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Asian Journal of Andrology (AJA) is an international peer-reviewed open access journal. AJA spans the breadth of menís health and related interdisciplinary fields. Areas that are covered include, but are not limited to: Sperm Biology; Male Reproduction; Male Infertility; Semen Analysis & Sperm Functional Assays; Sperm Selection & Quality and ART Outcomes; Male Sexual Dysfunction; Male Puberty Development; Male Ageing; Prostate Diseases; Operational Andrology; HIV & Male Reproductive Tract Infection; Male Contraception; Environmental, Life Style, Genetic Factors and Male Health.
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Validation of targeted microsurgical spermatic cord denervation: comparison of outcomes to traditional complete microsurgical spermatic cord denervation
The aim of this study was to validate the effectiveness of targeted microsurgical spermatic cord denervation (MSCD) of the trifecta nerve complex in comparison to traditional full MSCD with complete...
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Simplifying the ShangRing technique for circumcision in boys and men: use of the no-flip technique with randomization to removal at 7 days versus spontaneous detachment
To assess safety of the no-flip ShangRing male circumcision technique and to determine clinical course and safety of spontaneous detachment (i.e., allowing the device to fall off), we conducted a ca...
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Inhibin B: are modified ranges needed for orchiectomised testicular cancer patients?
Inhibin B is a gonadal hormone that downregulates the pituitary production of follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH). In recent years, inhibin B has proved to be an excellent marker of spermatogenesis a...
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Protein kinase A inhibition induces EPAC-dependent acrosomal exocytosis in human sperm
To interact with the egg, the spermatozoon must undergo several biochemical and motility modifications in the female reproductive tract, collectively called capacitation. Only capacitated sperm can ...
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Strawberry Notch 1 (SBNO1) promotes proliferation of spermatogonial stem cells via the noncanonical Wnt pathway in mice
While it is known that spermatogonial stem cells (SSCs) initiate the production of male germ cells, the mechanisms of SSC self-renewal, proliferation, and differentiation remain poorly understood. W...
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A technique of pretightening dorsal vein complex can facilitate laparoscopic radical prostatectomy
Wei Chen, Jin-Cai Zhou, Lei Xu, Xiao-Yi Hu, Zhi-Bing Xu, Jian-Ming Guo
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Regular penis-root masturbation, a novel behavioral therapy in the treatment of primary premature ejaculation
Gong-Chao Ma, Zi-Jun Zou, Yu-Fen Lai, Xun Zhang, Yan Zhang
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Separate Chinese lines for prostate cancer?
Finn Edler von Eyben
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