Cytotoxic Effect of Diols, Amides and Their Mixtures on Fowl and Turkey Sperm Prior to Freezing
Keywords:cytotoxicity, cryoprotectants, amides, diols, morphological integrity, incubation
There was studied the cytotoxicity of substances from amidesâ€™ and diolsâ€™ series (three representatives from each) in respect to the fowl and turkey spermatozoa at a preparative stage to freezing. It was shown, that the lowest damaging effect on fowl spermatozoa was observed in the presence of dimethylformamide (DMFA) and DMFA + 2,3-buthane diol (2,3-BD) mixture and for turkey spermatozoa was ethylene glycol (EG) and DMFA+EG, correspondingly.
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