RANKL regulates male reproductive function
Infertility is a frequent problem affecting up to 26% of all couples globally. Impaired semen quality is often the cause, but few treatment options exist. The RANKL system is an essential regulator of bone resorption. This current study by Blomberg Jensen M. and colleagues provides insights into a yet unrecognized regulatory role of RANKL in male reproductive function. These findings may ultimately be of clinical relevance since an approved specific RANKL inhibitor is in use to treat osteoporosis in women and men. Read more: https://buff.ly/3tV49aF
Biomedica ELISA kits were used in this study to measure soluble RANKL and OPG in serum and seminal fluid.
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