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SSR Best International Abstracts

SSR Best International Abstracts

This award recognizes the best international abtracts submitted at the SSR Annual Meeting. Winners in each region were selected by Program Committee score, which were attributed to each abstract, based on technical characteristics (legibility, adherence, to the rules for submitting an abstract) and content (title, reasoning, quality of the results, conclusions, and impact in
the field of reproductive biology).

SSR Best International Abstracts 

2021 Awardees
Edyta Walewska, Institute of Animal Reproduction and Food Research of PAS, Poland, Impaired Decidualisation in Obese Mice Is Associated with Epigenetically Mediated Changes in Leptin Signaling

Alicja Zochowska-Klepanska, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland, Lactation Undernutrition Leads to Intergenerational Alterations in Reproductive Parameters of Male Progeny

Melody Devos, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium, Impact Of Chemotherapy Prior To Ovarian Tissue Cryopreservation on Primordial Follicles in Pre-Pubertal and Young Adult Patients

Emilie Dujardin, INRAE, France
, DMRT1 is a Sex-Determining Gene in Rabbits

Bakhshalizadeh, University of Melbourne, Australia , A Homozygous Missense Variant in A Large Subunit Protein of The Mitochondrial Ribosome, MRPL50, Causes Syndromic Premature Ovarian Insufficiency

Kanika Aggarwal, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
, Microrna-143 Inhibits Invasion and Migration by Targeting MMP-2 And MMP-9 In Trophoblast Cells,

Maria Guzewska, Polish Academy of Sciences, Olsztyn, Poland
, mir-125b Is a Negative Regulator of Extracellular Vesicles Biogenesis and Distribution at The Embryo-Maternal Interface,

Palak Singh, AIIMS, New Delhi,
Calotropis Procera Extract (CPE) Inhibits Prostate Cancer by Modulating Levels of Reactive Oxygen Species

Heather Steele, University College Dublin, Ireland
, Unravelling Embryo-Maternal Communication and Interaction in the Bovine Reproductive Tract

Miguel Pereira, University of Zurich (UZH), Zurich, Switzerland,
Changes In the Utero-Placental Immune Milieu During Normal and Antigestagen-Induced Luteolysis in The Dog