The aplication of alternative reprodution procedures does sometimes overcome some significative problems related to the human female infertility. Unfortunately, such technological advances have not always been germane with the betterment of the associated diagnostic and therapeutical patterns. The main aim of the present contribution is focused on gainning further knowledge on the preliminar stages of the female meiosis and penetrate into the different aetiologies of the aneuplidy so that diagnosis of the cytogenetic-based human female infertility is improved. To this end, healthy and chromosomically altered ovaries belonging to human female fetuses obtained from therapeuthic abortions have been used as well as comparative analyses with rat fetuses from pregnant females with or without exposure to ionizing radiations. The trial's design allows interspecific analyses as well as the study
|Effective start/end date||1/01/92 → 31/12/94|
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