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Title: An in vivo model to study oxidative stress on male fertility: can red palm oil supplementation offer protection?
Authors: Aboua, Yapo Guillaume 
Brooks, Nicole L 
Mahfouz, R.Z. 
Agarwal, A 
du Plessis, SS 
Keywords: Vivo model;study;oxidative stress;male fertility;red palm;oil;supplementation;offer protection
Issue Date: 2010
Source: Aboua, Y. G., Brooks, N. & Mahfouz, R.Z. et al. 2010. An in vivo model to study oxidative stress on male fertility: can red palm oil supplementation offer protection. IFFS 20th World Congress on Fertility & Sterility, Munich, Germany, 12-16 September. [https://www.researchgate.net/publication/262882053]
Conference: IFFS 20th World Congress on Fertility & Sterility 
Abstract: Many environmental, physiological, and genetic factors have been shown to impair sperm function through oxidative damage. Understanding how oxidative stress (OS) affects sperm function will be beneficial in designing new and effective treatment strategies to combat male subfertility.
URI: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/262882053
http://hdl.handle.net/11189/8100
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