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Vol. 12, Special Issue 7 (2023)

Proteins and enzymes related to sperm motility, capacitation and acrosome reaction

Author(s):
Krishna Bansal, Upender, Gaurav Bansal, Madhu Meena, Mamta Meel and Pradeep Kumar
Abstract:
Sperm motility is crucial for successful fertilization since it indicates a sperm cell's vitality. The reproductive health of female animals, the weather, and the quality of the semen (including sperm motility, capacitation, Acrosomal response, morphology, and plasma membrane integrity) all have a role in bovine reproduction. Capacitation typically affects the female reproductive tract, but it can also happen when certain capacitating inducer factors are present during cryopreservation. This is harmful because after capacitation, the acrosome lyses and all of the enzyme is liberated from it. Here, the mechanisms governing sperm motility, capacitation, and acrosome reaction are discussed.
Pages: 1724-1730  |  288 Views  202 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Krishna Bansal, Upender, Gaurav Bansal, Madhu Meena, Mamta Meel and Pradeep Kumar. Proteins and enzymes related to sperm motility, capacitation and acrosome reaction. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(7S): 1724-1730.

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