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Sex-specific differences in human meiotic recombination: A cytogenetic analysis of early meiotic events
In humans, a striking 20-30% of all pregnancies are aneuploid and, of these, 95% result from missegregation during maternal meiosis. To date the only molecular mechanism associated with human aneuploidy is errors in ...
ENDOGENOUS AND EXOGENOUS INFLUENCES ON MAMMALIAN MALE MEIOTIC PROPHASE
Developmental exposures to estrogenic chemicals are postulated to cause spermatogenic impairment and associated male reproductive disorders in humans. Consistent with this, male rodents exposed prenatally and/or postnatally ...