Published in Cancer Weekly, August 16th, 2011
"We studied chromosomes in the sperm of two male carriers of TP53 mutations. We observed increased sperm aneuploidy, mainly concerning the gonosomes when compared to four normal male controls," wrote P. Paulasova and colleagues, Charles University.
The researchers concluded: "This observation may correlate with the involvement of the p53 protein in spermatogenesis, with its role in...
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