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Is there a role for immunocontraception? 43 38 0
Development of a novel electrophoretic system for the isolation of human spermatozoa 41 40 0
Dual purpose contraceptives: targeting fertility and sexually transmitted disease 44 41 0
On the possible origins of DNA damage in human spermatozoa 34 32 0
Prospective controlled trial of an electrophoretic method of sperm preparation for assisted reproduction: comparison with density gradient centrifugation 52 50 0
Impact of radio frequency electromagnetic radiation on DNA integrity in the male germline 63 52 0
The effects of swimming exercise and supraphysiological doses of nandrolone decanoate on the testis in adult male rats: a transmission electron microscope study 90 82 0
Impact of estrogenic compounds on DNA integrity in human spermatozoa: evidence for cross-linking and redox cycling activities (editorial) 46 44 0
Induction of sperm maturation in vitro in epididymal cell cultures of the tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii): disruption of motility initiation and sperm morphogenesis by inhibition of actin polymerization 39 38 0
Detection of ehrlichia platys in dogs in Australia 110 102 0
Investigation of the expression and functional significance of the novel mouse sperm protein, a disintegrin and metalloprotease with thrombospondin type 1 motifs number 10 (ADAMTS10) 51 40 2
The electrophoretic separation of spermatozoa: an analysis of genotype, surface carbohydrate composition and potential for capacitation 67 61 0
The search for a topical dual action spermicide/microbicide 54 51 0
Cryopreservation-induced human sperm DNA damage is predominantly mediated by oxidative stress rather than apoptosis 45 45 0
Unexplained antepartum stillbirth: a consequence of placental aging? 7 6 0
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