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Antibodies against spermatozoids can prevent the passage of of spermatozoids through the cervical mucus in the in vitro penetration test. Statistically significant negative correlations were observed between spermoagglutinizing antibodies, spermoimmobilizing antibodies, and the penetration capacity of spermatozoids through the cervical mucus, which means… (More)
Cervical mucus plays an important role in the migration of spermatozoids only in certain species. The transport of spermatozoids through the cervix is greatly influenced by seminal protease, the pH of the cervical mucus, proteins, immune antibodies of the seminal plasma, and ovarian hormones. A considerable part in the mechanism of spermatozoid migration… (More)