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BACKGROUND: Global ubiquitination in human semen has been found to negatively correlate with standard semen parameters, indicating that ubiquitination can be considered a marker of poor semen quality. However, the inclusion of all semen components in the analysis may be misleading on the biological significance of ubiquitination of sperm cells. We have recently demonstrated the variable presence of bodies of different size, with the highest concentration in oligoasthenoteratozoospermia. Thedoi:10.1093/humrep/deh678 pmid:15705629 fatcat:rooh6dzr3fe45hcpmkq4xd7oju