A mammalian sperm cytosolic phospholipase C activity generates inositol trisphosphate and causes Ca²⁺ release in sea urchin egg homogenates
Jones, Keith T., Cruttwell, Caroline, Parrington, John, Swann, Swann
The soluble sperm factor that causes Ca²⁺ release from sea-urchin (Lytechinus pictus) egg homogenates also triggers Ca²⁺ oscillations after injection into mouse eggs
Parrington, John, Jones, Keith T., Lai, F. Anthony, Swann, Karl
Different Ca²⁺-releasing abilities of sperm extracts compared with tissue extracts and phospholipase C isoforms in sea urchin egg homogenate and mouse eggs
Jones, Keith T., Matsuda, Miho, Parrington, John, Katan, Matilda, Swann, Karl
Mammalian sperm contain a Ca²⁺-sensitive phospholipase C activity that can generate InsP₃ from PIP₂ associated with intracellular organelles
Rice, Anne, Parrington, John, Jones, Keith T., Swann, Karl
Potential role of a sperm-derived phospholipase C in triggering the egg-activating Ca²⁺ signal at fertilization
Swann, Karl, Parrington, John, Jones, Keith T.
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