A follow-up study of sperm preparation for IVF by swim-up in a solution of hyaluronate.

@article{Sjblom1991AFS,
  title={A follow-up study of sperm preparation for IVF by swim-up in a solution of hyaluronate.},
  author={Peter C Sj{\"o}blom and Matts Wikland},
  journal={Human reproduction},
  year={1991},
  volume={6 5},
  pages={722-6}
}
Spermatozoa prepared for in-vitro fertilization (IVF) by swim-up in a balanced salt solution containing hyaluronate gave rates of fertilization, cleavage and pregnancy which were not significantly different from those obtained with sperm prepared by swim-up in standard IVF medium followed by centrifugation. However, the content of prostaglandin F2alpha in the final sperm suspension was higher using hyaluronate but this seemed to be of no consequence for IVF. Thus, preparation of normal sperm… CONTINUE READING

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