Communication autour de Germethèque

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Publié le 07/08/2013 à 14h38 (mis à jour le 26/07/2018 à 17h55)

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Articles de magazine

Publications scientifiques

Retrouvez ci-dessous l’historique des publications du CRB Germethèque :

  • Esquerré-Lamare C, Walschaerts M, Chansel Debordeaux, Moreau, Bretelle F, Isus F, Karsenty G, Monteil L, Perrin J, Papaxanthos-Roche A, Bujan L. 2018 Apr . Sperm aneuploidy and DNA fragmentation in unexplained recurrent pregnancy loss: a multicenter case-control study, Basic and Clinical Andrology; 28:4.
  • Martinez G, Walschaerts M, Le Mitouard M, Borye R, Thomas C, Auger J, Berthaut I, Brugnon F, Daudin M, Moinard N, Ravel C, Saias J, Szerman E, Rives N, Hennebicq S, Bujan L. 2017 Feb. Impact of Hodgkin or non-Hodgkin lymphoma and their treatments on sperm aneuploidy: a prospective study by the French CECOS network, Fertil Steril. ;107(2), p 341-350.e5.
  • Vorilhon S, Brugnon F, Kocer A, Dollet S, Bourgne C, Berger M, Janny L, Pereira B, Aitken RJ, Moazamian A, Gharagozloo P, Drevet J, Pons-Rejraji H. 2018 Apr. Accuracy of human sperm DNA oxidation quantification and threshold determination using an 8-OHdG immuno-detection assay. Human Reproduction; Vol. 33, p553–562.
  • Rives N, Walschaerts M, Setif V, Hennebicq S, Saias J, Brugnon F, Auger J, Berthaut I, Szerman E, Daudin M, Bujan L. 2017 Mar. Sperm aneuploidy after testicular cancer treatment: data from a prospective multicenter study performed within the French Centre d’Étude et de Conservation des Oeufs et du Sperme network. Fertil Steril.;107(3), p 580-588.e1.
  • Kherraf ZE, Christou-Kent M, Karaouzene T, Amiri-Yekta A, Martinez G, Vargas AS, Lambert E, Borel C, Dorphin B, Aknin-Seifer I, Mitchell MJ, Metzler-Guillemain C, Escoffier J, Nef S, Grepillat M, Thierry-Mieg N, Satre V, Bailly M, Boitrelle F, Pernet-Gallay K, Hennebicq S, Fauré J, Bottari SP, Coutton C, Ray PF, Arnoult C. 2017 Aug. SPINK2 deficiency causes infertility by inducing sperm defects in heterozygotes and azoospermia in homozygotes. EMBO Mol Med ;9(8):1132-1149.