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Dose- and time-dependent effects of ethanolic extract of Mucuna pruriens Linn. seed on sexual behaviour of normal male rats.
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The results indicated that the ethanolic extracts of Mucuna pruriens Linn. Expand
Effect of Mucuna pruriens (Linn.) on mitochondrial dysfunction and DNA damage in epididymal sperm of streptozotocin induced diabetic rat.
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The present study has clearly demonstrated the potency of M. pruriens to reduce the diabetic induced sperm damage induced by oxidative stress (OS) and are encouraging to perform similar studies in human. Expand
Anatomical aspects of the male reproductive system in the bonnet monkey (Macaca radiata)
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Excellent adaptability and spermatogenic efficiency in the laboratory environment makes this animal a good primate model for andrological research. Expand
Morphological diversity of sperm: A mini review
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The accumulated knowledge indicates evolution of sperm morphology across species has some associations with female reproductive tract, sperm competition and sperm size and number, however interpreting these results for phylogentic correlations should be approached with caution. Expand
Effect of Mucuna pruriens on oxidative stress mediated damage in aged rat sperm.
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Sperm damage in ageing was significantly reduced by quenching ROS, improving antioxidant defence system and mitochondrial function, and present observation indicates the antioxidant enhancing property, free radical quenched ability and spermatogenic efficacy of the M. pruriens. Expand
Developmental Changes of Seminiferous Tubule in Prenatal, Postnatal and Adult Testis of Bonnet Monkey (Macaca radiata)
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Increase in tubular length along with diameter seems to be a continuous process until puberty, which is the first report on the developmental changes in the testis during fetal, postnatal and adult stages in the bonnet monkey. Expand
Impact of sperm retrieival on testis and epididymis: an experimental study using Wistar albino rats
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Analysis of pathophysiological changes after testicular sperm aspiration and microsurgical epididymal sperm aspiration procedures in Wistar albino rats revealed an up-regulation of apoptosis in both contra- and ipsilateral testes of TESA, and extrapolating conclusions from the experimental model to the clinic needs to be done cautiously. Expand