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SpermVital has been granted funding for a new research project in Norway

SpermVital semen partly dissolved in the alginate under in vivo like conditions after 18 hours.
The projects is through the Regional research funds in Norway (Inland) and entitled "Immobilization of sperm cells prior to cryopreservation for gradual release over time in vivo, increased sperm longevity and improved fertility."


The fundamental idea of this project is to develop a new and improved SpermVital product, which provides further increased sperm longevity and improved fertility.

 

Through this project, there will be research on immobilization and freezing technology, development of new sperm evaluation tools and optimization of in vitro model systems that mimic the physiological conditions in vivo for studies of dissolution rate and sperm quality over time. Improved fertility will finally be documented by field trials.

SpermVital semen partly dissolved in the alginate under in vivo like conditions after 18 hours.
The projects is through the Regional research funds in Norway (Inland) and entitled "Immobilization of sperm cells prior to cryopreservation for gradual release over time in vivo, increased sperm longevity and improved fertility."


The fundamental idea of this project is to develop a new and improved SpermVital product, which provides further increased sperm longevity and improved fertility.

 

Through this project, there will be research on immobilization and freezing technology, development of new sperm evaluation tools and optimization of in vitro model systems that mimic the physiological conditions in vivo for studies of dissolution rate and sperm quality over time. Improved fertility will finally be documented by field trials.