|Researchers have indentified two proteins required for ovulation, providing further insight into potential treatments for infertility.
The study published in the latest issue of Science suggests that two specific proteins produced in a woman's body can be linked to the maturation and release of the egg, ready for conception.
Commenting on the new findings, Dr Duane Alexander, director of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, explained: "Ovulation results from a complex interplay of chemical sequences.
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