decapacitation


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de·ca·pac·i·ta·tion

n. decapacitación, proceso que previene que la espermatozoa pase por el proceso de capacitación.
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Egypt was sweepingly over-run by the fundamentalists, Libya is smashed down to the ground, Tunisia was totally swallowed before it started recovering, and the entire North Africa is in the state of decapacitation and pandimonium.
Prior to capacitation, these surface proteins are covered by so-called decapacitation factors, or protein constituents of seminal plasma.