibility of the

On the confluence of reproductive and regenerative medicines

disparate technological advances would become so intertwined as to build a nexus between regenerative and reproductive medicine? Beginning with the harnessing and application of so-called gene editing to ... point in reproductive medicine that may forever change the way ARTs are publicly perceived and professionally practiced, beyond its origins in the treatment of infertility [ 1 ]. Peering into the

Stem cells in reproductive medicine: ready for the patient?

STUDY QUESTION Are there effective and clinically validated stem cell-based therapies for reproductive diseases? ... ESHRE special interest group Stem Cells 0 Ghent-Fertility and Stem Cell Team (G-FaST), Department for Reproductive Medicine, Ghent University Hospital , Ghent , Belgium 1 Cell Therapy and Stem Cell

Reproductive medicine 2014: the year in review

genetics areas are coming to realize our contributions to the practice and science behind reproductive medicine. This month alone we feature an up-to-date review on the genetics of Primary Ovarian ... technology that for better or worse bring some sense of satisfaction to the reproductive medicine community on an international scale. With this commitment in mind, we bring you for the second year in a row

Time-series analysis for porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome in the United States

importance to swine producers. One example of such initiatives is Dr. Morrison’s Swine Health Monitoring Project, a nation-wide monitoring program for swine diseases including the porcine reproductive and ... Department of Veterinary Preventive Medicine, The Ohio State University , Columbus , Ohio, United States of America, 2 Department of Veterinary Population Medicine, University of Minnesota , St. Paul

Preimplantation genetic screening—23 years to navigate and translate into the clinical arena. We need a new roadmap! | MHR: Basic science of reproductive medicine | Oxford Academic

mosaicism in the human embryo. Fascinating biology, but in the context of PGS, the question is how do we use this information in clinical practice (Munne´ et al., 2016) ? Reproductive medicine is a unique ... testing of new technologies. In fact, many have written extensively as to why reproductive medicine may differ from other disciplines in potentially requiring a different paradigm for introducing new

Family Planning and the Scope of the “Reproductive Psychiatry” Curriculum

College of Medicine, Houston, TX, USA and perimenopause. The survey included an open-ended question that allowed program directors to describe the current educational offerings in reproductive psychiatry ... Wayne State University , Detroit, MI , USA 3 John Coverdale 4 Stanford University , Stanford, CA , USA 5 University of Hawai'i , Honolulu, HI , USA - The National Task Force on Women’s Reproductive

Women’s Reproductive Health in Sociocultural Context

Purpose The special issue on Women’s Reproductive Health in Cultural Context covers multiple dimensions of women’s reproductive health and how it might be shaped by cultural meanings, social and

Core principles of evolutionary medicine: A Delphi study | Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health | Oxford Academic

did not achieve 80% consensus regarding their importance to evolutionary medicine, and one (natural selection) was above this threshold but a similar core principle (Reproductive success) was at a ... , USA 1 Center for Evolution and Medicine, Arizona State University , Tempe, AZ 85287 , USA K E Y W O R D S : core principles; evolutionary medicine; education; Delphi study; core concepts - A B S T R

Correction: Women’s reproductive health knowledge, attitudes and practices in relation to the Zika virus outbreak in northeast Brazil

Nursing, School of Nursing, University of São Paulo , São Paulo, São Paulo , Brazil , 2 Department of Population, Family, and Reproductive Health, Bloomberg School of Public Health, The Johns Hopkins ... University , Baltimore , Maryland, United States of America, 3 Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine , Baltimore , Maryland

Genomic characteristics of miscarriage copy number variants | MHR: Basic science of reproductive medicine | Oxford Academic

of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Illinois at Chicago , Chicago, IL , USA 1 BC Genome Science Centre , Vancouver, BC , Canada 2 Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, BC Child and ... and presentation) (Tables I and II) and in immune-response and reproductive processes (Table I; Supplementary Table SIV). Forty-two per cent (39/93) of the genes in the rare CNVs and 19% (67/354) of all

Inhibition of proanthocyanidin A2 on porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus replication in vitro

Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV) is a widely prevalent and endemic swine pathogen that causes significant economic losses for the global pig industry annually. Currently

Appraisal of Nigeria’s Obligation on Adolescents’ Access to Sexual and Reproductive Health Care

responsibility of the Nigerian state towards ensuring female adolescents’ access to sexual and reproductive health (SRH) care information and services especially contraceptive information and services. It ... . Available (24 April 2016 ). 111. Cook , Dickens & Fathalla, ( 2003 ). Reproductive health and human rights, integrating medicine , ethics and law