Sex preselection in rabbits: live births from X and Y sperm separated by DNA and cell sorting.

@article{Johnson1989SexPI,
  title={Sex preselection in rabbits: live births from X and Y sperm separated by DNA and cell sorting.},
  author={L. Johnson and J. Flook and H. Hawk},
  journal={Biology of reproduction},
  year={1989},
  volume={41 2},
  pages={
          199-203
        }
}
Key MethodIntact, viable X and Y chromosome-bearing sperm populations of the rabbit were separated according to DNA content with a flow cytometer/cell sorter. Reanalysis for DNA of an aliquot from each sorted population showed purities of 86% for X-bearing sperm and 81% for Y-bearing sperm populations. Sorted sperm were surgically inseminated into the uterus of rabbits. From does inseminated with sorted X-bearing sperm, 94% of the offspring born were females. From does inseminated with sorted Y-bearing…Expand
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