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Meiosis

The form of cell division by which egg and sperm cells are formed. Unlike normal cell division (mitosis), the number of chromosomes in the resulting cells is half that in the original cells.

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A scramble for headlines or an optimistic (sunny side up) contribution to research on fertility preservation? 12 February 2018 Comment
Sperm, eggs and embryos: how do we define them as science offers new possibilities? 18 December 2017 Comment
Preimplantation genetic screening: unvalidated methods discard healthy embryos 11 December 2017 Comment
Older parents pass down more genetic mutations 25 September 2017 News
Regeneration of oocytes from discarded genetic material: will this double IVF success rates? 28 November 2016 Comment
Autism link to mutations in mitochondria 7 November 2016 News
Gene involved in egg and sperm production linked to Down's syndrome 15 August 2016 News
Reassurance for mothers over mosaic aneuploidy in CVS 3 May 2016 Comment
Spanish lab creates human sperm precursors from skin cells 3 May 2016 News
Lab-made sperm used to breed healthy mice 29 February 2016 News
Preventing transmission of mitochondrial DNA disease: new developments 19 November 2012 Comment
Event Review: GENIE Public Engagement Lectures 22 October 2012 Review
An eggsample of why it is hard to prove a negative 30 July 2012 Comment
Every sperm is special, genome sequencing shows 23 July 2012 News
Hype, hope and heresy – or why it is bad to eggsaggerate 12 March 2012 Comment
Beyond the treatment of infertility 13 February 2012 Comment
Ovarian stimulation linked to egg abnormalities in older mothers 4 July 2011 News
Mouse study may offer new clues to miscarriage risk 3 May 2011 News
Molecular approach to male infertility 31 August 2010 News
Children with genetic disorder lack racial prejudices 19 April 2010 News
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