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

  • Published: Aug 12, 2009
  • Earliest Priority: Dec 31 1997
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The present invention provides a sex-selected insemination technique for mammalian with a few spermoblasts, especially a technique for executing artificial insemination with an enforceable mode in commerce and a sperm dosage which is thought to unrealizable in commerce previously for reproducing the sex-selected mammalian progeny. The invention also realizes the superovulation and multiple fetuses generation for obtaining the sex-selected fetus through adopting the classifying technique of sperm sexuality selection. The insemination technique is combined with the technique which comprises the technique for improving exotheca liquid and other techniques for minimizing spermoblast pressure, improvides the sperm collecting system and collecting technique, and realizes the application of sperm sample and the reproduced mammalian in commerce.


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Document History
  • Publication: Aug 12, 2009
  • Application: Dec 31, 1998
    CN CN 200810128059 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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