Repetitive sperm-induced Ca²⁺ transients in mouse oocytes are cell cycle dependent
A cell cycle-associated change in Ca²⁺ releasing activity leads to the generation of Ca²⁺ transients in mouse embryos during the first mitotic division
A cytosolic sperm protein factor mobilizes Ca²⁺ from intracellular stores by activating multiple Ca²⁺ release mechanisms independently of low molecular weight messengers
The passage of Ca²⁺ and fluorescent markers between the sperm and egg after fusion in the mouse
Cell cycle-dependent repetitive Ca²⁺ waves induced by a cytosolic sperm extract in mature ascidian eggs mimic those observed at fertilization
Sperm-induced Ca²⁺ oscillations in mouse oocytes and eggs can be mimicked by photolysis of caged inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate: evidence to support a continuous low level production of inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate during mammalian fertilization
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