Reproductive BioMedicine Online (IF: 2.796) covers the formation, growth and differentiation of the human embryo. It is intended to bring to public attention new research on biological and clinical research on human reproduction and the human embryo including relevant studies on animals. It is published by a group of scientists and clinicians working in these fields of study. Its audience comprises researchers, clinicians, practitioners, academics and patients.
The period of human embryonic growth covered is between the formation of the primordial germ cells in the fetus until mid-pregnancy. High quality research on lower animals is included if it helps to clarify the human situation. Studies progressing to birth and later are published if they have a direct bearing on events in the earlier stages of pregnancy.
Reproductive BioMedicine Online: articles in press and current issue
- Serum anti-Müllerian hormone concentration before and after salpingectomy for ectopic pregnancy
- The expected cumulative incidence of live birth of patients starting IVF treatment at age 41 years or older
- Towards international standardization of immunoassays for Müllerian inhibiting substance/anti-Müllerian hormone
- Patentability of time-lapse monitoring has nothing to do with human dignity: a response to Alain Pottage
- pH stability of human preimplantation embryo culture media: effects of culture and batches
- Prevalence and authenticity of de-novo segmental aneuploidy (>16 Mb) in human blastocysts as detected by next-generation sequencing
- Profiles for long non-coding RNAs in ovarian granulosa cells from women with PCOS with or without hyperandrogenism
- Is blastomere multinucleation a safeguard against embryo aneuploidy? Back to the future
- Metabolic characteristics of normal weight central obesity phenotype polycystic ovary syndrome women: a large-scale national epidemiological survey
- Dignity (yet) again. A rejoinder to de Miguel and Sanz
- Conventional versus minimal ovarian stimulation: an intra-patient comparison of ovarian response in poor-responder women according to Bologna Criteria
- Trends in anti-Müllerian hormone concentrations across different stages of pregnancy in women with polycystic ovary syndrome
- Endometrial thickness of less than 7.5 mm is associated with obstetric complications in fresh IVF cycles: a retrospective cohort study
- Sperm cryopreservation: A review on current molecular cryobiology and advanced approaches
- Human mitochondrial DNA haplogroup M8a influences the penetrance of m.8684C>T in Han Chinese men with non-obstructive azoospermia
- Assisted reproductive technology in Beijing, 2013–2015
- Social egg freezing: Who chooses and who uses?
- Status of preimplantation genetic testing and embryo selection
- Cocaine alters the mouse testicular epigenome with direct impact on histone acetylation and DNA methylation marks
- New strategies of ovarian stimulation based on the concept of ovarian follicular waves: from conventional to random and double stimulation
- The emperor still looks naked
- GnRH antagonist for endometrial priming in an oocyte donation programme: a prospective, randomized controlled trial
- Response: how PGS/PGT-a laboratories succeeded in losing all credibility
- Editorial Board
- Response: how PGS/PGT-A laboratories succeeded in losing all credibility
- A big step forward for PGT-M?
- Is 45 years-of-age the cut-off for using autologous oocytes?
- How PGS/PGT-A laboratories succeeded in losing all credibility
- The UK’s anomalous 10-year limit on oocyte storage: time to change the law