Effects of L-Arginine, Vitamin E and Their Combinations on Sperms Morphology in Albino Male Mice

@article{Husein2011EffectsOL,
  title={Effects of L-Arginine, Vitamin E and Their Combinations on Sperms Morphology in Albino Male Mice},
  author={Raza H. Husein and M. Ahmed and S. M. Muhammed},
  journal={Journal of Al-Nahrain University-Science},
  year={2011},
  volume={14},
  pages={137-143}
}
This study designed to evaluate the effected of L-arginine, vitamin E and their combinations on sperms morphology (sperm quality). [...] Key Method Twenty (20) male albino mice was included in this study and dividing into four groups (Control group, Vitamin E treated group, L-arginine treated group, and Vitamin E+ L-arginine treated Group). The animals were kept under suitable conditions of temperature (24±2 C) and light program (12-14 hours/ day).Expand
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