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EFFECT OF L-PENICILLAMINE, N-ACETYL CYSTEINE AND -TOCOPHEROL ACETATE ON BUFFALO (BUBALUS BUBALIS) SPERM KINEMATICS IN VITRO
Journal of Experimental Biology and Agricultural Sciences
The post-thaw viability and motility of buffalo sperm are reduced significantly when they are cryopreserved. One of the etiologies of this reduced post-thaw viability and motility of buffalo sperm has been attributed to cryopreservation-associated generation of reactive oxygen species (ROS) in sperm. Hence, there is an urgent need to address this issue by incorporating some of the external additives which can reduce or scavenge the production of ROS. Sperm were separated from seminal plasma asdoi:10.18006/2018.6(6).990.996 fatcat:yeh3ahc63fdkpgvlzvjsd5zmk4