This research article has been made to demonstrate the oocytes activation process and how it's related to Ca2+ oscillation. Moreover, the.. Read moreAbstract PDF
Preimplantation genetic testing for aneuploidy PGT-A has been widely applied today in assisted reproductive technology treatments centers.. Read moreAbstract PDF
The development of Preimplantation Genetic Testing (PGT) is evolving fast, and best practice advice is essential for regulation and the d.. Read moreAbstract PDF
In this study 120 semen samples were collected from unselected male partners of couples consulting in infert.. Read moreAbstract PDF
In Sudan, where the prevalence of infertility estimated to be 11.5%, IVF provided in 11 fertility centres in.. Read moreAbstract PDF
A retrospective study was conducted in women with history of a caesarean scar pregnancy (CSP) to explore the.. Read moreAbstract PDF
Statement of the Problem: The World Health Organization announced in 2018 that 422 million people worldwide suffer from diabetes mellitus.. Read moreAbstract PDF
Scientific advances in fertility preservation in recent years; the results have been of great importance in preserving fertility in women.. Read moreAbstract PDF
The primary goal is sperm retrieval. Clinical outcome of fresh testicular spermatozoa of unexpected sperm retrieval failure on the day of.. Read moreAbstract PDF
The oil overlay in microdrop culture systems prevents medium evaporation, helps to maintain appropriate pH and osmotic conditions and pro.. Read moreAbstract PDF
Introduction: Currently, an unprecedented 1.8 billion youth live globally. Yet, in a world of adult concerns.. Read moreAbstract PDF
Introduction: Background: A lot of fertility tre.. Read moreAbstract PDF
Fertility preservation is becoming extremely necessary to help improve the quality of living within female c.. Read moreAbstract PDF
In Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART), oocyte retrieval is a vital step. It was initially performed thro.. Read moreAbstract PDF
In Morocco, where the prevalence of infertility estimated to be 22.5%, IVF provided in 4 fertility centres i.. Read moreAbstract PDF
Background: Manual vacuum aspiration (MVA) is one of the most common gynaecological procedures in clinical practice. It .. Read moreAbstract PDF
Basic and Clinical Reproductive Sciences is an elite, highly cited, scientific open access journal that publishes peer reviewed, original research and review articles in the field of Reproductive science and medicine. The Journal aims to render a global platform for scientists and academicians to discuss and share numerous developments and issues related to Reproductive science. The journal provides multi-disciplinary interpretation of the latest research advances in different aspects of basic and clinical reproductive science and medicine, including basic reproductive biology, maternal-foetal medicine, obstetrics, gynaecology, gestation, reproductive endocrinology, uro-gynaecology, and embryology as research articles, review articles, short communications, short reports, book reviews, and letter to editor focussed on contemporary topics of reproductive medicine.
The journal aims to publish recent advances in the research, development and applications of novel tools and techniques for the study of natural as well as assisted fertilization, implantation, and treatment of infertility. It encourages conceptual breakthroughs and clinical implications pertaining to the field of metabolomics of male and female reproduction, proteomics of male and female reproductive system, reproductive genetics, pathology & physiology of reproductive system,reproductive health, prenatal diagnosis and care, reproductive surgery, pregnancy and childbirth, reproductive oncology, developmental biology, stem cells research and other related fields.
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