Genetics of Human Infertility
|Auteur||Peter H. Vogt|
|Date de parution||7 mars 2017|
|Nombre de pages||190|
|Dimension||18 x 24|
Descriptif détaillé : Genetics of Human Infertility
Its complex etiology often, but not always, includes genetic factors besides anatomical defects, immunological interference, and environmental aspects. Nearly 30% of infertility cases are probably caused only by genetic defects.
Thereby experimental animal knockout models convincingly show that infertility can be caused by single or multiple gene defects. Translating those basic research ﬁndings into clinical studies is challenging, leaving genetic causes for the vast majority of infertility patients unexplained. Nevertheless, a large number of candidate genes have been revealed by sophisticated molecular methods.
What is the content of "Genetics of Human Infertility" ?
This book provides a comprehensive overview on the subject of infertility written by the leading authorities in this field. It covers topics including basic biological, cytological, and molecular studies, as well as common and uncommon syndromes. It is a must-read for human geneticists, endocrinologists, epidemiologists, zoologists, and counsellors in human genetics, infertility, and assisted reproduction.
Who is the author of "Genetics of Human Infertility" ?
Peter H. Vogt Division of Reproduction Genetics, Depart. Gynecological Endocrinology & Reproductive Medicine, Medical Faculty of University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany.