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      Stimulation of motility and energy metabolism of spermatozoa from asthenozoospermic patients by 17 beta-estradiol.

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      metabolism, Cell Survival, drug effects, Energy Metabolism, Estradiol, pharmacology, Humans, Infertility, Male, physiopathology, Male, Oxygen Consumption, Sperm Motility, Spermatozoa, abnormalities

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          Spermatozoa from nine asthenozoospermic patients were incubated for 3 h in Krebs Phosphate Ringer (KRP), supplemented or not with 17 beta-estradiol. 17 beta-estradiol increased the mean velocity and maintained the percentage of motility during the first 2 h of incubation. Oxydative metabolism and intracellular ATP concentrations were enhanced, too, whereas glycolysis remained unchanged.

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