Effect of the knobbed acrosome defect in bovine sperm on IVF and embryo production.

@article{Thundathil2000EffectOT,
  title={Effect of the knobbed acrosome defect in bovine sperm on IVF and embryo production.},
  author={Jacob C Thundathil and Roland Meyer and Andrzej T Palasz and Albert D Barth and Reuben John Mapletoft},
  journal={Theriogenology},
  year={2000},
  volume={54 6},
  pages={921-34}
}
An IVF and culture system was used to determine the effect of the knobbed acrosome defect in bovine spermatozoa on fertilization and early embryonic development. Three bulls affected with knobbed acrosomes were identified as K+ (flattened acrosome), K2+ (indented acrosome) or K3+ (deep indentation of the acrosome) based on the predominant type of acrosomal… CONTINUE READING