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Figure 2 | Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology

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From: Proteomic analysis of seminal fluid from men exhibiting oxidative stress

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Comparative analysis was done using GO annotations in 3 categories either unique to ROS+ and ROS- groups or common to both. (A): Among the cellular distribution of proteins the most commonly expressed in ROS+ and ROS- groups were extracellular in origin (B): Biological processes of proteins commonly expressed in both ROS- and ROS+ group involved in major functions such as the regulation, response to stress, cellular and metabolic processes and reproduction (C): Molecular functions of proteins that were common was involved in catalytic activity.

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