Separation efficiency of a microfluidic sperm sorter to minimize sperm DNA damage.

  title={Separation efficiency of a microfluidic sperm sorter to minimize sperm DNA damage.},
  author={Kyoko Shirota and Fusanori Yotsumoto and Hiroko Itoh and Hirotsugu Obama and Naomi Hidaka and Kyoko Nakajima and Shingo Miyamoto},
  journal={Fertility and sterility},
  volume={105 2},
OBJECTIVE To evaluate whether microfluidic sperm sorters (MFSSs) allow effective recovery of sorted motile sperm without DNA damage compared with the centrifugation and swim-up procedure. DESIGN Experimental laboratory study. All participants completed questionnaires regarding previous and/or current diseases, surgery, reproductive experiences, lifestyle factors, and date of the preceding ejaculation. SETTING University research laboratory. PATIENT(S) Male volunteers were recruited… CONTINUE READING
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