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Médecine de la Reproduction

Médecine de la Reproduction

Official journal of the "Society of Reproductive Medicine" (SMR)

Médecine de la Reproduction is concerned with procreation and therefore with the functioning of the reproductive system at all stages of life (including in utero), sexual health, hygiene, as well as with all the processes, functions, systems and mechanisms that facilitate or, on the contrary, inhibit or forbid reproduction, for the couple or the individual.


Médecine de la Reproduction thus offers review articles written by the best clinicians and researchers in the field, addressing all the specialties involved in its field of interest: gametogenesis, endocrinology, physiology and pathologies of the reproductive system, embryology, infertility, biology, genetics, ethics, etc., without forgetting research and teaching.

 

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Volume 24, issue 2, Avril-Mai-Juin 2022

Mini-revue

Article Spheroids and oviduct organoids: new models to better understand fertility
Karine Reynaud, Coline Mahé, Lorraine Schmaltz, Pascal Mermillod, Marie Saint-Dizier

Article Innovations to improve implantation: contribution of Omics techniques
Delphine Haouzi, Samir Hamamah

Article Action of antimüllerian hormone in the hypothalamus and pituitary gland and its pathophysiological role in polycystic ovary syndrome
Maëliss Peigné, Anne-Laure Barbotin, Mauro Silva, Paolo Giacobini

Article Advances in spermatogenesis approaches in vitro
Moutard Laura, Saulnier Justine, Delessard Marion, Rives-Feraille Aurélie, Jaeger Catherine, Rondanino Christine, Dumont Ludovic, Rives Nathalie

Article Pregnancy bioengineering: getting rid of the uterus?
Olivier Sandra, Emmanuelle Motte-Signoret, Alice Jouneau

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