Targeted ablation of plasma membrane Ca2+-ATPase (PMCA) 1 and 4 indicates a major housekeeping function for PMCA1 and a critical role in hyperactivated sperm motility and male fertility for PMCA4

Gbolahan W. Okunade, Marian L. Miller, Gail J. Pyne, Roy L. Sutliff, Kyle T. O'Connor, Jonathan C. Neumann, Anastasia Andringa, Daniel A. Miller, Vikram Prasad, Thomas Doetschman, Richard J. Paul, Gary E. Shull

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