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Dynamic and role of cytoskeletal proteins in mammalian sperm cells
- 1.0191659 - UMG-J 20033170 RIV GR eng C - Conference Paper (international conference)
Paleček, J. - Dvořáková, K. - Pěknicová, Jana - Moore, H.
Dynamic and role of cytoskeletal proteins in mammalian sperm cells.
Hippokration congress on reproductive immunology. Rhodos: ASRI, 2003, s. -.
[Congress of the european society for reproductive and developmental immunology /4./. Rhodos (GR), 04.06.2003-06.06.2003]
R&D Projects: GA ČR GV524/96/K162; GA MZd NJ5851
Grant - others:GA EUREKA(CZ) 1985-NFDK-MOAM
Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z5052915
Keywords : cytoskeleton * acrosome reaction
Subject RIV: EB - Genetics ; Molecular Biology
The cytoskeleton of the sperm head consists of the resistant structural proteins of the nucleus, and peri-nuclear theca which are largely responsible for shaping the nucleus and the more dynamic proteins of the microtubular cytoskeleton which as well as having a morphological function within the cell are responsible for cell signaling rpcesses. These cyteskeletal proteins include actin, varous tubulins and other proteins such as spectrin. a key event of spermatozoa involves capacitation and the acrosoma reaction (AR). the role of these proteins remains poorly understood.
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