In situ viability detection assays induce heat-shock protein 70 expression in spermatozoa without affecting the chromatin integrity

Y. Asokan, S. D. Honguntikar, S. Uppangala, S. R. Salian, D. Kumar, G. Kalthur, S. K. Adiga

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