PMID: 6716050May 1, 1984Paper

Effect of ingested sperm on fecundity in the rat

The Journal of Experimental Medicine
R A Allardyce

Abstract

The intragastric administration of homologous strain epididymal sperm to adult virgin NZBW (Rt 1) female rats was shown to induce short-to long-term infertility. Infertility was associated with an early rise of genital secretory fluid IgA antisperm antibody preceding mating.

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