We are one of the national leaders in fertility research . We have joined forces with Nationally and Internationally recognized researchers and experts from Oxford University, London UK and Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology, (CCMB), Hyderabad and have published Break through research in genetics in Infertility in renowned International Journals.

Our team is constantly developing new stratergies on improving management of infertility with the aim to improve success rates. By working towards single embryo transfer to reduce risk of multiple births following IVF and constantly upgrading our freezing technology you are assured of a high take home baby rate.

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IIRC PUBLICATIONS WITH CCMB

Sl No. ARTICLE NAME PUBLISHED IN
1. Chromosome inversions and a novel chromosome insertion associated with recurrent miscarriages in South India Arch Gynecol Obstet(2005) DOI 10.1007/soo4o4-oo5-oo27-9
2. The vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) +405G>C5’ – untranslated region polymorphism and increased risk of endometriosis in South Indian women : a case control study Hum.Rerpod.Advance Access published March’3,2005
3. N-acetyl transferase 2 polymorphism and advanced stages of endometriosis in South Indian women RBM online Vol 9, No.5,2004
4. Mutational screening of the coding region of growth differentiation factor 9 gene in Indian women with ovarian failue JOBNAM-Menopause,Vol.12,No6., 2005
5. Screening of the galactose-1 phosphate uridyltransferase gene in Indian women with ovarian failure RBM online-Vol.11, No.4, 2005
6. Recurrent early pregnancy loss and endothelial nitric oxide synthase gene polymorphisms Arch Gynecol Obstet (2006)274:
7. Mutational analysis of the betaglycan gene-coding region in susceptibility for ovarian failure Hum.Reprod.Advance access published April12,2006
8. CYP1A1,GSTM1 and GSTT1 genetic polymorphism is associated with susceptibility to polycystic ovaries in south Indian women RBM online –Vol9.2004
9. Novel X – chromosomal defect associated with abnormal ovarian function J.Obstet.Gynaecol.Res.Vol.31, No.1; 12-15 Feb’2005
10. Role of CYP17 AND CYP19 polymorphisms in idiopathic recurrent miscarriages among South Indian women RBM online Vol.14 No.3
11. Missense mutations in the BMP15 gene are associated with ovarian failure Hum Genet (2006) 119,
12. N-acetyl transferase 2 polymorphism and advanced stages of endometriosis in South Indian women RBM online Vol.9, No.5 (2004)
13. Chromosomal Abnormalities and Y Chromosome Micrrodeletions in Infertile Men with Varicocele and Idiopathic Infertility of South Indian Origin Journal of Andrology Vol.25, No.1 Jan/Feb 2004
14. Prevalence of chromosome defects in azoospermic and oligoastheno –teratozoospermic South Indian infertile men attending an infertility clinic RBM online – Vol No.4, (2005)
15. Mutational screening of the coding region of growth differentiation factor 9 gene in Indian women with ovarian failure JOBNAME:men1286 Menopause Vol.12.No.6, 2005
16. Estrogen receptor ? gene mutations in Indian infertile men Molecular Human Reproduction,Vol.00,No.0,pp1-8,(2009)
17. APOB gene signal peptide deletion polymorphism is not associated with infertility in Indian men Journal of Andrology July,2009