Interaction between oviductal epithelial cells and spermatozoa underlies a systems biology approach to treating infertility

Reflections on “Cell membrane proteins from oviductal epithelial cell line protect human spermatozoa from oxidative damage” by Chiu et al.

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Jason R Kovac, M.D., Ph.D., Larry I. Lipshultz, M.D.

Volume 99, Issue 5, Pages 1207-1208, April 2013

Abstract

Reflections on “Cell membrane proteins from oviductal epithelial cell line protect human spermatozoa from oxidative damage” by Chiu et al.

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