Sperm dance to calcium's tune en route to egg - Biosciences research

Research by Dr Steve Publicover of the School of Biosciences has featured in a recent issue of New Scientist magazine (Issue 2899).

"FROM headbanging to pirouettes, sperm cells need the right moves to bag the egg. Identifying how sperm switch from one movement to another could lead to better fertility treatments for men, it now seems."

  • Read more on the New Scientist website
  • Read the abstract and full text of this paper on the Journal of Biological Chemistry website