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Intrauterine insemination after ovarian stimulation with clomiphene citrate: Predictive potential of inseminating motile count and sperm morphology?
Treatment of infertility because of oligoasthenoteratospermia by transcervical intrauterine insemination of motile spermatozoa.
These genes may be valuable markers for the accurate diagnosis of PCD and other causes for defective motile cilia via genetic testing.
2] and a lower percentage of progressive motile sperm in healthy, young men.
There was also no significant difference between the two sperm washing methods with regard to average count, average motility and average total motile count pre- and post-preparation (Table 2).
Most isolates were Gram-negative, motile, cell shapes varying from cocci to rods, and a few were spiral after staining.
Further support is provided with the inclusion in the range of semi-solid MSRV Medium for the rapid detection of motile Salmonellae; Diassalm, a semi solid differential medium for the isolation of Salmonella spp.
Then the motile sperm was stored frozen in several micropipettes overnight and a sample of the frozen micropipette was thawed the following day to ensure that the sperm remained viable and motile.
On the other hand Serratia plymuthica is a gram negative, motile, rod shaped bacteria placed in the family Enterobactericeae.