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Abstract- Ca 2+ signaling in mammalian spermatozoa - Created in 2020 - CPDID=716
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Return to CourseList Code:SEP120 Title:Capacitation-The role of calcium in fertilisation
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Ca 2+ signaling in mammalian spermatozoa
Calcium is an essential ion which regulates sperm motility, capacitation and the acrosome reaction (AR), three processes necessary for successful fertilization. The AR enables the spermatozoon to penetrate into the egg. In order to undergo the AR, the spermatozoon must reside in the female reproductive tract for several hours, during which a series of biochemical transformations takes place, collectively called capacitation.

295. Abstract- Ca 2+ signaling in mammalian spermatozoa [Abstract]
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