Evaluation of a container for collection and shipment of semen with potential uses in population-based, clinical, and occupational settings.

@article{Royster2000EvaluationOA,
  title={Evaluation of a container for collection and shipment of semen with potential uses in population-based, clinical, and occupational settings.},
  author={Michael O Royster and Danelle T. Lobdell and Pauline Mendola and Sally D. Perreault and Sherry G. Selevan and Susan A Rothmann and Wendie Anne Robbins},
  journal={Journal of andrology},
  year={2000},
  volume={21 3},
  pages={478-84}
}
Large, population-based studies of semen quality are encumbered by the logistics and expense of obtaining semen samples from men who live in a variety of locations. A prototype semen collection and transportation kit, the TRANSEM100, can be distributed to study participants and then directly shipped to a central laboratory for analysis. This study was designed to evaluate the ability of male volunteers to correctly use the kit. Thirty volunteers aged 20 to 44 years with no history of diabetes… CONTINUE READING

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