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Sperm cell capacitation is a prerequisite for the acrosome reaction in mammalian sperm in order to attain their fertilizing ability (Jones et al., 2007).
(3) Simultaneous Anatomical and Biochemical Analysis of Sperm Cell Photodamage.
which TESE is used to obtain the sperm cells as the male factor was severe.
To avoid possible damage to the trapped sperm cells, the power of the laser incident on the sperm samples was limited to be less than 20 mW.
Seminal plasma was separated from sperm cells after centrifugation (~100g for 5 min) and was extracted (via a pipette) and mixed with RPMI1640 (No.
The importance and the easy accessibility of sperm cells have favored the study of its composition and mechanisms involved in its differentiation and function (1-5).
Soon after a sperm cell makes contact with the oocyte membrane, the socalled cortical granules develop along the outer edge (cortex) of the oocyte.
Branching somatic cells forming a meshwork constitute the germinal part in which groups of sperm cells are embedded (Fig.
Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) technology was used to testify whether PEI can carry DNA into abalone sperm cells or not.
It's created when a sperm cell (male sex cell) fertilizes, or fuses with, an egg cell (female sex cell).