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Asian Journal of Andrology (AJA) is an international peer-reviewed open access journal. AJA spans the breadth of menís health and related interdisciplinary fields. Areas that are covered include, but are not limited to: Sperm Biology; Male Reproduction; Male Infertility; Semen Analysis & Sperm Functional Assays; Sperm Selection & Quality and ART Outcomes; Male Sexual Dysfunction; Male Puberty Development; Male Ageing; Prostate Diseases; Operational Andrology; HIV & Male Reproductive Tract Infection; Male Contraception; Environmental, Life Style, Genetic Factors and Male Health.
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Generation of Leydig-like cells: approaches, characterization, and challenges
Testosterone production by Leydig cells (LCs) plays a crucial role in male reproduction. The functional degeneration of LCs can cause testosterone deficiency, ultimately resulting in primary male hy...
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Antigen unmasking does not improve the visualization of phospholipase C zeta in human spermatozoa
Phospholipase C zeta (PLCζ) is a sperm-specific protein that triggers oocyte activation. The analysis of PLCζ expression in human spermatozoa can be used as a diagnostic marker for oocyte ...
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Semen microbiota and cytokines of healthy and infertile men
In this study, we determined the levels of cytokine secretory inhibitors and the microbiota biofilms of semen from healthy and infertile subjects. A total of 118 clinical bacterial isolates were iso...
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Sperm flagellar 2 (SPEF2) is essential for sperm flagellar assembly in humans
Spermiogenesis is a complex and tightly regulated process, consisting of acrosomal biogenesis, condensation of chromatin, flagellar assembly, and disposal of extra cytoplasm. Previous studies have r...
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Magnetic-activated cell sorting of nonapoptotic spermatozoa with a high DNA fragmentation index improves the live birth rate and decreases transfer cycles of IVF/ICSI
The present study aimed to evaluate the clinical outcomes of magnetic-activated cell sorting (MACS) in sperm preparation for male subjects with a sperm DNA fragmentation index (DFI) ≥30%. ...
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Commentary on “An alternative surgical technique for varicoceles: a preliminary experience of the microsurgical spermatic (distal end)-inferior or superficial epigastric vein anastomosis in symptomatic varicoceles associated with perineal pain”
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