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April 26, 1991 - Image 109

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For Information On Showcasing Your Commercial Properties
Please Contact Betty Wolocko or Marlene Miller at 354-6060

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metropolitan area including such com-
munities as Birmingham, West Bloomfield,
Farmington Hills, Southfield, Troy, Rochester
Hills, Auburn Hills, and Keego Harbor. For
further information please call:

REGENCY OFFICE CENTRE

• 1,000-6,000 sq. ff.

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• Immediate Occupancy

• Prime Location

• Private Entry

• Ample Parking

• Economically Priced

Call FARBMAN/STEIN & CO.

If

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Property Management Services also available.

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Scientists Find Chemical Signals In Fertilization

Rehovot, Israel (JTA) — A
study led by scientists of the
Weizmann Institute here
suggests that chemical
signals exchanged between
the egg of a human female
and a male sperm cell induce
fertilization.
The results of the study
could have important
implications for the treat-
ment of human infertility.
The findings, reported in
the Proceedings of the Na-
tional Academy of Sciences
in Washington, are the first
to show that the egg some-
how communicates with the
sperm.
Test tube studies involving
40 Israeli women undergo-
ing in vitro fertilization pro-
vided evidence that an un-

identified substance in the
fluid released with the egg
at ovulation attracts sperm
cells, causing them to rush
up the fallopian tube toward
the egg.
The studies were con-
ducted by Prof. Michael
Eisenbach, head of the
Weizmann Institute's
Department of Membrane
Research and Biophysics, in
collaboration with Prof.
David Garbers of the
Howard. Hughes Medical In-
stitute and Department of
Pharmacology, Vanderbilt
University Medical Center,
in Nashville, Tenn.
The findings are supported
by follow-up research con-
ducted by Prof. Eisenbach
and Dr. Dina Ralt of the

Weizmann Institute, in co-
operation with Drs.
Mordechai Goldenberg,
Jehoshua Dor and Shlomo
Mashiach of the Department
of Obstetrics and
Gynecology at Tel Aviv Uni-
versity Medical School's
Sheba Medical Center in Tel
Hashomer.
Prof. Eisenbach and his
team found that human
sperm cells are attracted by
fluids from follicles, which
nurture the maturation of
an ovum prior to ovulation.
Because only about 200
human spermatozoa reach
the fertilization site in the
Fallopian tube, out of about
300 million that enter the
reproductive tract, it is
possible that the attractant

factors are a means for selec-
ting the spermatozoa most
competent for fertilization,
or for coordinating optimum
sperm behavior following
ovulation, the scientists
said.

Grants from the Andrew
W. Mellon Foundation, the
National Institutes of
Health in the United States,
the Israeli Ministry of
Health and the Yeda Fund
helped support.the research.
The results may facilitate
the development of new ap-
proaches to treat human in-
fertility in situations where
the chemical homing signal
is absent.
Conversely, finding a way
to turn off the signal could

lead to another means of bir-
th control.
Prof. Eisenbach stressed
that the nature of the signal
triggering substance is at
present unknown.

Kuwait Ignores
Arab Boycott

New York (JTA) — Kuwait
will not observe restrictions
of the Arab League boycott
on U.S. firms bidding for
contracts to reconstruct
Kuwait, said Thomas
Pickering, the U.S. ambas-
sador to the UN.
Kuwait has been one of the
strictest enforcers of the
boycott.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS 105

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