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jueves, 29 de septiembre de 2011

Effects of the utilization of homeopathic elements in commercial diluent on swine sperm viability.

(Extraído de PubMed.gov)

In Vitro Cell Dev Biol Anim. 2011 Mar;47(3):205-9. Epub 2011 Feb 27.

Soto FR, Vuaden ER, de Paula Coelho C, Bonamin LV, de Azevedo SS, Benites NR, de Barros FR, Goissis MD, Ortiz D'Ávila Assumpção ME, Visintin JA, Marques MG.

Source

Center for Sanitary Surveillance and Zoonoses Control Tereza Rodrigues de Camargo, Estrada da Vargem do Salto- Km 4,5- Bairro dos Paes, 18150-000 Ibiúna, São Paulo, Brazil.

Abstract

It has been speculated that the homeopathic treatment of sperm cells in order to improve semen quality could be promising. However, few data is available and its use in spermatozoa requires investigation. It is well established that mitochondrial membrane potential is an important viability parameter of spermatozoa and it is intimately related to reproductive efficiency. In this manner, new technologies in order to improve the activity of sperm cells and, finally, the fecundity of swine herds are of extremely importance. Due to the lack of knowledge of homeopathic treatment effect on spermatozoa, the aim of the present study was to verify the effect of three different homeopathic treatments on viability of boar sperm cells. Three homeopathic treatments composed by Pulsatila CH6, Pulsatila and Avena CH6, Avena CH6 and one control treatment (sucrose) were added to diluted boar semen, which were cooled for 24 or 48 h. Interestingly, no positive effect of homeopathic treatments was observed over semen viability. However, it was demonstrated that the 24 h of cooling storage provided more viable sperm cells when compared to the 48-h period. This effect of storage period on sperm viability was assessed by intact plasmatic membrane, intact acrosome and mitochondrial membrane potential evaluation.

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