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    A common 1.6 Mb Y-chromosomal inversion predisposes ... severe spermatogenic failure

    A common 1.6 Mb Y-chromosomal inversion predisposes to subsequent deletions and severe spermatogenic failure in humans

    Pille Hallast, Laura Kibena, Margus Punab, Elena Arciero, Siiri Rootsi, Marina Grigorova, Rodrigo Flores, Mark A. Jobling, Olev Poolamets, Kristjan Pomm, Paul Korrovits, Kristiina Rull, Yali Xue, Chris Tyler-Smith, Maris Laan

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    Male infertility is a prevalent condition, concerning 5-10% of men. So far, only some recurrent genetic factors have been described as confident contributors to spermatogenic failure. Here, we report the first re-sequencing study of the Y-chromosomal Azoospermia Factor c (AZFc) region combined with gene dosage and Y-haplogroup determination. In analysing 2,324 Estonian men, we uncovered a novel structural variant as a high-penetrant risk factor to male infertility. The Y lineage R1a1-M458, reported at >20% frequency in several European populations, carries a fixed ∼1.6 Mb long r2/r3 inversion destabilizing the AZFc region and predisposing to recurrent microdeletions. Such complex rearrangements were significantly enriched among severe oligozoospermia cases. The carrier vs non-carrier risk to spermatogenic failure was increased 8.6-fold (p = 6.0 10−4). The finding contributes to improved molecular diagnostics and clinical management of infertility. Carrier identification in young age will facilitate timely counselling and reproductive decision-making
    YFull: YF14620 (Dante Labs 2018)

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    Oufff lol

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    I think I speak for all M458 carriers when I say, is this some kind of sick joke? Although it would explain the extreme bottleneck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeyP37 View Post
    I think I speak for all M458 carriers when I say, is this some kind of sick joke? Although it would explain the extreme bottleneck.
    Even if true, it would just mean a significantly higher risk for one specific cause of infertility.

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    The published version of that preprint is out:
    A common 1.6 mb Y-chromosomal inversion predisposes to subsequent deletions and severe spermatogenic failure in humans

    Pille Hallast Is a corresponding author, Laura Kibena, Margus Punab, Elena Arciero, Siiri Rootsi, Marina Grigorova, Rodrigo Flores, Mark A Jobling, Olev Poolamets, Kristjan Pomm, Paul Korrovits, Kristiina Rull, Yali Xue, Chris Tyler-Smith, Maris Laan Is a corresponding author
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