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Fig. 2 | Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology

Fig. 2

From: Proteomic alterations underlie an association with teratozoospermia in obese mice sperm

Fig. 2

Changes in the sperm parameters in obese mice. a-c Sperm motility (a), progressive motility (b) and sperm concentration (c) analyzed by CASA. Data are expressed as mean ± STD. *P < 0.05, **P < 0.01. d Sperm morphology evaluated by Diff-Quick staining. Arrows indicate the abnormal sperm. Scale bars =50 μm. e The enlarged images exhibit normal sperm in the CD group and prominent deformity in sperm head, neck and tail in the HFD group. Scale bars =10 μm. f Deformed sperm ratios calculated from eight independent experiments and measured 200 spermatozoa at least in each independent experiment. Data are expressed as mean ± STD. *P < 0.05, **P < 0.01

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