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Table 1 Top scientists, institutions and countries involved in mechanistic and prognostic/diagnostic studies on SDF

From: Tracking research trends and hotspots in sperm DNA fragmentation testing for the evaluation of male infertility: a scientometric analysis

 Prognostic/Diagnostic
(n = 439)
Oxidative stress
(n = 438)
Apoptosis
(n = 234)
Sperm function
(n = 190)
Top
Scientists
Agarwal, A.
(n = 25)
Agarwal, A.
(n = 45)
Agarwal, A.
(n = 16)
Aitken, R.J.
(n = 17)
Giwercman, A.
(n = 14)
Aitken, R.J.
(n = 44)
Aitken, R.J., Calogero, A.E., & Vicari, E.
(n = 13)
Agarwal, A.
(n = 13)
Evenson, D.P. & Lewis
(n = 12)
Dada, R.
(n = 23)
La Vignera, S. (n = 9)Calogero, A.E. & Zini, A.
(n = 6)
Top
Countries
United States
(n = 97)
United States
(n = 85)
United States
(n = 46)
United States
(n = 30)
Italy & Spain
(n = 40)
Australia
(n = 51)
Italy
(n = 35)
Italy & Australia
(n = 21)
France
(n = 33)
India
(n = 45)
Iran
(n = 24)
Iran(n = 20)
Top
Institutions
Cleveland Clinic Foundation
(n = 25)
University of Newcastle, Australia
(n = 42)
Cleveland Clinic Foundation & Università degli studi di Catania
(n = 15)
University of Newcastle, Australia
(n = 16)
South Dakota State University & Queen’s University Belfast
(n = 15)
Cleveland Clinic Foundation
(n = 41)
University of Newcastle, Australia
(n = 13)
Cleveland Clinic Foundation
(n = 12)
Malmö University Hospital (n = 14)All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
(n = 26)
Shahid Sadoughi University of Medical Sciences
(n = 8)
McGill University & Università degli studi di Catania
(n = 7)