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Cystatin Related Epididymal Spermatogenic Protein Resides in the Outer Dense Fibres and Likely Transiently Associates With the Surface of Epididymal Mouse Spermatozoa
Cystatin Related Epididymal Spermatogenic protein (CRES) is expressed in both the testis and epididymis and found associated with spermatozoa. It appears as non-glycosylated (14 and 12 kDa) and glycosylated isoforms (19 ...
Identification and Development of Enzymes Associated With the Sperm Inner Acrosomal Membrane and Their Function During Fertilization
In order for mammalian fertilization to transpire, spermatozoa must transit through the female reproductive tract and penetrate the outer investments of the oocyte: the cumulus oophorus and the zona pellucida. In order ...