Monthly Archives: May 2012

Importance of Sperm Motility and Count

Blog written by CLI Laboratory Director Michelle Ottey, PhD. Here is some information about motility and count to clarify the importance of these factors with regard to frozen sperm. If you think about the vial of sperm there are two … Continue reading

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Reproductive Toxicology Update

In the last CLI blog our┬áCompliance Officer discussed the latest research on reproductive toxicology. An article published today from the Huffington Post also highlighted some research on the same topic. “Sperm Count Could Be Reduced By Exposure To Chemicals” In … Continue reading

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Reproductive Toxicology

Blog written by CLI Compliance Officer Amy Erickson Hagen Likely there are things you remember from various stages in your education like being the line leader, square dancing in gym, or senior skip day. However, the lab next to my … Continue reading

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