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Protein Offers a Hand in Fertilization

News   Apr 17, 2020 | Original story from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

 
Protein Offers a Hand in Fertilization

Observation of sperm-oocyte fusion in wild-type and Fimp KO spermatozoa. Fimp KO (-1/-1) spermatozoa have impaired oocyte membrane fusion ability in vitro. Fused spermatozoa are indicated by green arrowheads. Enlarged images are indicated by dashed squares. Credit: Original image from PNAS (Fujihara et al).

 
 
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