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Current Issue

September 2019| Vol 8| Issue 5

Perspective Article

Hormones in male reproduction and fertility

Male factor infertility accounts for about half of overall global infertility cases[1]. It involves complex pathophysiological mechanisms[2]. Since male reproductive functions are fine-tuned by orch...

Review Article

Male reproductive hormones and semen quality

Male reproductive functions are mediated by different hormones whose orchestrations remain a major research interest. The ‘master’ regulator hormonal axis is the hypothalamo- pituitary-g...

Review Article

Obesity, endocrine disruption and male infertility

Obesity has become a global pandemic since the last few decades with prevalence in more than one-third of the population in the United States. Another concurrent global health concern is the declini...

Review Article

Thyroid hormones in male reproduction and infertility

Thyroid hormones have been well studied for its relevance to male reproduction in the last few decades. They are considered as essential regulators of male reproductive functions and play vital role...

Review Article

Role of melatonin in male reproduction

Melatonin, conventionally accepted as a pineal gland secretion, is a neuromodulator whose physiological concentrations are regulated by circadian rhythms. Alteration in melatonin levels owing to cir...

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ISSN - Print: 2305-0500,
Online: 2305-0519

Asian Pacific Journal of Reproduction, a publication of Hainan Medical University, is a peer-reviewed print + online Bimonthly journal.

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