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Fig. 3 | Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology

Fig. 3

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

Fig. 3

Quantitative proteomic profiling of sperm. a Proteomic analysis of total and differentially expressed proteins. b Principal component analysis of sperm protein in CD and HFD groups according to their protein profile data. c-e Functional categories of differentially expressed proteins. Major subgroups of molecular functions (c), biological processes (d) and KEGG pathways (e) identified in the sperm proteome of CD and HFD groups. For more information, see Additional file 1: Table S1

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