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Assisted Reproductive Technology

Accomplishments and New Horizons

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This insightful and thought-provoking collection of chapters describes the rapid advances that have revolutionised reproductive medicine. This transformation is the result of converging and overlapping developments in reproductive biology, molecular biology and genetics. These advances allied with remarkable technical developments are pushing the boundaries of this discipline ever faster forward. This volume surveys this rapid expansion and looks ahead at exciting new prospects for the future that stand at the watershed between basic science and clinical application. From oogeneis and spermatogenesis, through to fertilisation, embryogenesis, and cloning, this volume looks at cutting-edge technologies and scientific advances. Subsequent chapters focus on infertility and its diagnosis and treatment using the full armory of assisted reproductive technologies. A concluding section surveys the impact of these developments on the provision, regulation and financing of reproductive health care in the global community.

Author Biography

Professor Christopher De Jonge is Director of Laboratories at the Reproductive Medicine Center Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Minnesota. Professor Christopher Barratt is Scientific Director at the Assisted Conception Unit, Birmingham Women's Hospital.
Release date NZ
July 11th, 2002
Contributors
Edited by Christopher J. De Jonge Edited by Christopher L.R. Barratt
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Cambridge University Press
Pages
446
Dimensions
189x246x34
ISBN-13
9780521801218
Product ID
2161528

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