Wednesday, 25 December 2019

Gene Discovery Of a Possible Cause of Infertility In Men

Scientists have discovered a gene that could potentially be related to male offspring. Experts believe that this gene may be the cause of childbirth in 50% of men, which was previously considered untenable.
The report, published in the American Journal of Human Genetics, states that if a mutation occurs in a gene 'ssCP2', it affects the natural sequence of the male chromosome and either disappears, duplicates itself or Then go somewhere else. In this way, the Manavi germs also become smaller by the activity of the SYCP-2 gene.
To confirm this, the research team conducted experiments on yeast (yeast) and studied the gene. The yeast model showed that if this gene is impaired, it affects the lives of men. He then studied a number of men who were seemingly healthy but missing the father of honor. Compared with other children, the SYCP-2 gene was severely affected.

Samantha Schlet, an important member of the research team, says that males can also be infertile and have a high proportion of defective chromosomes. Although the cause of this was not revealed in men before, this study has now shown that if the cause of infertility is seen in men, the rate of globally can be as high as 30 to 50 percent.

Experts also say that mothers often become hopeless with the same damaged genes, but sooner or later they get aborted.

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