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Sex-specific Insemination Of Mammals With Low Number Of Sperm Cells

  • Published: Aug 5, 2009
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Abstract

The utility model provides a sex-specific insemination of mammals with low number of sperm cells. Artificial Insemination is achieved for sexed mammalian offspring in a commercially practical manner and with dosages of insemination sperm which were not previously thought to be practical for commercial implementation. Improved insemination systems particularly adapted to use for sex-selected sperm sorting include systems which achieve superovulation and then multiple embryo production with sexed embryos. These systems combine with other techniques, including techniques for enhanced sheath fluid and other strategies which minimize stress on the sperm cells, and potentially. Improved collection systems and techniques for the process are describeb so that commercial application of sperm samples as well as the resulting animals may now be achieved in the field.


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Document History
  • Publication: Aug 5, 2009
  • Application: Dec 31, 1998
    CN CN 200810128058 A
  • Priority: Dec 31, 1998
    CN CN 98813255 A
  • Priority: Jan 29, 1998
    US US 1545498 A
  • Priority: Dec 31, 1997
    US US 139497 A

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