Activity of Succinate Dehydrogenase in Human Spermatozoa Stored under Hypothermia Conditions
The authors investigated the effect of about zero temperatures and cytochrome C on the activity of succinate dehydrogenase (SDG) in human spermatozoa. It has been established that cytochrome C contributes to the increase of spermatozoa motility and activity of SDG by 30% at the rehabilitation stage after hypothermia and therefore can be used for the improvement of sperm quality when preparing it for insemination.
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