Angiotensin II type 2 receptor is expressed in human sperm cells and is involved in sperm motility

Tuesday, March 1, 2016
Angiotensin II type 2 receptor is present in human spermatozoa and is associated with basic sperm parameters, especially motility.

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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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High body mass index has a deleterious effect on semen parameters except morphology Results from a large cohort study

Friday, July 11, 2014
In this large cohort study of 10,665 men, semen quality, including volume, sperm concentration, and progressive motility, decreased with increased body mass index. Morphology was unaffected.

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In vitro effects of coital lubricants and synthetic and natural oils on sperm motility

Monday, March 31, 2014
Effects of coital lubricants and oils on sperm motility were evaluated. Astroglide, KY lubricants (Sensitive, Warming, and Tingling), and sesame oil reduced sperm motility significantly, and mustard oil exposure caused sperm hyperactivation.

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Effects of combined antioxidant supplementation on human sperm motility and morphology during sperm manipulation in vitro

Wednesday, July 31, 2013
Combined treatment with taurine, cysteine, and glutathione improves the quality of human sperm by decreasing the rate of reduction in sperm motility during in vitro manipulation.

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