A Kinase Anchor Protein 4 is vulnerable to oxidative adduction in male germ cells
- Nixon, Brett, Bernstein, Ilana R., De Iuliis, Geoffry N., Bromfield, Elizabeth G., Cafe, Shenae L., Delehedde, Maryse, Sergeant, Nicolas, Anderson, Amanda L., Trigg, Natalie A., Eamens, Andrew L., Lord, Tessa, Dun, Matthew D.
Are sperm capacitation and apoptosis the opposite ends of a continuum driven by oxidative stress?
Identification of the molecular chaperone, heat shock protein 1 (chaperonin 10), in the reproductive tract and in capacitating spermatozoa in the male mouse
Swim-up of tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii) spermatozoa in Biggers, Whitter and Whittingham (BWW) medium: maximisation of sperm motility, minimisation of impairment of sperm metabolism and induction of sperm hyperactivation
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