José Remohí spends much of his time researching Gynecology, Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Pregnancy and Andrology. The various areas that he examines in his Gynecology study include Embryo transfer, Cryopreservation, Embryo, Fertility preservation and Live birth. His Internal medicine research includes elements of Follicular fluid and Blastocyst.
His Pregnancy study incorporates themes from Prospective cohort study and Follicle-stimulating hormone. He combines subjects such as In vitro fertilisation and Gonadotropin with his study of Andrology. His Gonadotropin research includes themes of Ovulation and Gestation.
José Remohí mainly focuses on Andrology, Pregnancy, Gynecology, Internal medicine and Endocrinology. His Andrology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Oocyte, Cryopreservation, Embryo and Intracytoplasmic sperm injection. His Pregnancy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Endometrium and Obstetrics.
His work investigates the relationship between Gynecology and topics such as Embryo transfer that intersect with problems in Randomized controlled trial. Internal medicine is frequently linked to Follicular fluid in his study. José Remohí has included themes like Ovulation and Estrogen in his Gonadotropin study.
His primary scientific interests are in Andrology, Embryo, Pregnancy, Live birth and Gynecology. José Remohí interconnects Intracytoplasmic sperm injection, Reproduction, Cryopreservation and Blastocyst in the investigation of issues within Andrology. His study in the field of Embryo quality and In vitro fertilisation also crosses realms of Mathematics.
His Pregnancy research incorporates elements of Prospective cohort study, Fertility and Human fertilization. His Live birth research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Microbiome, Confidence interval, Fertility preservation, Blastocyst Transfer and Obstetrics. His Gynecology research incorporates themes from Embryo transfer, Survival rate, Pregnancy rate, Endometrium and Oocyte.
His primary areas of study are Gynecology, Live birth, Pregnancy, Embryo and In vitro fertilisation. His work deals with themes such as Survival rate and Miscarriage, which intersect with Gynecology. His study in Live birth is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Vagina, Endometrium, Blastocyst Transfer and Uterus.
When carried out as part of a general Pregnancy research project, his work on Asherman's syndrome is frequently linked to work in Lactobacillus, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His study in the field of Blastocyst and Embryo cell is also linked to topics like Data science and Time-Lapse Imaging. Many of his research projects under In vitro fertilisation are closely connected to Ploidy with Ploidy, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
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Circulating progesterone levels and ongoing pregnancy rates in controlled ovarian stimulation cycles for in vitro fertilization: analysis of over 4000 cycles
E. Bosch;E. Labarta;J. Crespo;C. Simón.
Human Reproduction (2010)
Oocyte vitrification as an efficient option for elective fertility preservation
Ana Cobo;Juan A. García-Velasco;Aila Coello;Javier Domingo.
Fertility and Sterility (2016)
Clinical evidence for a detrimental effect on uterine receptivity of high serum oestradiol concentrations in high and normal responder patients.
Carlos Simón;Fidel Cano;Diana Valbuena;Jose Remohí.
Human Reproduction (1995)
Premature luteinization during gonadotropin-releasing hormone antagonist cycles and its relationship with in vitro fertilization outcome
Ernesto Bosch;Iván Valencia;Ernesto Escudero;Juana Crespo.
Fertility and Sterility (2003)
Evidence that the endometrial microbiota has an effect on implantation success or failure
Inmaculada Moreno;Francisco M. Codoñer;Felipe Vilella;Diana Valbuena.
American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology (2016)
Increasing levels of estradiol are deleterious to embryonic implantation because they directly affect the embryo.
Diana Valbuena;Julio Martin;Jose Luis de Pablo;José Remohı́.
Fertility and Sterility (2001)
Obesity and the risk of spontaneous abortion after oocyte donation
José Bellver;Luis P Rossal;Ernesto Bosch;Andrés Zúñiga.
Fertility and Sterility (2003)
Embryonic Regulation of Integrins β3,α 4, and α1 in Human Endometrial Epithelial Cells in Vitro1
Carlos Simón;MarÍa José Gimeno;Amparo Mercader;José Enrique O’Connor.
The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism (1997)
Consistent and predictable delivery rates after oocyte vitrification: an observational longitudinal cohort multicentric study
Laura Rienzi;Ana Cobo;Alessio Paffoni;Claudia Scarduelli.
Human Reproduction (2012)
Pro-oxidative and anti-oxidative imbalance in human semen and its relation with male fertility.
Nicolás Garrido;Marcos Meseguer;Carlos Simon;Antonio Pellicer.
Asian Journal of Andrology (2004)
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