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Effects of Aerobic, Resistance, and Combined Exercise on Markers of Male Reproduction in Healthy Human Subjects: A Randomized Controlled Trial.

Hajizadeh Maleki, B, Tartibian, B, and Chehrazi, M. Effects of aerobic, resistance, and combined exercise on markers of male reproduction in healthy human subjects: a randomized controlled trial. J Strength Cond Res 33(4): 1130-1145, 2019-The effects of moderate intensity treadmill exercise training (MI), resistance training (RT), and combined treadmill + resistance training (CT) on markers of male reproductive function including seminal markers of oxidative stress and inflammation, and semen quality and sp...

Dynamic assessment of human sperm DNA damage II: the effect of sperm concentration adjustment during processing.

To evaluate the effect of sperm concentration adjustment in human ejaculates on the sperm DNA quality and longevity.

Expression profiles and characteristics of human lncRNA in normal and asthenozoospermia sperm.

Increasing studies have shown that specific mRNAs and miRNAs expressed in mature sperm may be related to sperm motility. However, the expression profiles and roles of lncRNAs in sperm remain unknown. In the present study, numerous lncRNAs were identified in human sperm, and some lncRNAs were expressed exclusively in sperm and testis. Compared with normal sperm, the lncRNA expression profiles in asthenozoospermia (AZS) sperm showed significant differences. Gene ontology and pathway analyses showed that funct...

High-risk human papillomavirus in semen is associated with poor sperm progressive motility and a high sperm DNA fragmentation index in infertile men.

Does the presence of human papillomavirus (HPV) in semen impact seminal parameters and sperm DNA quality in white European men seeking medical help for primary couple's infertility?

Isoform-specific GSK3A activity is negatively correlated with human sperm motility.

In mouse and bovine sperm, GSK3 activity is inversely proportional to motility. Targeted disruption of the GSK3A gene in testis results in normal spermatogenesis, but mature sperm present a reduced motility, rendering male mice infertile. On the other hand, GSK3B testis-specific KO is fertile. Yet in human sperm, an isoform-specific correlation between GSK3A and sperm motility was never established. In order to analyze GSK3 function in human sperm motility, normospermic and asthenozoospermic samples from ad...

Lysine glutarylation in human sperm is associated with progressive motility.

Is there a role for lysine glutarylation (Kglu), a newly identified protein post-translational modification (PTM), in human sperm?

Relationship between sperm DNA damage with sperm parameters, oxidative markers in teratozoospermic men.

This study was aimed at determining the extent of sperm nuclear DNA damage in patients with isolated teratozoospermia and examining its relationship with oxidative stress.

Fibronectin modulates the endocannabinoid system through the cAMP/PKA pathway during human sperm capacitation.

Fibronectin (Fn) enhances human sperm capacitation via the cAMP/PKA pathway, and the endocannabinoid system participates in this process. Moreover, Fn has been linked to endocannabinoid system components in different cellular models, even though no evidence of such interactions in human sperm is available. Normal semen samples were evaluated over a four-year period. Our findings suggest that (i) the capacitating effects of Fn were reversed by pre-incubating the sperm with a cannabinoid receptor 1 (CB1) or t...

Fibronectin as a new biomarker for human sperm selection in assisted reproductive technology.

Fibronectin (FN) is a multifunctional diametric glycoprotein on the surface of the sperm that plays an important role in the sperm-oocyte interaction and fertilization process. The aim of the present study was to assess the FN levels as a sperm surface biomarker for sperm selection in assisted reproductive technology.

Identification of proteomic markers for ram spermatozoa motility using a tandem mass tag (TMT) approach.

Sperm motility is crucial for ram fertility; however, differences in the proteome of sperm with high- and low- motility in rams (Ovis aries) has yet to be achieved. Thus, the aim of this study was to identify and characterize ram spermatozoa proteins with different abundances between high- and low- motility, and identify of proteomic markers for ram spermatozoa motility using tandem mass tag (TMT) protein labeling and LC-MS/MS. In this study, the abundance of 150 proteins in high-motility (HM) ram sperm was...

Potent humanin analogue (HNG) protects human sperm from freeze-thaw-induced damage.

This study was aimed to investigate the protective effect of potent humanin analogue (HNG) supplementation to freezing media on freezing-thawing induced human sperm damage. We collected semen samples with normal sperm parameters from 15 healthy men. After the swim-up processing, the motile spermatozoa from each of the men were allocated to four equal groups: In the control group, the spermatozoa were frozen in media without HNG supplementation. In the other three groups, the spermatozoa were frozen in media...

An overview on role of some trace elements in human reproductive health, sperm function and fertilization process.

Human semen contains several trace elements such as calcium (Ca), copper (Cu), manganese (Mn), magnesium (Mg), zinc (Zn) and selenium (Se) which are necessary for reproductive health, normal spermatogenesis, sperm maturation, motility and capacitation, as well as normal sperm function. In this review, the potential role of these trace elements in male reproductive health, normal function of spermatozoa and fertility potency were considered. We selected and reviewed articles that considered crucial roles of ...

Sperm can act as vectors for HIV-1 transmission into vaginal and cervical epithelial cells.

Sperm are the major cells in semen. Human sperm possess a number of HIV-1 gp120 binding ligands including sulfogalactosylglycerolipid (SGG). However, the mechanisms of how sperm capture HIV-1 onto their surface are unclear. Furthermore, the ability of sperm to deliver HIV-1 to vaginal/cervical epithelial cells lining the lower female reproductive tract, as a first step in HIV-1 transmission, needs to be established.

Human OVGP1 enhances tyrosine phosphorylation of proteins in the fibrous sheath involving AKAP3 and increases sperm-zona binding.

To investigate if the recombinant human oviduct-specific glycoprotein (rHuOVGP1)-enhanced tyrosine-phosphorylated (pY) proteins are components of specific structure(s) of the sperm tail and if rHuOVGP1 binds to the oocyte and enhances sperm-egg binding.

Cytological and molecular aspects of the ageing sperm.

Is ageing associated with a decline in semen quality and molecular changes to human sperm?

Proteomic characterization of human sperm plasma membrane-associated proteins and their role in capacitation.

Plasma membranes of ejaculated sperm are covered by epididymal and accessory glands secreted proteins that must be released from sperm surface during the female reproductive tract passage in order to capacitate and fertilize the oocyte.

Metabolomic profiling reveals correlations between spermiogram parameters and the metabolites present in human spermatozoa and seminal plasma.

In 50% of all infertility cases, the male is subfertile or infertile, however, the underlying mechanisms are often unknown. Even when assisted reproductive procedures such as in vitro fertilization and intracytoplasmic sperm injection are performed, the causes of male factor infertility frequently remain elusive. Since the overall activity of cells is closely linked to their metabolic capacity, we analyzed a panel of 180 metabolites in human sperm and seminal plasma and elucidated their associations with sp...

Cannabinoid exposure and altered DNA methylation in rat and human sperm.

Little is known about the reproductive effects of paternal cannabis exposure. We evaluated associations between cannabis or tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) exposure and altered DNA methylation in sperm from humans and rats, respectively. DNA methylation, measured by reduced representation bisulfite sequencing, differed in the sperm of human users from non-users by at least 10% at 3,979 CpG sites. Pathway analyses indicated Hippo Signaling and Pathways in Cancer as enriched with altered genes (Bonferroni p

Continuous behavioural 'switching' in human spermatozoa and its regulation by Ca2+-mobilising stimuli.

Human sperm show a variety of different behaviours (types of motility) that have different functional roles. Previous reports suggest that sperm may reversibly switch between these behaviours. We have recorded and analysed the behaviour of individual human sperm (180 cells in total), each cell monitored continuously for 3-3.5 min either under control conditions or in the presence of Ca2+-mobilising stimuli. Switching between different behaviours was assessed visually (1 s bins using 4 behaviour categories...

β-Elemene Inhibits Human Sperm Function by Affecting Sperm Vitality and Intracellular Calcium.

β-Elemene is a bioactive sesquiterpene compound that exhibits a potent anti-tumor effect and is used in various clinical applications. However, little is known about its effect on the male reproductive system. The objective of this study was to investigate the in vitro actions of β-elemene on human sperm function and elucidate the underlying mechanism.

Clinical impact of the two ART resistance markers, K13 gene mutations and DPC3 in Vietnam.

In Vietnam, a rapid decline of P. falciparum malaria cases has been documented in the past years, the number of Plasmodium falciparum malaria cases has rapidly decreased passing from 19.638 in 2012 to 4.073 cases in 2016. Concomitantly, the spread of artemisinin resistance markers is raising concern on the future efficacy of the ACTs. An evaluation of the clinical impact of the artemisinin resistance markers is therefore of interest.

Deep learning for the classification of human sperm.

Infertility is a global health concern, and couples are increasingly seeking medical assistance to achieve reproduction. Semen analysis is a primary assessment performed by a clinician, in which the morphology of the sperm population is evaluated. Machine learning algorithms that automate, standardize, and expedite sperm classification are the subject of ongoing research.

Marijuana smoking and markers of testicular function among men from a fertility centre.

Is marijuana smoking associated with semen quality, sperm DNA integrity or serum concentrations of reproductive hormones among subfertile men?

Mercury at environmental relevant levels affects spermatozoa function and fertility capacity in bovine sperm.

Over the last several years human sperm quality was found to be significantly reduced and the role environmental contaminants play in this phenomenon remain to be determined. Mercury (Hg) is one of the most widespread contaminants; however the correlation between metal exposure and adverse consequences on human and animals fertility are not completely established. The aim of this study was to determine the effects of direct exposure to inorganic Hg on male gametes using spermatozoa (bovine sperm) which char...

Presence of the vitamin D inactivating enzyme CYP24A1 in human sperm and prediction of the success of intrauterine insemination: a prospective study.

Male fertility is routinely evaluated by semen analysis, although semen quality variables such as; sperm count, motility and morphology have low predictive value for spontaneous pregnancies and fertility treatment outcomes. Vitamin D has been suggested to be beneficial for male reproduction. The vitamin D receptor and the vitamin D inactivating enzyme CYP24A1 are co-expressed in high quality sperm. Presence of CYP24A1 at the annulus of human sperm can distinguish between sperm from healthy and infertile men...

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