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Role of the acrosome reaction in egg vestments and plasma membrane penetration


, : Role of the acrosome reaction in egg vestments and plasma membrane penetration. Fenichel, P [Editor], Parinaud, J [Editor] [INSERM Colloquium; Human sperm acrosome reaction] Colloque INSERM; Human sperm acrosome reaction 133-149


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