IMMUNOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF SPERM SELECTION AND TRANSPORT

@inproceedings{Cohen1984IMMUNOLOGICALAO,
  title={IMMUNOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF SPERM SELECTION AND TRANSPORT},
  author={J. Cohen},
  year={1984}
}
  • J. Cohen
  • Published 1984
  • Biology
  • This chapter focuses on immunological aspects of sperm selection and transport. There are many apparently physiological sperm–antibody interactions after every mammalian copulation and there may be involvement of the immunological system in preparation for copulation too; mice, at least, seem to recognize each other and to be influenced in their choice of sexual partner by H-2 combinations. There are four general areas of mammalian spermatozoan interaction with the female tract that are not… CONTINUE READING
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