Reprobio attends the 19th International Congress on Animal Reproduction (ICAR 2020+2)

Asinelli tower at Bologna's city center.

Asinelli tower at Bologna’s city center.

After being postponed twice because of the pandemics, our group finally attended the International Congress on Animal Reproduction (ICAR) in the beautiful city of Bologna (Italy). We were thrilled to meet old friends in this first presential meeting, share knowledge and presenting our last research.

The meeting took almost a whole week, from 26th to 30th June, and we had plenty of plenary talks, short communications, and social activities. Congratulations to the organizers, especially our dear collaborators, Drs. Bucci, Mislei, and Mari.

We presented five posters with some of the results of our current projects on boar sperm chromatin and collaborations with our colleagues at the University of Bologna:

Lacalle E, Soriano-Úbeda C, Alonso ME, Fernández-Alegre E, Morrell JM, and Martínez-Pastor F. Application of canonical analysis for interpreting sperm chromatin results in an experiment testing large-volume single layer centrifugation (SLC) of boar semen.

E. Lacalle and F. Martínez-Pastor in ICAR2022

E. Lacalle and F. Martínez-Pastor in ICAR2022

Bucci D, Giaretta E, Mislei B, Martínez-Pastor F, Galeati G, Nerozzi C, Tamanini C, Mari G, Nesci S, and Spinaci1 M. Motility features of boar and stallion spermatozoa after treatments with mitochondrial complexes inhibitors: a comparison.

Giaretta E, Martínez-Pastor F, Mislei B, Mari G, Nesci S, Galeati G, Spinaci M, Nerozzi C, Tamanini C, and Bucci D. Principal component analysis on equine sperm motility and oxidative parameters in relation with mitochondrial function.

Lacalle E, Villarías A, Fernández-Martín I, Domínguez JC, González-Montaña JR, Soriano-Úbeda C, and Martínez-Pastor F. Seminal plasma preserves the chromatin compaction of frozen spermatozoa in Sus scrofa (domestic pig).

Fernández-Alegre E, Pérez-Carbonell D, Soriano-Úbeda C, Crespo-Félez I, Martín-Fernández B, Lacalle E, and Martínez-Pastor F. The oxidation-reduction potential in boar stored semen is positively associated with motility in good-quality samples.

These studies were partly funded by two of our projects (RTI2018-095183-B-I00, MCI/AEI/FEDER, EU, and LE023P20, Junta de Castilla y León/Consejería de Educación/FEDER, EU) for studying the boar sperm chromatin.

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