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Ontogeny of tyrosine phosphorylation-signaling pathways during spermatogenesis and epididymal maturation in the mouse 55 53 0
Identification of SRC as a key PKA-stimulated tyrosine kinase involved in the capacitation-associated hyperactivation of murine spermatozoa 108 96 4
Bridging the gap between male and female fertility control: contraception-on-demand 33 32 0
The chaperonin containing TCP1 complex (CCT/TRiC) involved in mediating sperm-oocyte interaction 44 40 2
The mouse sperm proteome characterized via IPG strip prefractionation and LC-MS/MS identification 46 45 0
Identification of cytochrome-b5 reductase as the enzyme responsible for NADH-dependent lucigenin chemiluminescence in human spermatozoa 108 94 0
As the world grows: contraception in the 21st century 80 70 6
The rat sperm proteome characterized via IPG strip prefractionation and LC-MS/MS identification 56 52 0
New insights into sperm physiology and pathology 40 36 0
Phosphorylation and consequent stimulation of the tyrosine kinase c-Abl by PKA in mouse spermatozoa: its implications during capacitation 56 54 0
Investigation of the role of SRC in capacitation-associated tyrosine phosphorylation of human spermatozoa 24 23 0
Analysis of proteomic changes associated with sperm capacitation through the combined use of IPG-strip pre-fractionation followed by RP chromatography LC-MS/MS analysis 43 35 0
Proteomic insights into spermatozoa: critiques, comments and concerns 42 39 0
Label-free quantitation of phosphopeptide changes during rat sperm capacitation 84 82 0
The role of proteomics in understanding sperm cell biology 23 22 0
Analysis of the mechanism by which calcium negatively regulates the tyrosine phoshorylation cascade associated with sperm capacitation 51 45 1
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