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Původ proteinů kančí semenné plazmy
Maňásková, Pavla ; Kyselová, Vendula ; Tichá, M. ; Jonáková, Věra
Spermadhesins were detected with their antibodies in boar epididymal fluid, but DQH and beta-microseminoprotein were not. Indirect immunofluorescence technique was employed to determine the distribution of seminal plasma proteins on tissue sections of the reproductive organs. The mRNA of the DQH was found only in seminal vesicles, not in the epididymis, and the mRNA of beta-MSP in testis, seminal vesiclas and prostate.
Regulation and localization of sperm akaps during capacitation, activation, induced acrosomal reaction and binding to the oocyte
Kyselová, Vendula ; Pěknicová, Jana
Recent evidence suggests that the cAMP-dependent protein kinase A (PKA) is localized to specific subcellulatr compatrments trought association with A Kinase Anchoring Proteins (AKAPs). The AKAPs now represent a functionally related family of regulatory proteins containing a conserved PKA binding domain and a unique targeting sequence that direct the PKA-AKAP complex to subcellular structures.
Multigenerational study - effect of the selected compounds on the mouse fertility
Boubelík, Michael ; Pěknicová, Jana ; Kyselová, Vendula ; Buckiová, D.
Several compounds known to be effective for their influence onto the environment were tested. Compounds tested in this study were: benzo/a/ pyrene, lindane (hexachlorocyclohexane isomer), 4-n-nonylphenol, bisphenol A and octachlorostyrene. The question was if these compounds might also function as endocrine disruptors.

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