Centrifugation force and time alter CASA parameters and oxidative status of cryopreserved stallion sperm. Marzano, G.; Moscatelli, N.; Di Giacomo, M.; Martino, N.; Lacalandra, G.; Dell’aquila, M.; Maruccio, G.; Primiceri, E.; Chiriacò, M.; Zara, V.; and Ferramosca, A. Biology, MDPI AG, 2020. cited By 2
Centrifugation force and time alter CASA parameters and oxidative status of cryopreserved stallion sperm [link]Paper  doi  abstract   bibtex   
Conventional sperm selection techniques used in ARTs rely on centrifugation steps. To date, the different studies reported on the effects of centrifugation on stallion sperm motility provided contrasting results and do not include effects on mitochondrial functionality and different oxidative parameters. The effects of different centrifugation protocols (300 ×g for 5’, 300 ×g for 10’, 1500 ×g for 5’ and 1500 ×g for 10’ vs no centrifugation) on motility and oxidative status in cryopreserved stallion sperm, were analyzed. After centrifugation, almost all motility parameters were significantly altered, as observed by computer-assisted sperm analysis. A polarographic assay of oxygen consumption showed a progressive decrease in mitochondria respiration from the gentlest to the strongest protocol. By laser scanning confocal microscopy, significant reduction of mitochondrial membrane potential, at any tested protocol, and time-dependent effects, at the same centrifugal force, were found. Increased DNA fragmentation index at any tested protocol and time-dependent effects at the same centrifugal force were found, whereas increased protein carbonylation was observed only at the strongest centrifugal force. These results provide more comprehensive understandings on centrifugation-induced effects on cryopreserved stallion sperm and suggest that, even at a weak force for a short time, centrifugation impairs different aspects of equine sperm metabolism and functionality. © 2020 by the authors. Licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland.
@ARTICLE{Marzano2020,
author={Marzano, G. and Moscatelli, N. and Di Giacomo, M. and Martino, N.A. and Lacalandra, G.M. and Dell’aquila, M.E. and Maruccio, G. and Primiceri, E. and Chiriacò, M.S. and Zara, V. and Ferramosca, A.},
title={Centrifugation force and time alter CASA parameters and oxidative status of cryopreserved stallion sperm},
journal={Biology},
year={2020},
volume={9},
number={2},
doi={10.3390/biology9020022},
art_number={22},
note={cited By 2},
url={https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-85079128069&doi=10.3390%2fbiology9020022&partnerID=40&md5=ecbd9ec7b0bd52145dca73e3c43d659b},
abstract={Conventional sperm selection techniques used in ARTs rely on centrifugation steps. To date, the different studies reported on the effects of centrifugation on stallion sperm motility provided contrasting results and do not include effects on mitochondrial functionality and different oxidative parameters. The effects of different centrifugation protocols (300 ×g for 5’, 300 ×g for 10’, 1500 ×g for 5’ and 1500 ×g for 10’ vs no centrifugation) on motility and oxidative status in cryopreserved stallion sperm, were analyzed. After centrifugation, almost all motility parameters were significantly altered, as observed by computer-assisted sperm analysis. A polarographic assay of oxygen consumption showed a progressive decrease in mitochondria respiration from the gentlest to the strongest protocol. By laser scanning confocal microscopy, significant reduction of mitochondrial membrane potential, at any tested protocol, and time-dependent effects, at the same centrifugal force, were found. Increased DNA fragmentation index at any tested protocol and time-dependent effects at the same centrifugal force were found, whereas increased protein carbonylation was observed only at the strongest centrifugal force. These results provide more comprehensive understandings on centrifugation-induced effects on cryopreserved stallion sperm and suggest that, even at a weak force for a short time, centrifugation impairs different aspects of equine sperm metabolism and functionality. © 2020 by the authors. Licensee MDPI, Basel, Switzerland.},
publisher={MDPI AG},
issn={20797737},
document_type={Article},
source={Scopus},
}
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