Assay of total glutathione and glutathione disulphide in seminal plasma of male partners of couples presenting for a fertility evaluation
Evaluation of the protective effect of quercetin against cisplatin-induced renal and testis tissue damage and sperm parameters in rats
Regeneration of spermatogenesis in a mouse model of azoospermia by follicle-stimulating hormone and oestradiol
Impaired emotional state, quality of life and cognitive functions in young hypogonadal men
p53 and mitogen-activated protein kinase pathway protein profiles in fresh and frozen spermatozoa
High level of intracellular sperm oxidative stress negatively influences embryo pronuclear formation after intracytoplasmic sperm injection treatment
Androgen receptor inducing bladder cancer progression by promoting an epithelial–mesenchymal transition
Protective effect of ebselen on experimental testicular torsion and detorsion injury
In vitro study of cypermethrin on human spermatozoa and the possible protective role of vitamins C and E
Relationship of semen hyperviscosity with IL-6, TNF-α, IL-10 and ROS production in seminal plasma of infertile patients with prostatitis and prostato-vesiculitis
Prostate cancer incidence in orchidectomised male-to-female transsexual persons treated with oestrogens
Fish oil, contained in eicosapentaenoic acid and docosahexaenoic acid, attenuates testicular and spermatological damage induced by cisplatin in rats
Relevance of seminal plasma nitric oxide levels and the efficacy of SSRI treatment on lifelong premature ejaculation
Human leucocytes in asthenozoospermic patients: endothelial nitric oxide synthase expression
Effect of total motile sperm count in intra-uterine insemination on ongoing pregnancy rate
Validation of the German version of the ‘Hypogonadism Related Symptom Scale’ (HRS) in andrological patients with infertility, HIV infection and metabolic syndrome
Male reproductive hormone profile in Rwandan students
Association of IgA secretory component sialylation with leucocytospermia of infertile men – a pilot study