The left caudal epididymis was separated from the testis and lacerated to collect semen. The epididymis was carefully exposed, and the caudal epididymis was then carefully separated and transferred unto a warm slide (27 °C) and lacerated with a dissecting blade to release some sperm into the slide surface. The sample was analyzed immediately after collection [73].

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