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AbstractThe squirrel monkey (Saimiri collinsi), a Neotropical primate endemic to the Amazon in Brazil, is used as a biological model for reproductive research on the genus Saimiri. Although this animal is known to exhibit reproductive seasonality, nothing is known about the differences in its seminal quality, sperm protein composition, or sperm protein profile between the breeding (dry) and non-breeding (rainy) seasons. Thus, the aims of this study were to evaluate the quality of S. collinsidoi:10.1101/771295 fatcat:elot3gnd4be7jpjljwj6xzorai