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Human spermatozoa in assisted reproduction

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Published by Parthenon Pub. Group in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Human reproductive technology.,
  • Spermatozoa.,
  • Spermatozoa.,
  • Fertilization in Vitro.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statement[edited by] Anibal A. Acosta and Thinus F. Kruger.
    ContributionsAcosta, Anibal A., Kruger, T. F.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRG133.5 .H86 1996
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 518 p. :
    Number of Pages518
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL803411M
    ISBN 101850705909
    LC Control Number95039885

    BIOLOGY OF REPRODUCT – () Published online before print 23 November DOI /biolreprod Selection of Nonapoptotic Spermatozoa As a New Tool for Enhancing Assisted Reproduction Outcomes: An In Vitro Model1 Tamer Said,3,4 Ashok Agarwal,3,4,5 Sonja Grunewald,7 Manja Rasch,7 Thomas Baumann,7.   Genetic damage in spermatozoa can originate during spermatogenesis, or it can originate during transit in both male and female genital tracts. Damage can also be due to ageing, environmental or iatrogenic conditions, as well as to the protocols to cryopreserve and to select spermatozoa in assisted reproduction : Springer New York.

    Abstract. Cryopreservation of human spermatozoa—introduced in the 's—has been recognized as an efficient procedure for management of male fertility before therapy for malignant diseases, vasectomy or surgical infertility treatments, to store donor and partner spermatozoa before assisted reproduction treatments and to ensure the recovery of a small number of spermatozoa in severe male Cited by: DNA fragmentation of spermatozoa and assisted reproduction technology Ralf Henkel joined the Department of Dermatology and Andrology at the Giessen University as Reproductive Biologist, after obtaining his PhD. In , he spent one year as post-doctoral fellow at Tygerberg Hospital (South Africa). He is currently at Giessen University.

    Cryopreservation of human gametes and embryos is an important and widely used method in most embryology laboratories. During last years, the practice of single embryo transfer was a greater demand for reliable cryostorage of surplus embryos. Currently, there are two basic principally different methods usable for cryopreservation: slow freezing and by: 1.   Sperm selection using magnetic activated cell sorting (MACS) in assisted reproduction: a systematic review and meta-analysis. J Assist Reprod Genet ; – [PMC free article] Glander HJ, Schaller J. Binding of annexin V to plasma membranes of human spermatozoa: a rapid assay for detection of membrane changes after by:


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The concept of male factor in assisted reproduction / A.A. Acosta Basic semen analysis / R. Menkveld and T.F. Kruger -- 7. Evaluation of sperm motility in assisted reproduction /.

The human spermatozoon contains at least different proteins. Human sperm genetics has been associated with human evolution, per a study. DNA damage and repair. DNA damages present in spermatozoa in the period after meiosis but before fertilization may be repaired in the fertilized egg, but if not repaired, can have serious deleterious effects on fertility and the developing : D Genetic damage in spermatozoa can originate during spermatogenesis, or Human spermatozoa in assisted reproduction book can originate during transit in both male and female genital tracts.

Damage can also be due to ageing, environmental or iatrogenic conditions, as well as to the protocols to cryopreserve and to. Cryopreservation of human ejaculates is a well-established medical procedure to maintain the fertilizing potential of spermatozoa during storage in liquid nitrogen.

A Workbook on Human Spermatozoa and Assisted Conception. Cryopreservation of human spermatozoa is one of the best active and acceptable methods to.

Spermatozoa is the basic human male germ cell. This gametocyte plays an important role in fertilization. In the past five years, new improvements in diagnosis have allowed us to assess male fertility potential with a new perspective studying with demonstrated role in sperm : $ Esteves, Sandro C.

Miyaoka, Ricardo and Agarwal, Ashok Sperm retrieval techniques for assisted reproduction. International braz j urol, Vol. 37, Issue. 5, p. Cryopreservation is a worldwide technique that makes it possible to preserve different living cells and tissues, including male and female gametes and embryos, in a structurally intact state using low temperature over time.

Since the starting point of the cryopreservation era inuntil today, this was one of the most important steps in assisted reproductive : Nabil Sayme. human reproduction Download human reproduction or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.

Click Download or Read Online button to get human reproduction book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Genetic damage in spermatozoa can originate during spermatogenesis, or it can originate during transit in both male and female genital tracts.

Damage can also be due to ageing, environmental or iatrogenic conditions, as well as to the protocols to cryopreserve and to Format: Hardcover. Human reproduction is any form of sexual reproduction resulting in human typically involves sexual intercourse between a man and a woman.

During sexual intercourse, the interaction between the male and female reproductive systems results in fertilization of the woman's ovum by the man's are specialized reproductive cells called gametes, created in a process called. This volume, and its companion volume on the oocyte, provide a wide-ranging analysis of the gametes and their reproductive role in humans.

The authors give a detailed account of the spermatozoon that includes particularly helpful information on male infertility and its treatment. The book starts with an evolutionary perspective before focusing on the molecular and cellular biology of the sperm. Human Reproductive and Prenatal Genetics presents the latest material from a detailed molecular, cellular and translational perspective.

Considering its timeliness and potential international impact, this all-inclusive and authoritative work is ideal for researchers, students, and clinicians worldwide.

Human Spermatozoa in Assisted Reproduction().pdf: Digital Media Online Library. The fertilization of human oocytes outside of the body, the culturing of the embryo(s) in the laboratory, and the subsequent transfer of embryo(s) to the uterus has resulted in the birth of tens of thousands of children worldwide.

Registries in the US and abroad reflect an explosion both in the number of programs offering ART and in the utilization of these technologies since the s.

This book covers the genetic damage in spermatozoa that can originate during spermatogenesis, or during transit in both male and female genital tracts. Damage can also be due to ageing, environmental or iatrogenic conditions, as well as to the protocols to cryopreserve and to select spermatozoa in assisted reproduction techniques.

Human spermatozoa in assisted reproduction. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins. MLA Citation. Acosta, Anibal A. Human spermatozoa in assisted reproduction / editors, Anibal A.

Acosta [et al.] ; editorial advisor, Charlotte Schrader Williams & Wilkins Baltimore This major book - known as 'The Bourn Hall Textbook' - evolved from teaching courses held at this prestigious Clinic - one of the birthplaces of IVF and clinical reproductive medicine.

The content is comprehensive: covering assessment of the infertile couple and both laboratory and clinical aspects of assisted reproductive technologies. The emphasis throughout is on the practical management of. This page introduces spermatogenesis the development of spermatozoa, the male haploid gamete cell.

In humans at puberty, spermatozoa are produced by spermatogonia meiosis in the seminiferous tubules of the testis (male gonad). A second process of spermiogenesis leads to change in cellular organisation and shape before release into the central lumen of the seminiferous tubule.

Cytoplasmic immaturity of the male germ cells used for assisted reproduction can result in fertilization failure, but it can also cause developmental abnormalities in embryos after apparently normal fertilization (Tesarik et al., a).

Hence, the relatively low implantation rates in our group of patients with non-obstructive azoospermia may Cited by:   Indeed, successful assisted reproduction is mainly dependent on the quality of the sperm plasma membrane, requiring normal integrity and function to provide motility, acrosome reaction, and fertilization.

Spermatozoa with impaired membrane integrity occur more frequently in infertile men, partly explaining suboptimal results in by:   Human Reproduction, Vol Issue 1, Januaryof a couple in whom the male partner had Kartagener's syndrome. His spermatozoa were severely asthenozoospermic with deficient dynein arms and disordered microtubular configuration.

On computer-assisted sperm analysis (CASA) motile spermatozoa displayed straight non-progressive motility Cited by: