Sperm DNA damage or progressive motility: which one is the better predictor of fertilization in vitro?

Abstract

Sperm progressive motility has been reported to be one of the key factors influencing in vitro fertilization rates. However, recent studies have shown that sperm DNA fragmentation is a more robust predictor of assisted reproductive outcomes including reduced fertilization rates, embryo quality, and pregnancy rates. This study aimed to compare the usefulness… (More)
DOI: 10.3109/19396368.2011.553984

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@article{Simon2011SpermDD, title={Sperm DNA damage or progressive motility: which one is the better predictor of fertilization in vitro?}, author={Luke Simon and Sheena E. M. Lewis}, journal={Systems biology in reproductive medicine}, year={2011}, volume={57 3}, pages={133-8} }