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make legally capable or qualify in law

cause (spermatozoa) to undergo the physical changes necessary to fertilize an egg

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The B pattern (sperm cells that underwent capacitation) shows fluorescence in the acrosome and at the-equatorial zone and the middle section.
(14-16) Moreover, it is also demonstrated that hyperactivation motility, which is an essential part of capacitation event, is not induced in CatSper knockout sperm.
The presence of reactive oxygen species (ROS), which subsequently react with capacitation regulatory proteins, is necessary to start the process of capacitation but an overabundance of ROS could cause premature capacitation or even damage to the sperm DNA and enzymes [32].
Control of superoxide and nitric oxide formation during human sperm capacitation. Free Radic Biol Med 2009; 46: 1420-7.
In other words, the very capacitation of a rhetoric, such as affective response and conscious feeling, may begin with microbes.
Combined Hoechst 33258/chlortetracycline fluorescence assessment of capacitation status (H33258/CTC)
[37.] De Lamirande E, Gagnon C (1993) A positive role for the superoxide anion in triggering hyperactivation and capacitation of human spermatozoa.
Many kinds of exogenous growth factors are secreted by MSCs, some of which are important components of the follicle developmental microenvironment for appropriate "oocyte capacitation" or oocyte cytoplasmic development prior to maturation [20].
Leptin activation of prosurvival pathways may lead to the activation of ERK1/2 signaling, representing capacitation signaling crosstalk (Figure 1).
With dikgosana such an important part of stake- holder management, their training, development and capacitation should be a priority in the RBN.
Especially in the city of Ouro Preto, where a relevant number of new community health workers were recently hired, and added to the necessary insertion of actions of promotion of breastfeeding in the basic primary care network, it was detected the need of a capacitation that ensured the quality of the information acquired according to the standards of the System of Information for Basic Primary Care (SIAB).
With dikgosana such an important part of stakeholder management, their training, development and capacitation should be a priority in the RBN.
These included spermatogenesis, sperm count, sperm motility parameters, sperm viability, intracellular ATP, ROS, lactose dehydrogenase (LDH; a measure of cytotoxicity), ionic calcium [[Ca.sup.2+]] levels, and capacitation status.