Motility patterns in mouse spermatozoa before and after capacitation

The Journal of Experimental Zoology
L R Fraser

Abstract

The motility patterns of mouse spermatozoa before and after capacitation are described. The latter is very characteristic, with spermatozoa describing a figure-8 pattern while remaining relatively stationary within a 3-dimensional space.

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