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Protein network linked to cancer is critical to male fertility

(Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center) Researchers studying reproductive science identified a network of proteins often linked to cancer as also important to male fertility and the birth of healthy offspring, according to a study in the Oct. 18 online issue of Cell Reports. The study by Satoshi Namewaka, Ph.D., and colleagues at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center focuses on the precise epigenetic regulation of the sex chromosomes, which is important to germline cells that make male sperm.
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