PMID: 42327Sep 1, 1979

Cytochemistry of oxidoreductases in spermatozoa: the technique revisited

Andrologia
F Hrudka

Abstract

A revised cytochemical procedure for demonstrating sperm oxidoreductases is presented in an attempt to standardize its use in comparative and experimental studies. Its detailed description includes improved incubation techniques, preparation of media, preservation of cytochemical activity on smears and evaluation of cytochemical preparations. Special attention is paid to the competing activities which may affect the specificity of the results.

References

Jun 1, 1981·International Journal of Andrology·A EdvinssonS Nilsson
Mar 5, 2019·Bioelectromagnetics·Lizeth TorresMartha Valdivia

Citations

Apr 1, 1978·Journal of Ultrastructure Research·F Hrundka
May 1, 1979·Journal of Ultrastructure Research·A H ElJack, F Hrudka
Oct 1, 1971·Journal of Reproduction and Fertility·R S Mathur
Nov 1, 1974·Journal of Reproduction and Fertility·R C Jones, W V Holt
Jul 1, 1970·Journal of Reproduction and Fertility·V B Ayyagari, D P Mukherjee
Jul 1, 1959·The Journal of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry : Official Journal of the Histochemistry Society·H ZIMMERMANN, A G PEARSE
Sep 1, 1963·Experimental Cell Research·R G EDWARDS, R C VALENTINE
May 1, 1965·Experimental Cell Research·H MOHRIL ERNSTER
Aug 1, 1965·Journal of Reproduction and Fertility·F Hrudka

Related Concepts

Oxidase
Sperm Cell
Spermatozoa Cell Count
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False Negative Reactions
NADP
Formazans
NADH, NADPH Oxidoreductases
Y-Chromosome-Bearing Sperm
Nitroblue Tetrazolium

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