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epididymis

[‚ep·ə′did·ə·məs]
(anatomy)
The convoluted efferent duct lying posterior to the testis and connected to it by the efferent ductules of the testis.
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This data suggest that the epididymis is able to produce the protein itself but in low concentration, raising the hypothesis that the highest amount of leptin on epididymis comes from testis and is uptaken by clear cells during the epididymal fluid transit.
Effect of glycerol concentration, Equex STM(r) supplementation and liquid storage prior to freezing on the motility and acrosome integrity of frozen-thawed epididymal alpaca (Vicugna pacos) sperm.
Partial/subtotal excision and eversion of sac was done for bigger hydroceles, which accounts for 14% of the cases; excision of epididymal cyst and encysted hydrocele of the cord accounts for 19% of the cases; herniotomy was done in 12% of the cases; incision and drainage in 4% of the cases; evacuation of clot and eversion of sac in 2% of the cases.
Seminal plasma non-heparin binding proteins (NHBP) reduce the cryoinjury to buffalo cauda epididymal spermatozoa induced by heparin binding proteins (HBP).
During epididymal transit and storage, spermatozoa are greatly exposed to reactive oxygen species (ROS) (17).
To assess inter-annual and seasonal variations in body weight, testicular weight and epididymal weight, we generated independent sets of General Linear Models (GLM; Logan, 2010).
Use of Androcoll-S after thawing improves the quality of electroejaculated and epididymal sperm samples from red deer.
Fluoride toxicity on rat testis and cauda epididymal tissue components and its reversal.
tanae leech, Tan describes its features (without using epididymal or nephridial even once).
The blood, bronchoalveolar lavage fluid (BALF), and adipose tissues (retroperitoneal, epididymal, and mesenteric) were removed.