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

257.    PDF File (agradoc257.pdf    812 Kb)
Agarwal A, Deepinder, F, Cocuzza, M, Agarwal, R, Short, RA, Sabanegh, E, Marmar, JL. (2007):
Efficacy of varicocelectomy in improving semen parameters: new meta-analytical approach.
Urology 70: 532-538.
 

258.    PDF File (agradoc258.pdf    82 Kb)
Esfandiari, N, Falcone, T, Goldberg, J, Agarwal, A, Sharma, RK (2007):
Heat-shock proteins modulate the incidence of apoptosis and oxidative stress in preimplantation mouse embryos.
Fertil Steril 87: 1214-1217.
 

259.    PDF File (agradoc259.pdf    178 Kb)
Coccuzza, M, Sikka, S, Athayde, K, Agarwal, A. (2007):
Clinical relevance of oxidative stress and sperm chromatin damage in male infertility: An evidence based analysis.
Int Braz J Urol. 33: 603-621.
 

260.    PDF File (agradoc260.pdf    55 Kb)
Aziz, N. and Agarwal, A. (2007):
Evaluation of sperm damage: Beyond the WHO criteria. Commentary. Review Article.
Fertil Steril. 2007 Oct 20; [Epub ahead of print].
 

261.    PDF File (agradoc261.pdf    262 Kb)
Agarwal, A., Makker, K, Sharma, RK (2008):
Clinical relevance of oxidative stress in male factor infertility: an update. Review Article.
AJRI 59: 211.
 

262.    PDF File (agradoc262.pdf    948 Kb)
Varghese, AC, Goldberg, E, Agarwal, A. (2007):
Current and future perspectives on intracytoplasmic sperm injection: a critical commentary. Review Article.
RBM Online Vol 15 No 6. 2007: 719-727.
 

263.    PDF File (agradoc263.pdf    187 Kb)
Raina, R, Pahlajani, G, Khan, S, , Gupta, S, Zippe, CD, and Agarwal A (2007):
Female sexual dysfunction: classification, pathophysiology and management. Review Article.
Fertil Steril 88: 1273-1284.
 

264.    PDF File (agradoc264.pdf    310 Kb)
Coccuzza, M and Agarwal, A (2007):
Nonsurgical treatment of Male infertility: Specific and empiric Therapy. Review Article.
Biologics: Targets & Therapy 2007:1(3) 259269.
 

265.    PDF File (agradoc265.pdf    167 Kb)
Krajcir, N, Chowdary, H, Gupta, S, Agarwal, A (2008):
Female infertility and Assisted Reproduction: impact of oxidative stress. Review Article.
Cur Wom Health Rev. 4, 9-15.
 

266.    PDF File (agradoc266.pdf    908 Kb)
Jha, R, Agarwal, A, Mahfouz, R, Paasch, U, Grunewald, S, Sabanegh, E, Yadav, S, Sharma, R (2009):
Determination of Poly (ADP-ribose) polymerase (PARP) homologues in human ejaculated sperm and its correlation with sperm maturation.
Fertil Steril 91: 782-790. [E-pub]
 

267.    PDF File (agradoc267.pdf    91 Kb)
Raina, R, Pahlajani, G, Agarwal, A and Zippe, CD (2008):
Early penile rehabilitation following radical prostatectomy: Cleveland clinic experience.
Int. Journal of Impotence Research (2008) 20, 121126.
 

268.    PDF File (agradoc268.pdf    131 Kb)
Pasqualotto, FF, Sundaram, A, Sharma, RK, Borges, E Jr,Pasqualotto, EB, Agarwal, A (2008):
Semen quality and oxidative stress scores in fertile and infertile patients with varicocele.
Fertil Steril Vol. 89, No. 3, March 2008: 602-607.
 

269.    PDF File (agradoc269.pdf    89 Kb)
Cocuzza, M., Athayde, K., Agarwal, A, Sharma, R., Pagani, R., Lucon, AM., Srougi, M., and Hallak, J. (2008):
Age related increase of reactive oxygen species in neat semen in healthy fertile men.
Urology 71: 490-494.
 

270.    PDF File (agradoc270.pdf    277 Kb)
Mahfouz, R, Sharma, RK, Sharma, D, Sabanegh, E, Agarwal, A (2009):
Diagnostic value of the total antioxidant capacity (TAC) in human seminal plasma.
Fertil Steril 91: 805-811.
 

271.    PDF File (agradoc271.pdf    474 Kb)
Said, M, Agarwal, A, Glander, HJ, Grunewald, S, Zborowski, M, Paasch, U, (2008):
Utility of magnetic cell separation as a molecular sperm separation technique.
J Androl 29: 134-142.
 

272.    PDF File (agradoc272.pdf    770 Kb)
Abdelrazik, H, Sharma, R., Mahfouz, R, Agarwal, A (2009):
L Carnitine (LC) decreases DNA damage and improves the in vitro blastocyst development rate in mouse embryos.
Fertil Steril 91: 589-596.
 

273.
Tomova, T, Makker, M, Kirilov, G, Agarwal, A, Kumanov, P (2008):
Disturbances in gonadal axis in women with anorexia nervosa.
Eating and Weight Disorders Dec;12(4): e92-97.
 

274.    PDF File (agradoc274.pdf    267 Kb)
Agarwal, A, Bragais, FM, Sabanegh, E. (2008):
Assessing sperm function. Review Article.
Urological Clinics of North America 35: 157-171.
 

275.    PDF File (agradoc275.pdf    213 Kb)
Agarwal A, Deepinder F, Cocuzza M, Short RA, Evenson DP (2008):
Effect of vaginal lubricants on sperm motility and chromatin integrity: a prospective comparative study.
Fertil Steril. 89: 375-379.
 

276.    PDF File (agradoc276.pdf    1171 Kb)
Mansour G, Abdelrazik H, Sharma RK, Radwan E, Falcone T, Agarwal A (2009):
L-carnitine supplementation reduces oocyte cytoskeleton damage and embryo apoptosis induced by incubation in peritoneal fluid from patients with endometriosis.
Fertil Steril 91: 2079-2086. [E-pub]
 

277.    PDF File (agradoc277.pdf    97 Kb)
French, D, Desai, N, Agarwal, A (2008):
Varicocele repair: does it still have a role in infertility treatment. Review Article.
Curr Opin Obstet Gynecol 20: 269-274.
 

278.    PDF File (agradoc278.pdf    117 Kb)
Coccuzza, M, Athayde, K, Agarwal, A, Pagani, R, Sikka, S, Lucon, A, Srougi, M, Hallak, J. (2008):
Impact of clinical varicocoele and testis size on seminal reactive oxygen species levels in a fertile population: a prospective controlled study.
Fertil Steril 90: 1103-1108.
 

279.    PDF File (agradoc279.pdf    472 Kb)
Gupta, S, Goldberg, J, Aziz, N, Goldberg, E, Krajcir, N, Agarwal, A (2008):
Pathogenic mechanisms in endometriosis - associated infertility. Review article.
Modern Trends, Fertil Steril 90: 247-257.
 

280.    PDF File (agradoc280.pdf    2611 Kb)
Agarwal, A, Gupta, S, Sekhon, L, Shah, R (2008):
Redox considerations in female reproductive function and assisted reproduction: from molecular mechanisms to health implications. Review Article.
Antioxidants & Redox Signaling 10: 1375-1403.
 

281.    PDF File (agradoc281.pdf    899 Kb)
Mahfouz, RZ, Sharma, R, Poenicke, K, Jha, R, Paasch, U, Grunewald, S, Agarwal, A (2009):
Evaluation of poly (ADP-ribose) polymerase cleavage (cPARP) in ejaculated human sperm fractions after induction of apoptosis.
Fertil Steril 91: 2210-2220. [E-pub]
 

282.    PDF File (agradoc282.pdf    368 Kb)
Deepinder, F, Cocuzza, M, Agarwal, A (2008):
Should seminal oxidative stress measurement be offered routinely to men presenting for infertility evaluation? Review Article.
Endocrine Practice 14: 484-491.
 

283.    PDF File (agradoc283.pdf    231 Kb)
Grunewald, S, Said, T, Paasch, U, Glander, HJ, Agarwal, A (2008):
Relationship between sperm apoptosis signaling and oocyte penetration capacity.
International Journal of Andrology 31: 325-330.
 

284.    PDF File (agradoc284.pdf    439 Kb)
du Plessis, SS, Makker, K, Desai, NR, Agarwal, A (2008):
The impact of oxidative stress on in vitro fertilization. Review Article.
Expert Review of Obstetrics and Gynecology 3(4): 539-554.
 

285.    PDF File (agradoc285.pdf    827 Kb)
Deepinder, F. Agrawal, A (2008):
Technical and ethical challenges of fertility preservation in young cancer patients. Review Article.
Reprod Biomed Online 16: 784-791.
 

286.    PDF File (agradoc286.pdf    513 Kb)
Cocuzza, M, Cocuzza, MA, Bragais, FM, Agarwal, A (2008):
The role of varicocele repair in the new era of assisted reproductive technology.
Clinics 2008;63: 395-404.
 

287.    PDF File (agradoc287.pdf    529 Kb)
Mahfouz RZ, Sharma, R, Lackner, J, Aziz, N, Agarwal, A (2008):
Evaluation of chemiluminescence and flowcytometry as tools in assessing production of hydrogen peroxide and superoxide anion in human spermatozoa.
Fertil Steril 92(2):819-827.
 

288.    PDF File (agradoc288.pdf    86 Kb)
Ghabili, K, Shoja, MM, Agutter, PS, Hazhir, S, Agarwal, A (2008):
Hypothesis: Intracellular acidification contributes to infertility in varicocele.
Fertil Steril [E-pub].
 

 
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