Dielectric Permittivity of Human Ejaculate at Normo- and Pathospermia after Interaction with Cryoprotective Medium
Keywords:dielectric permeability, asthenospermia, oligospermia, cryoprotective medium
Using the SWF-dielectrometry the real Îµâ€² and imaginary Îµâ€³parts of dielectric permittivity were shown to be changed depending on spermatogenesis pathology. A glycerol-lactose-yolk cryoprotective medium affects the state of the ejaculate water component, decreases the free water content in spermatozoa.
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