Research Shows that NMN May Improve Fertility Quality of Aged-women

by Nov 4, 2020Industry News

High-quality oocytes, a prerequisite for successful fertilization and subsequent embryonic development, are the material basis for life onset. In most mammals, female senescence processes show an evident decline in follicles and oocytes’ quantity and quality (Yamamoto et al., 2010).

Studies have shown that the fecundity of women begins to drop in the early 30s and declines more rapidly after the age of 35 (Eijkemans et al., 2014; Tan et al., 2014), accompanied by a dramatically increased incidence of infertility, miscarriage, embryo lethality, and congenital disabilities (Duong et al., 2012; Magnus et al., 2019).
Therefore, low-quality oocytes are a common and insurmountable problem for women with advanced maternal age and a primary cause of suboptimal reproductive outcomes (Ciancimino et al., 2014; Heffner, 2004).
Recently, a study conducted by Nanjing Agricultural University revealed that NMN therapy significantly improved the elderly female mice oocyte quality, suggesting that NMN intaking may enhance fertility quality.

Researchers investigated whether NMN supplementation would restore the NAD+ content in oocytes from maternally aged mice. Young and aged mice were administered PBS or NMN for ten consecutive days and received hormones on days 8 and 10 for superovulation.

Researchers have prepared different NMN concentrations to obtain mature oocytes and observed that the administration of NMN in aged- mice remarkably elevated the NAD+ content in oocytes, indicating that NMN supplementation might be a potential strategy to improve the quality of aged oocytes.

To test this, researchers evaluated the oocyte morphology of young, aged, and NMN+aged mice. And the statistics revealed that maternal aging dramatically reduced the number of ovulated oocytes and the rate of matured oocytes but increased the incidence of fragmented oocytes. Conversely, NMN supplementation ameliorated the defects in the number and morphology of oocytes caused by aging.

These observations indicate that NMN can partially restore the number and morphology of aged oocytes by enhancing NAD+ levels and improving the animals’ fertility.
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Reference:
Yilong Miao, Zhaokang Cui, Qian Gao, Rong Rui, Bo Xiong,
Nicotinamide Mononucleotide Supplementation Reverses the Declining Quality of Maternally Aged Oocytes,
Cell Reports,
Volume 32, Issue 5,
2020,
107987,
ISSN 2211-1247,

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