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Exome Sequencing Analysis of Semen from Patient with Hyperspermia

Hyperspermia affects male reproductive health seriously. To date, the diagnosis of male infertility is usually based on standard semen analysis, but it is very limited in predicting sperm fertility...

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Proteomic Characterization of Protein-Protein Interactions

Identifying all the molecular components within a living cell is the first step into understanding how it functions. To further understand how a cell functions requires identifying the interactions...

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  • Biology of the microfibrils
  • Fibrillins
  • Angiogenesis
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  • Modern biology
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