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New Finding About Ovulation May Aid Infertility Treatments
A team of U.S. medical scientists says it has, in a mouse study, identified two proteins that are apparently essential for ovulation to occur.
The researchers from the National Institutes of Health and other facilities said their finding has implications for treating infertility resulting from a failure of ovulation, as well as for developing new means to prevent pregnancy by preventing the release of the egg.
You can read more about this study and the proteins identified in this article: