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Read the latest papers on fertility across BMC flagship journals.
Cisplatin and carboplatin result in similar gonadotoxicity in immature human testis with implications for fertility preservation in childhood cancer
Melissa D. Tharmalingam et al.
Published in BMC Medicine 04 December 2020
Published in BMC Biology 19 August 2020
DNA methylation and body mass index from birth to adolescence: meta-analyses of epigenome-wide association studies
Florianne Vehmeijer et al.
Published in Genome Medicine 25 November 2020
The Tug1 lncRNA locus is essential for male fertility
Jordan Lewandowski et al.
Published in Genome Biology 07 September 2020
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