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Physiological studies on the sperm surface component responsible for sperm-egg bonding in sea urchin fertilization. I. Effect of sperm-binding protein on the fertilizing capacity of sperm



Physiological studies on the sperm surface component responsible for sperm-egg bonding in sea urchin fertilization. I. Effect of sperm-binding protein on the fertilizing capacity of sperm



Experimental Cell Research 80(2): 439-441




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DOI: 10.1016/0014-4827(73)90317-0


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