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Ferrous Ion Induced Photon Emission as a Method to Quantify Oxidative Stress in Stored Boar Spermatozoa
GOGOL P., PIESZKA M. 2008. Ferrous ion induced photon emission as a method to quantify oxidative stress in stored boar spermatozoa. Folia biol. (Kraków) 56: 173-177. The aim of the study was to evaluate the effect of semen storage on ferrous ion induced luminescence of boar spermatozoa and to determine the relationship between parameters of this luminescence and lipid peroxidation as measured by malondialdehyde (MDA) contents. Boar semen samples were diluted in Biosolwens extender and storeddoi:10.3409/fb.56_3-4.173-177 fatcat:gtt3hivr3baupovufa6vfg3lja