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Cryopreservation and Pooling of Spermatozoa

  • J. Barkay
  • H. Zuckerman

Abstract

Donor artificial insemination (AID) was a response to the need for treatment of infertile couples in whom there was irreversible or untreatable infertility in the male. AID or heteroinsemination is now the alternative chosen by an increasing number of couples.

Keywords

Human Serum Albumin Sperm Motility Artificial Insemination Human Spermatozoon Human Semen 
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  • J. Barkay
  • H. Zuckerman

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