Study: Defective ion channel in sperm flagellum renders men infertile, affects medically assisted reproduction

In half of the couples that are unable to conceive a child, the infertility is due to the man. A new study identifies the defective function of “CatSper,” an ion channel controlling calcium levels in sperm, as a common cause of seemingly unexplained male infertility.

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