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Dr. Norah Spears

Personal Chair of Reproductive Physiology

The University of Edinburgh

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Chair of Reproductive Physiology

Centre for Integrative Physiology

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Prof Norah ...

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Prof Norah Spears Chair of Reproductive Physiology Centre for Integrative Physiology +44 (0) 131 650 3267 Norah.Spears@ed.ac.uk


Children with Cancer UK | News | Fertility preservation in pre-pubertal boys treated for cancer

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Norah Spears, Professor of Reproductive Physiology, University of Edinburgh, has done a large amount of research into the effects of chemotherapy on the ovary.


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In collaboration with Dr Norah Spears ( University of Edinburgh ) we demonstrated that blockade of neurotrophin signalling in both mouse and human ovarian cultures results in substantial loss of germ cells.


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In collaboration with Norah Spears of the University of Edinburgh, we demonstrated that blockade of neurotrophin signalling in both mouse and human ovarian cultures results in substantial loss of germ cells.


Centre for Reproductive Biology

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