Sperm survival and heterogeneity are correlated with fertility after intrauterine insemination in superovulated ewes.

@article{Grasa2005SpermSA,
  title={Sperm survival and heterogeneity are correlated with fertility after intrauterine insemination in superovulated ewes.},
  author={Patricia Grasa and Rosaura P{\'e}rez-P{\'e} and A C Abecia and Fernando Forcada and Teresa Mui{\~n}o-Blanco and Jos{\'e} Alvaro Cebri{\'a}n-P{\'e}rez},
  journal={Theriogenology},
  year={2005},
  volume={63 3},
  pages={748-62}
}
Efficient animal production involves accurate estimations of fertilizing ability. One key factor is the plasma membrane of the sperm cell, which is actively involved in the cascade of events before oocyte fusion. Many methods are used to analyze the characteristics of this membrane, including partition in aqueous two-phase systems which is an efficient method to analyze sperm surface changes accounting for loss of viability and different functional states. Centrifugal countercurrent… CONTINUE READING
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