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Mónica Hebe Vazquez-Levin *

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El trabajo de investigación clínica realizado sobre más de 10.000 hombres en los que se evaluó su calidad seminal, demuestra una disminución en los valores de los parámetros espermáticos con la edad, así como con ciertas condiciones clínicas y estilos de

EL POTENCIAL FERTIL DEL HOMBRE DISMINUYE CON SU EDAD, ASI COMO CON LA OBESIDAD, EL CONSUMO DE ALCOHOL Y EL TABAQUISMO.

El incremento de la edad del hombre es un factor que, per se, afecta negativamente la calidad espermática. Además, la obesidad contribuye de forma importante al daño causado por la edad. El consumo de alcohol y el tabaquismo tienen un efecto negativo adicional al de la edad, aunque menor que el de la obesidad. Estos hallazgos son muy relevantes teniendo en cuenta la tendencia global a la postergación de la paternidad, el aumento en la obesidad y en el consumo de alcohol y tabaco.

*Mónica Hebe Vazquez-Levin
describe para SIIC los aspectos relevantes de su trabajo
IMPACT OF AGE, CLINICAL CONDITIONS, AND LIFESTYLE ON ROUTINE SEMEN PARAMETERS AND SPERM KINEMATICS
Fertility and Sterility,
110(1):68-75 Jul, 2018

Esta revista, clasificada por SIIC Data Bases, integra el acervo bibliográfico
de la Biblioteca Biomédica (BB) SIIC.

Institución principal de la investigación
*Instituto de Biología y Medicina Experimental (ibyme). Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas de Argentina (conicet)- Fundación Ibyme (fibyme), Ciudad Autónoma De Buenos Aire, Argentina
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Otros artículos de Mónica Hebe Vazquez-Levin

Vázquez MH, Phillips D, Wassarman P. Interaction of mouse sperm with sperm receptors covalently linked to silica beads. J Cell Science 92:713-722, 1989.
Vázquez Levin MH, Reventos J, Gordon JW. Molecular cloning, sequencing and restriction mapping of the genomic sequence encoding human proacrosin. J Eur Biochem 207:23-26, 1992.
Vázquez Levin MH, Notrica JA, Polak de Fried E. Male immunological infertility: sperm performance on in vitro fertilization. Fertil Steril 68:675-681, 1997.
Furlong LI, Hellman U, Krimer A, Tezón JG, Charreau EH, Vázquez Levin MH. Expression of human proacrosin in Escherichia coli and binding to zona pellucida. Biol Reprod 62:606-615, 2000.
Marín Briggiler CI, Veiga MF, Matos ML, González- Echeverría MF, Furlong LI, Vázquez Levin MH. Expression of epithelial cadherin in the human male reproductive tract and gametes and evidence of its participation in fertilization.
Marín Briggiler CI, González Echeverría MF, Munuce MJ, Ghersevich S, Caille AM, Hellman U, Corrigall VM, Vázquez Levin MH. Glucose-regulated protein 78 (Grp78/BiP) is secreted by human oviduct epithelial cells and modulates sperm-zona pellucida binding. Fertil Steril 93:1574-84, 2010.
Marín Briggiler CI, Lapyckyj L, González Echeverría MF, Rawe VY, Alvarez Sedó C, Vázquez Levin MH. Neural cadherin is expressed in human gametes and participates in sperm-oocyte interaction events Int J Androl 33:e228-39, 2010.
Gabrielli NM, Veiga MF, Matos ML, Quintana S, Chemes HE, Blanco G, Vázquez Levin MH. Expression of dysadherin in the human male reproductive tract and in spermatozoa. Fertil Steril 96:554-561.e2, 2011.
García L, Veiga MF, Lustig L, Vázquez Levin MH, Veaute C. DNA immunization to proacrosin impairs fertilization in male mice. Am J Reprod Immunol 68:56-67, 2012.
Veron GL, Molina RI, Tissera AD, Estofan G, Marín Briggiler CI, Vázquez Levin MH. Incidence of sperm surface autoantibodies and relationship with routine semen parameters and sperm kinematics. Am J Reprod Immunol 76:59-69, 2016.

Para comunicarse con Mónica Hebe Vazquez-Levin mencionar a SIIC como referencia:
mhvazl@gmail.com

Autor invitado
14 de marzo, 2019
Descripción aprobada
20 de marzo, 2019
Reedición siicsalud
16 de julio, 2019

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EL POTENCIAL FERTIL DEL HOMBRE DISMINUYE CON SU EDAD, ASI COMO CON LA OBESIDAD, EL CONSUMO DE ALCOHOL Y EL TABAQUISMO.

Título original en castellano
IMPACTO DE LA EDAD, CONDICIONES CLINICAS Y ESTILOS DE VIDA EN LOS PARAMETROS SEMINALES Y EN LA CINEMATICA ESPERMATICA

Autor
Mónica Hebe Vazquez-Levin1
1 Dra. en Ciencias Químicas de L, Instituto de Biología y Medicina Experimental (ibyme). Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas de Argentina (conicet)- Fundación Ibyme (fibyme), Ciudad Autónoma De Buenos Aire, Argentina, Investigadora Principal Conicet. Directo

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