seminal fluid


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seminal fluid

[′sem·ə·nəl ‚flü·əd]
(physiology)
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At present, we still don't know what component of seminal fluid is involved," he said in the report.
We need the one speck of seminal fluid that might be among everything else.
Resurgence of Ebola virus disease in Guinea linked to a survivor with virus persistence in seminal fluid for more than 500 days.
Acps are major components of the seminal fluid proteins that are transferred from male to female together with sperm during copulation.
The finding in ram semen reported here is extremely important because SOD is considered to be the most important antioxidant in seminal fluid [57] and represents the main part of the enzymatic ROS scavengers in seminal plasma [1, 51, 52].
The lingering effects appeared to stem from chemicals in the first male's seminal fluid, even though he was not the father.
The Forensic Authority report supported the girl's narrative, as it showed traces of seminal fluid on the girl's clothes.
Ebola virus persists in seminal fluid following recovery, but the duration of viral shedding and the likelihood of sexual transmission are not known.
It is present in secretions such as tears, saliva, mammalian breast milk, in mucosal secretions such as pancreatic juice, small intestine secretions such as bile, and also in seminal fluid and uterine fluid.
PSA was purified from human seminal fluid by PSA affinity chromatography method.
Assisted reproductive procedures use washed semen specimens in which sperm are separated from the seminal fluid and blood cells.
He has previously worked with Prof David Parker - both of the university's chemistry department - on lanthanide technology, which uses light energy to measure the level of citrate in seminal fluid samples of patients.