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“…Folliculogenesis is considered as a critical developmental window for determining the quality of developing oocytes, because this is the prime phase during which female gametes acquire essential products from the maternal pool for driving their subsequent maturation, fertilization and early embryonic development. Therefore, it is likely that any perturbation occurring during follicular growth phase would undoubtedly affect the quality and competence of resulting oocytes [3]. Previous studies on aging mouse models have demonstrated that age-related accumulating oxidative stress and impaired antioxidant status and redox homeostasis are critical contributors to an increasing decline in both quantity and quality of follicles/oocytes [4,6,7].…”
Section: Effect Of Se On Follicle Quantity and Apoptosis In Ovarian Tmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Folliculogenesis is considered as a critical developmental window for determining the quality of developing oocytes, because this is the prime phase during which female gametes acquire essential products from the maternal pool for driving their subsequent maturation, fertilization and early embryonic development. Therefore, it is likely that any perturbation occurring during follicular growth phase would undoubtedly affect the quality and competence of resulting oocytes [3]. Previous studies on aging mouse models have demonstrated that age-related accumulating oxidative stress and impaired antioxidant status and redox homeostasis are critical contributors to an increasing decline in both quantity and quality of follicles/oocytes [4,6,7].…”
Section: Effect Of Se On Follicle Quantity and Apoptosis In Ovarian Tmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It is also well-established that oocytes with declined quality are likely to have a significantly reduced competence for early embryonic development. This decline in quality is largely related to the age-related increase in occurrence of meiotic defects and is also likely to be compounded by additional cytoplasmic perturbations in key physiologic states in oocytes such as mitochondrial function and protein homeostasis [3], and possibly in the lipid profiles in peri-ovarian microenvironment [67]. Nevertheless, it is now well understandable that the decline in oocyte quality and competence is multifactorial and a wholistic and generalized perspective covering all developmental stages of oocytes is needed to fully elucidate the underlaying aging mechanisms [3].…”
Section: Se Effect On In Vitro Embryo Developmental Potentialmentioning
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“…Generally, women's fertility declines faster than men’s fertility, with a dramatic reproductive and endocrinological shift as well as the coming of menopause [ 4 , 5 ]. In fact, reproductive aging and its sequelae are becoming a major health issue, as more women globally are delaying childbearing and life expectancy is increasing [ 6 ]. Therefore, studying reproductive aging is important and will help humans adapt to changes in childbearing age.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%