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Human Fertility and Reproduction

Edited by Edited by Carlo Bulletti (University of Bologna, Italy; Dominique de Ziegler, Columbia Laboratories, Paris, France) and Seth Guller and Mortimer Levitz (New York University School of Medicine, New York City)
Human Fertility and Reproduction

Published: September 2001

Volume 943

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This unique volume provides a comprehensive overview of basic research and clinical applications of reproductive biology, with an emphasis on new developments in the field. The objective is to provide information from basic research that will lead to a clearer understanding of the intricate mechanisms underlying human reproduction—particularly uterine function—and their roles in fertility and sterility. Recent advances in the clinical treatment of human infertility also are presented.

This volume is out of print.