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    In this chapter, we first gave a brief introduction to the detriments of cigarette smoking, with an emphasis on its adverse effects on female reproductive health. Then, we outlined recent advances about the impacts of cigarette smoke on preimplantation embryo development. Additionally, toxicities of cadmium and benzo(a)pyrene (BaP) at this specific developmental window were also discussed, to illustrate the potential mechanisms involved in cigarette smoke-associated embryotoxicity. Finally, we provide an overview of the issues to be solved in the future research. Further studies about the molecular mechanism of cigarette smoking-associated female infertility may provide vital insights into developing new interventions for the women smokers and thus improving their reproductive outcomes.

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    Shaoquan Zhan, Junjiu Huang. Effects of Cigarette Smoking on Preimplantation Embryo Development. Advances in experimental medicine and biology. 2021;1300:137-150

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    PMID: 33523432

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