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Molecular human reproduction.

Molecular human reproduction.

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford (Walton St., Oxford OX2 6DP) .
Written in English

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  • Human reproduction -- Molecular aspects -- Periodicals.

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    Subseries to: Human reproduction.

    Other titlesHuman reproduction.
    The Physical Object
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    Open LibraryOL18161387M

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      This book shares the current knowledge of reproductive biology, medicine, and genetics to help both practitioners in reproductive medicine, and geneticists to understand what happens in the first fundamental steps of our development and how to treat and counsel patients at . Molecular Human Reproduction's journal/conference profile on Publons, with reviews by reviewers - working with reviewers, publishers, institutions, and funding agencies to turn peer review into a measurable research output.

    MHR publishes original research articles, commentaries and reviews in the field of reproductive biology. The scope of MHR covers physiological, cellular, molecular, genetic and epigenetic aspects of reproductive science with medical relevance. Primary research articles can include clinical investigations, animal models, in-vitro studies and/or in-silico analyses. Interdisciplinary approaches. We have just seen that pathogens constitute a diverse set of agents. There are correspondingly diverse ranges of mechanisms by which pathogens cause disease. But the survival and success of all pathogens require that they colonize the host, reach an appropriate niche, avoid host defenses, replicate, and exit the infected host to spread to an uninfected one.


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About the Journal. MHR publishes papers addressing the physiological, cellular, endocrinological, molecular, genetic or epigenetic aspects of reproductive science. This includes, but is not limited to, embryo development; fertilization; gametogenesis; gonad function implantation; pregnancy; and reproductive tract physiology.

Areas of interest: Mammalian reproduction, folliculogenesis, molecular and cytological markers of oocytes developmental competence, culture platforms of follicle maturation, bioengineering tools to study gonadal function, effects of environmental factors (e.g., xenobiotics) on oogenesis.

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In addition to book series such as Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology, our collection includes the Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics or the Journal of Molecular Medicine.

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