Malini Laloraya

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The nongenomic action of progesterone (P) on capacitated sperm in mediating acrosomal exocytosis operates through transmembrane signal transduction involving increased intracellular calcium ions and modulation of protein kinases and phospholipid metabolism through a second messenger pathway. Conflicting views exist regarding the nature of the nongenomic(More)
Acrosomal assembly during spermatogenesis and acrosome reaction during sperm-oocyte interaction are unique events of vesicle synthesis, transport, and fusion leading to fertilization. SNARE complex formation is essential for membrane fusion, and vesicle-associated (v-) SNARE intertwines with target membrane (t-) SNARE to form a coiled coil that bridges two(More)
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