Intracellular translocation and differential accumulation of cell-penetrating peptides in bovine spermatozoa: evaluation of efficient delivery vectors that do not compromise human sperm motility.

Sarah Jones*, Monika Lukanowska, Julia Suhorutsenko, Senga Oxenham, Christopher Barratt, Steven Publicover, Dana Maria Copolovici, Ülo Langel, John Howl

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    38 Citations (SciVal)
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)1874-1889
    Number of pages16
    JournalHuman Reproduction
    Volume28
    Issue number7
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished (VoR) - Jul 2013

    Funding

    We are pleased to acknowledge financial support from the following sources: The Wellcome Trust, TENOVUS (Scotland), University of Dundee, Medical Research Council, NHS Tayside and Scottish Enterprise and the Research Institute in Healthcare Science, University of Wolverhampton. study funding/competing intersts: We are pleased to acknowledge financial support from the following sources: the Wellcome Trust, TENOVUS (Scotland), University of Dundee, Medical Research Council, NHS Tayside and Scottish Enterprise and the Research Institute in Healthcare Science, University of Wolverhampton. No conflicts of interest are reported by the authors.

    FundersFunder number
    NHS Tayside
    Scottish Enterprise and the Research Institute in Healthcare Science, University of Wolverhampton
    University of Dundee
    Wellcome Trust
    Medical Research Council
    Tenovus

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