Genome-wide 5-hydroxymethylcytosine patterns in human spermatogenesis are associated with semen quality

Olga A. Efimova, Anna A. Pendina, Andrei V. Tikhonov, Sergey E. Parfenyev, Irina D. Mekina, Evgeniia M. Komarova, Mariia A. Mazilina, Eugene V. Daev, Olga G. Chiryaeva, Ilona A. Galembo, Mikhail I. Krapivin, Oleg S. Glotov, Irina S. Stepanova, Svetlana A. Shlykova, Igor Yu Kogan, Alexander M. Gzgzyan, Tatyana V. Kuznetzova, Vladislav S. Baranov

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