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Long, mysterious strips of RNA contribute to low sperm count

20:00 EDT 23 Aug 2017 | AAAS

(Case Western Reserve University) Scientists have found distinctive portions of genetic material -- known as lncRNAs -- that help sperm develop. Male mice lacking a particular lncRNA have low sperm count, suggesting lncRNAs could represent novel infertility drug targets.

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