Overall, the data reported by Wen et al [1] seem to further support the role of ADA genetic polymorphism on human reproduction and call for future research in this area. We may speculate that ADA polymorphism could be considered, in the future, an important parameter in clinical practice and genetic counseling either for in vitro fertilization programs or for the control of pregnancy outcome, further improving maternal and newborn health care.

ADA (22G>A) polymorphism: A possible genetic marker for predictive medicine of human reproduction?

Napolioni V.
2010-01-01

Abstract

Overall, the data reported by Wen et al [1] seem to further support the role of ADA genetic polymorphism on human reproduction and call for future research in this area. We may speculate that ADA polymorphism could be considered, in the future, an important parameter in clinical practice and genetic counseling either for in vitro fertilization programs or for the control of pregnancy outcome, further improving maternal and newborn health care.
2010
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