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Scientists have made great progress the development of sperm in the laboratory, which opens the door to the possibility that infertile man able to bear children, according to the Daily Telegraph reported today.
Was able to researchers in Germany and Israel from the germination of sperm of a mouse from a few cells in the laboratory.
And managed the team of scientists headed by Dr.. Stefan Falt from the University of Münster, Germany germination of semen from the bacterial cells. The cells in the testes and responsible for production of semen.
Scientists were able to produce sperm cells surrounded the germ in a special compound to form an environment similar to those found in the testes.
Said Mr. Mahmoud Hlehl - which grew in semen at Ben Gurion University in Beersheba - "I think that in the end it will be possible to produce human sperm routinely extracted tissue containing germ cells from the testes of men urged the production of sperm in the laboratory."
He praised Stephen Gordon - a senior consultant male infertility medical services British - this great progress, and said that "This development could revolutionize the treatment of fertility and allow all men that they are biological parents."
It is worth mentioning that the problem of male sterility increased during the last fifty years and it is comparable to a large increase in the number of sperm in men. It was due to some environmental factors such as pollution and other factors.
A d. Hlehl now that his team is quick to intensify their success in mice to help men with infertility.
In an attempt to speed up the search to find a way to produce human propose d me.Richard Sharp from the University of Edinburgh to use a mouse as a host district for the production of human semen, by taking some of the fabric of human testis by germ cells and placed under the skin of the mouse and use it to host cells. Then extract the resulting semen and used in fertility treatment.
Source: The Daily Telegraph