Capacidade de ligação dos espermatozoides do epidídimo de equinos às células da tuba uterina cultivadas in vitro

Revisão de literatura

  • João Alexandre Matos Carneiro
  • Raíssa Karolliny Salgueiro Cruz
  • Fabiana Ferreira de Souza
  • José Antonio Dell`Aqua-Júnior
Palavras-chave: espermatozoide, plasma seminal, adesão celular

Resumo

Muitas biotecnologias estão sendo desenvolvidas visando a conservação do material genético
de garanhões de alto valor zootécnico. Dentre estas pode-se destacar a colheita de
espermatozoides do epidídimo de animais que sofreram algum trauma ou enfermidade que
impossibilitem a colheita do sêmen, óbito ou eutanásia. Porém essas células espermáticas não
entram em contato com o plasma seminal, importante por conter proteínas que participam de
processos relacionados à proteção e ligação dos espermatozoides aos reservatórios
espermáticos na tuba uterina. Neste sentido, sugere-se que ocorram alterações bioquímicas
nas células espermáticas do epidídimo. Objetivou-se com esta revisão, estudar as principais
diferenças morfofuncionais entre os espermatozoides provenientes do epidídimo e do
ejaculado de equinos

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29-09-2017
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Matos Carneiro, J. A., Salgueiro Cruz, R. K., de Souza, F. F., & Dell`Aqua-JúniorJ. A. (2017). Capacidade de ligação dos espermatozoides do epidídimo de equinos às células da tuba uterina cultivadas in vitro: Revisão de literatura. Veterinária E Zootecnia, 24(3), 468-479. https://doi.org/10.35172/rvz.2017.v24.285
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