In genetic engineering and fertility, sperm sorting is a technique allowing the selection of the type of sperm cell to fertilize the egg cell with. It can be used to … Continue Reading Cheap, simple technique allows sex selection of sperm before fertilization.
Cervical cancer is a cancerous growth situated at the entrance of a woman’s womb, otherwise known as the cervix, mainly affecting sexually active females aged between 30 and 45. According … Continue Reading Link identified between cervical microbiome and cancer.
When skin cells responsible for pigmentation are exposed to estrogen or progesterone, the cells respond by adjusting their melanin production, resulting in either skin darkening or lightening. Although pregnant women … Continue Reading Study identifies previously unknown pathways that control skin tanning and lightening.
The mammalian Y chromosome encodes a specialized set of genes that are essential for male viability and fertility. In particular, the sex-determining region Y (SRY) protein is necessary to initiate … Continue Reading Male mice without any Y chromosome produce offspring with assisted reproduction.
In general, infertility is defined as not being able to get pregnant after one year of unprotected sex. Causes of infertility or reproductive problems include disease and aging, with male … Continue Reading Researchers identify specific neurons which activate fertility master switch.
An innocent mistake made by a graduate student in a Northwestern Medicine lab (they accidentally used male mice instead of female mice during an experiment) has led scientists to an … Continue Reading Simple mistake made in study leads to sex bias breakthrough in multiple sclerosis.
George Washington University (GW) researchers have found an important sex-dependent difference in the level of RORA protein in brain tissues of males and females. Specifically, females without autism have a … Continue Reading Another neurogenetic piece of the autistic sex-bias puzzle is found.