Reproductive BioMedicine Online (2019 IF: 3.218) covers the formation, growth and differentiation of the human embryo. It is intended to bring to public attention new research on biological and clinical research on human reproduction and the human embryo including relevant studies on animals. It is published by a group of scientists and clinicians working in these fields of study. Its audience comprises researchers, clinicians, practitioners, academics and patients.
The period of human embryonic growth covered is between the formation of the primordial germ cells in the fetus until mid-pregnancy. High quality research on lower animals is included if it helps to clarify the human situation. Studies progressing to birth and later are published if they have a direct bearing on events in the earlier stages of pregnancy.
Reproductive BioMedicine Online: articles in press and current issue
- Diet quality and perceived effects of dietary changes in Dutch endometriosis patients: an observational study
- Follitropin alfa (OvaleapⓇ) compared with follitropin beta (PuregonⓇ) in women undergoing a first GnRH antagonist cycle for ICSI: a retrospective cohort study
- Response to: Women's emancipation, but what about men?
- Estrogen upregulates DNMT1 and leads to the hypermethylation of RUNX3 in the malignant transformation of ovarian endometriosis
- Women's emancipation, but what about men?
- Premature ovulation; is any risk small enough to take when avoidable?
- Maternal pre-conceptional body mass index associates with embryos’ chromosomal constitution and live birth rate after single euploid blastocyst transfer: just the tip of an iceberg?
- A novel homozygous loss-of-function mutation in CCDC39 causes multiple morphological abnormalities of the sperm flagella in a primary ciliary dyskinesia patient
- Fertility Preservation and Preimplantation Genetic Testing in Women with Familial Adenomatous Polyposis associated Desmoid Tumors: A single centre's experience
- Response to: Premature ovulation; is any risk small enough to take when avoidable?
- Associations between body mass index and the surgical phenotype and location of endometriotic lesions
- Predictive value of serum human chorionic gonadotropin concentrations for pregnancy outcomes of in vitro fertilization in women of different ages
- The follicular fluid adipo-cytokine milieu could serve as a prediction tool for fertility treatment outcomes
- Biallelic loss of function variants in STAG3 result in primary ovarian insufficiency
- Discovery and validation of peritoneal endometriosis biomarkers in peritoneal fluid and serum
- Pregnancy potential of embryos cryopreserved and thawed twice. A case-control study
- Metabolite profiles in the peritoneal cavity of endometriosis patients and mouse models
- Vitrification with microinjection of single seminiferous tubules: an efficient cryopreservation approach for limited testicular tissue
- Mouse model of radiation-induced premature ovarian insufficiency reveals compromised oocyte quality: implications for fertility preservation
- Educational needs of fertility health care professionals using assisted reproductive technologies: A multi-country mixed-methods study
- Clinical outcomes and utilization from over a decade of planned oocyte cryopreservation
- Attitudes of sperm donors in Denmark and the United States towards offspring, identity release and extended genetic screening
- Downregulation of lncRNA IGF2-AS-encoded peptide induces trophoblast cell cycle arrest
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- Assessing the testicular sperm microbiome: a low-biomass site with abundant contamination
- Experience analyzing >190,000 embryo trophectoderm biopsies using a novel FAST-SeqS PGT assay
- Wilfried Feichtinger (1950–2021): an Austrian IVF pioneer
- Associations of FSHR c.2039 G>A and LHCGR c.935 A>G gene variants with ovarian reserve and clinical pregnancy rates
- Hypoxia and oxidative stress in ovarian tissue after transplantation: systematic review of growth factors, hormones and antioxidants to improve follicle outcomes