The criterion of flow citometrical estimation of the nuclear chromatin state in human spermatozoa used as a test for their fertility. Semenova, E.; Drobchenko, E.; and Filatov, M. Tsitologiya, 44(5):475-476, 2002. cited By 0
The criterion of flow citometrical estimation of the nuclear chromatin state in human spermatozoa used as a test for their fertility [link]Paper  abstract   bibtex   
On the basis of the previously described method for estimating the state of the human spermatozoan nuclear chromatin by flow cytometry, we developed a modified system of calculation and presentation of our data. We propose a criterion that allows to classify samples of seminal material according to their fertility potential that could be used for male sterility diagnostics and as a prognostic test for optimization of reproduction programs. The most important theoretical and methodical aspects of the suggested approach are discussed, and comparative analysis of suggested approach and routine flow cytometry SCSA method is made.
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author={Semenova, E.V. and Drobchenko, E.A. and Filatov, M.V.},
title={The criterion of flow citometrical estimation of the nuclear chromatin state in human spermatozoa used as a test for their fertility},
journal={Tsitologiya},
year={2002},
volume={44},
number={5},
pages={475-476},
note={cited By 0},
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affiliation={St. Petersburg Nucl. Phys. Inst. RAS, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation},
abstract={On the basis of the previously described method for estimating the state of the human spermatozoan nuclear chromatin by flow cytometry, we developed a modified system of calculation and presentation of our data. We propose a criterion that allows to classify samples of seminal material according to their fertility potential that could be used for male sterility diagnostics and as a prognostic test for optimization of reproduction programs. The most important theoretical and methodical aspects of the suggested approach are discussed, and comparative analysis of suggested approach and routine flow cytometry SCSA method is made.},
correspondence_address1={Semenova, E.V.; St. Petersburg Nucl. Phys. Inst. RAS, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation; email: filatov@omrb.pnpi.spb.ru},
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}
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