13th NYRA Meeting – COVID-19 statement

Due to the COVID-19 worldwide situation, for the health and safety of the attendees, the 13th NYRA Meeting has been postponed to next May 29th-30th, 2021 and will take place as a Virtual Meeting. Don’t miss this opportunity to join the young researcher community! Stay tuned to our different channels for upcoming news! Registration will open …

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13th NYRA Meeting – SAVE THE DATES!

Registration Abstract submission 13th NYRA Meeting: REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Due to the COVID-19 worldwide situation, for the health and safety of the attendees, the 13th NYRA Meeting has been postponed to next May 29th-30th, 2021 and will take place as a Virtual Meeting. Don’t miss this opportunity to join the young researcher community! Submitting your …

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First live birth after autologous testicular tissue grafting in rhesus macaques

Fertility preservation in young people before gonadotoxic therapies (for cancer or other diseases) is nowadays one of the most challenging issues in reproductive biology. However, interesting breakthroughs are bringing it closer to reality. As we commented in our last post, Dr. Goossens’ group achieved complete spermatogenesis in intratesticular testis tissue xenotransplants from immature non-human primates. …

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Complete spermatogenesis in intratesticular testis tissue xenotransplants from immature non-human primate

Boys receiving gonadotoxic treatment (e.g. chemo- or radiotherapy) before puberty face the possibility of being infertile when they reach adulthood due to the loss of germ cells. As mature spermatozoa are not present, the only fertility preservation strategy currently offered involves the cryopreservation of immature testis tissue (ITT) containing spermatogonial stem cells (SSCs). Auto-transplantation of …

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Newsletter Summer Edition 2016

Dear INYRMF member, Our Summer newsletter has finally arrived! In this sun-filled edition, we offer several pleasant readings to be perfectly enjoyed while drinking a glass of freshly brewed ice tea! To begin with, we are proud to describe the great success achieved during the last satellite INYRMF meeting held in Rennes, France. Following, we provide …

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