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Fig. 4 | Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology

Fig. 4

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

Fig. 4

Localization of CSPP1 and CETN1 in normal mice testis and sperm. a Localization of CSPP1 and CETN1 in mice testis evaluated by immunohistochemistry staining. Arrows indicate the distribution of CSPP1 and CETN1 in spermatids. Scale bars = 50 μm. b Immunofluorescent analysis shows that CSPP1 and CETN1 co-localized with α-tubulin (indicating manchette structure) in spermatids, respectively. Scale bars = 20 μm. c Localization of CSPP1 and CETN1 in mice sperm. Scale bars = 5 μm

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