Seminal fructose | Article about seminal fructose by The Free Dictionary
seminal fructose[¦sem·ən·əl ′fru̇k‚tōs]
Fructose that is normally produced in the seminal vesicles.
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The seminal fructose
levels following kisspeptin challenge in male mice have also been investigated (Ramzan et al., 2014).
, citric acid and phosphatase levels and their relation to the sperm count in man.
is used as a marker of the seminal vesicles and <13.0 [micro]mol/ejaculate is abnormal.
The results are in agreement with those of Gonzales et al., who showed that seminal fructose
concentration was inversely correlated with sperm count (26).