Other body fluids, including urine, cerebrospina, bronchoalveolar lavage, synovial, amniotic, seminal plasma and interstitial fluids are also rich in disease biomarkers.
What does SP stand for?
SP stands for Seminal Plasma
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We have 191 other meanings of SP in our Acronym Attic
- Security Policy
- Security Procedure
- Security Processor
- Security Protocol
- Security Publication
- Segmentation Permitted (ANSI)
- Self Portrait
- Self Potential
- Self Publishing
- Senior Prefect
- Sensitive Point
- Sentencing Project
- Senterpartiet (Norwegian political party)
- Sentinel Pile (anal fissure complication)
- Septum Primum (cardiology)
- Sergei Prokofiev (classical composer)
- Sergio Perticaroli (classical pianist)
- Serial Port
- Servants of the Holy Paraclete, Piarist Fathers (religious order)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Jonathan Bernstein, MD, an allergy and immunology expert at University of Cincinnati told ABC News that semen allergies also known as Seminal plasma hypersensitivity are "not common like asthma, but more than people realize, the New York Daily News reported.
Effect of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid supplementation on semen profile and enzymatic anti-oxidant capacity of seminal plasma in infertile men with idiopathic oligoasthenoteratospermia: a double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomised study.
23) [FIGURE 1 OMITTED] We have shown that seminal plasma can induce expression of COX-1 and COX-2 and the E-series prostaglandin receptors (PTGER1, PTGER3 and PTGER4) in normal cervical tissue explants (Fig.
Seminal plasma contains a neutral alphaglucosidase-isoenzyme that originates from the epididymis and is an indicator of the amount of excretion from the cauda epididymis emitted at ejaculation.
Seasonal variation of goat seminal plasma proteins.
In addition, because seminal plasma contains many biochemical molecules secreted from the specific organs or compartments of the male genital system, changes in some factors, including acid phosphatase, a-glucosidase, and others, have also been used as diagnostic indicators for evaluating the male reproductive system.
Firstly the effects of seminal plasma removal were analyzed.