Profiling signaling proteins in human spermatozoa Biomarker identification for sperm quality evaluation

Tuesday, September 29, 2015
This study unraveled human spermatozoa signaling pathways and correlated the activity of sperm signaling proteins with clinical data.

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Ability of Escherichia coli to produce hemolysis leads to a greater pathogenic effect on human sperm

Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Hemolytic Escherichia coli demonstrated a strain-dependent effect, altering all sperm variables studied, in contrast to nonhemolytic strains, which differentially impair sperm function.

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Interaction between oviductal epithelial cells and spermatozoa underlies a systems biology approach to treating infertility

Thursday, March 28, 2013
Reflections on "Cell membrane proteins from oviductal epithelial cell line protect human spermatozoa from oxidative damage" by Chiu et al.

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Cell membrane proteins from oviductal epithelial cell line protect human spermatozoa from oxidative damage

Thursday, March 28, 2013
Cell membrane proteins from an oviductal epithelial cell line have protective effects on spermatozoa against oxidative stress.

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The apoptotic pathway in fertile and subfertile men A case control and prospective study to examine the impact of merocyanine 540 bodies on ejaculated spermatozoa

Thursday, March 28, 2013
The presence of merocyanine 540 staining bodies does not affect quantification of early and late apoptotic biomarkers in spermatozoa from fertile and subfertile men.

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DNA integrity is maintained after freeze-drying of human spermatozoa

Friday, May 4, 2012
The process of lyophilization has a negative effect on sperm membranes resulting in total loss of motility and viability, but does not alter DNA and sperm head inner structures.

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