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The continued list of selected publications by Dr. Ashok Agarwal is as follows :
 

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Khullar K, Agarwal A, du Plessis SS (2012):
A Hormonal, Physical, and Proteomic View of Obesity-Induced Effects on Male Infertility and Possible Lifestyle Modifications.
Asian Pacific Journal of Reproduction 160-168.
 

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Lakpour N, Mahfouz RZ, Akhondi MM, Agarwal A, Kharrazi H, Zeraati H, Amirjannati N, Sadeghi MR (2012):
Relationship of seminal plasma antioxidants and serum male hormones with sperm chromatin status in male factor infertility.
Syst Biol Reprod Med 58(5): 236-244.
 

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Mouradi R, Desai N, Erdemir A, Agarwal A (2012):
The use of FDTD in establishing in vitro experimentation conditions representative of life like cell phone radiation on the spermatozoa.
Health Phys 102(1): 54-62.
 

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Premkumar BJ and Agarwal A (2012):
Female infertility and assisted reproduction: impact of oxidative stress - an update. Review Article.
Current Women's Health Reviews 8: 183-207.
 

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Wierckx K, Stuyver I, Weyers S, Hamada A, Agarwal A, De Sutter P, T'sjoen G (2012):
Sperm freezing in transsexual women.
Arch Sex Behav 41(5): 1069-1071.
 

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Esteves SC, Lee W, Benjamin DJ, Seol B, Verza S Jr, Agarwal A (2013):
Reproductive potential, including neonatal outcomes, of men with obstructive azoospermia undergoing percutaneous sperm retrieval and intracytoplasmic sperm injection according to the cause of obstruction.
J Urol pii: S0022-5347(12)04703-9. doi: 10.1016/j.juro.2012.08.084.
 

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Kashou AH, Sharma R, Agarwal A (2013):
Assessment of oxidative stress in sperm and semen.
Methods Mol Biol 927: 351-361.
 

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Sharma R, Masaki J, Agarwal A (2013):
Sperm DNA fragmentation analysis using the TUNEL assay.
Methods Mol Biol 927: 121-136.
 

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du Plessis SS, Gokul S, Agarwal A (2013):
Semen hyperviscosity: causes, consequences, and cures.
In: Current Opinions in Andrology and Male Reproductive Biology: Role of Clinical Andrology Laboratories in Fertility Management.
Special Issue of Front Biosci (Elite) 5: 224-231.
 

 
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