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Evolving insights into the relationship between miR-23a/b-3p and target genes in subfertile patients

Evolving insights into the relationship between miR-23a/b-3p and target genes in subfertile patients
Spermatogenesis is a complex, highly regulated process by which spermatogonial stem cells replicate and develop into spermatozoa (1). A series of specialized differentiation events in the seminiferous tubules facilitate the spatial and temporal progression into functional sperm. Consequently, aberrations in these testicular regulatory mechanisms and gene expression patterns can contribute to male infertility. Our understanding of the genetic underpinnings of male infertility continues to evolve as new biomarkers for the condition are discovered.
Source: fertstert.org

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