Female cervical mucus contains an endogenous age- and menstrual cycle-related sialidase which could be involved in modifying the rheological properties of mucus to favour sperm progression at fertilization. Its association with exosome-like vesicles also suggests a role in intercellular communication before and after fertilization.

Flori, F., Secciani, F., Capone, A., Paccagnini, E., Caruso, S., Ricci, M.g., et al. (2007). Menstrual cycle-related sialidase activity of the female cervical mucus is associated with exoxome-like vesicles. FERTILITY AND STERILITY, 88 (Suppl. 1), 1212-1219.

Menstrual cycle-related sialidase activity of the female cervical mucus is associated with exoxome-like vesicles

FLORI, FEDERICA;SECCIANI, FEDERICA;CAPONE, ANTONIETTA;PACCAGNINI, EUGENIO;FOCARELLI, RICCARDO
2007

Abstract

Female cervical mucus contains an endogenous age- and menstrual cycle-related sialidase which could be involved in modifying the rheological properties of mucus to favour sperm progression at fertilization. Its association with exosome-like vesicles also suggests a role in intercellular communication before and after fertilization.
Flori, F., Secciani, F., Capone, A., Paccagnini, E., Caruso, S., Ricci, M.g., et al. (2007). Menstrual cycle-related sialidase activity of the female cervical mucus is associated with exoxome-like vesicles. FERTILITY AND STERILITY, 88 (Suppl. 1), 1212-1219.
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