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Une altération génétique peut-elle être à l’origine d’une infertilité masculine et féminine ?

Could a genetic defect impact male and female fertility?

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Vialard, F., Boudjenah, R. Une altération génétique peut-elle être à l’origine d’une infertilité masculine et féminine ?. Basic Clin. Androl. 20, 120–122 (2010) doi:10.1007/s12610-009-0058-3

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