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Title: Hyperoside Supplementation in Preservation Media Surpasses Vitamin C Protection Against Oxidative Stress-Induced Damages in Human Spermatozoa
Authors: Moreira, Mafalda V
Pereira, Sara C
Guerra-Carvalho, Bárbara 
Carrageta, David F
Pinto, Soraia
Barros, Alberto
Silva, Branca M. 
Oliveira, Pedro F. 
Alves, Marco G
Keywords: Assisted-reproduction; Hyperoside; Vitamin C; Sperm-quality
Issue Date: 8-Jan-2022
Project: FCT - 2021.05487.BD 
FCT - (SFRH/BD/136779/2018) 
IFCT2015 and PTDC/MEC-AND/28691/2017); 
LAQV-REQUIMTE (UIDB/50006/2020); 
UMIB (UIDB/00215/2020, and UIDP/00215/2020); 
ITR - Laboratory for Integrative and Translational Research in Population Health (LA/P/0064/2020). 
FCT – Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia, I.P., under the Scientific Employment Stimulus - Institutional Call - reference CEECINST/00026/2018 
Serial title, monograph or event: Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry
Volume: 56
Issue: S1
Abstract: Oxidative Stress (OS) is reported as one of the main causes of male infertility. Infertile couples often resort to assisted reproductive technology (ART) to achieve parenthood. However, preparation for ART protocols increases the exposer of gametes to OS. Thus, it is crucial to find suitable preservation media that can counteract the OS-induced damages in spermatozoa. In this work, we tested and compared the efficiency of vitamin C (VC) and hyperoside (HYP) as potential antioxidant supplements for sperm preservation media.
ISSN: 10158987
DOI: 10.33594/000000487
Rights: openAccess
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