In The News: Bone Hormone May Impact Male Infertility

 

A hormone produced by bone-building cells may have a role in regulating male fertility.

Osteocalcin seems to promote production of the sex steroid hormone testosterone, and increase fertility, in male mice, according to a study led by Gerard Karsenty, a geneticist at Columbia University in New York, and published in Cell.

Click here to read the full article:  http://www.nature.com/news/2011/110217/full/news.2011.107.html

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