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Mammal sperm cell membrane phospolipids stabilizing molecules

In biology and biochemistry , a lipid is a biomolecule that is soluble in nonpolar solvents. The functions of lipids include storing energy, signaling , and acting as structural components of cell membranes. Biological lipids originate entirely or in part from two distinct types of biochemical subunits or "building-blocks": ketoacyl and isoprene groups. Although the term "lipid" is sometimes used as a synonym for fats , fats are a subgroup of lipids called triglycerides. Lipids also encompass molecules such as fatty acids and their derivatives including tri- , di- , monoglycerides , and phospholipids , as well as other sterol -containing metabolites such as cholesterol. Lipid Greek- lipo- fat are of great importance to the body as the Chief concentrated storage form of energy, besides their role in cellular structure and various other biochemical functions.
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Sperm surface changes and physiological consequences induced by sperm handling and storage

Mammal sperm cell membrane phospolipids stabilizing molecules
Mammal sperm cell membrane phospolipids stabilizing molecules
Mammal sperm cell membrane phospolipids stabilizing molecules
Mammal sperm cell membrane phospolipids stabilizing molecules
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Morphology of Mammalian Sperm Membranes During Differentiation, Maturation, and Capacitation

During cryopreservation, the cell plasma membrane faces severe perils, including lipid phase separation, solute effects, and osmotic stresses associated with ice crystallization. How the initial biophysical properties of the plasma membrane can be modulated before cryopreservation in order to influence cellular resistance to the freeze-thaw stress is addressed in this study. Rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss spermatozoa were chosen because the lack of an acrosome in this species suppresses potential interactions of cryopreservation with capacitation. Methyl-beta cyclodextrin-induced modulation of membrane cholesterol revealed the presence of a significant cholesterol exchangeable pool in the trout sperm plasma membrane, as membrane cholesterol content could be halved or doubled with respect to the basic composition of the cell without impairing fresh sperm motility and fertilizing ability. Biophysical properties of the sperm plasma membrane were affected by cholesterol changes: membrane resistance to a hypo-osmotic stress increased linearly with membrane cholesterol whereas membrane fluidity, assessed with DPH 1,6-diphenyl-1,3,5-hexatriene and with several spin-labeled analogues of membrane lipids, decreased. Phosphatidyl serine translocation between the bilayers was slowed at high cholesterol content.
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New insights into the regulation of cholesterol efflux from the sperm membrane

Cholesterol is an essential component of the mammalian plasma membrane because it promotes membrane stability without comprising membrane fluidity. Given this important cellular role, cholesterol levels are tightly controlled at multiple levels. It has been clearly shown that cholesterol redistribution and depletion from the sperm membrane is a key part of the spermatozoon's preparation for fertilization. Some factors that regulate these events are described e. How does a hydrophobic cholesterol molecule inserted in the sperm plasma membrane enter the energetically unfavorable aqueous surroundings?
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The mammalian spermatozoon is a highly polarized cell whose surface membrane can be divided into five functionally, structurally, and biochemically distinct domains. These domains are formed during spermatogenesis, continue to be modified during passage through the epididymis, and are further refined in the female reproductive tract. The integrity of these domains appears to be necessary for the sperm to perform its function—fusion with the egg and subsequent fertilization. The domains can be identified morphologically by their surface contours and texture, the content, distribution, and organization of intramembranous particles after freeze-fracture, and by the density of surface and cytoplasmic electron-dense coatings in thin sections.

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