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Japanese scientists have reported a potential breakthrough in the study of male infertility after they identified the role a certain protein plays in the motility of sperm.

Researchers from Osaka University and Tsukuba University examined sperm calcineurin in mice and found that the protein is essential for spermatozoa to find their way to an egg.

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