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A method of using acoustic waves to select high-quality sperm has been found

A new approach to separating high-quality sperm for assisted reproduction using acoustic waves and hydrodynamics has been used by researchers at Monash University. They combined acoustic waves and fluid dynamics to create a new approach to separating high-quality sperm in assisted reproduction. A fast and automated acoustofluidic process, can isolate sperm with normal head morphology and high DNA integrity from raw semen samples. The device can process approximately 140 sperm per second and collect more than 60,000 high-quality sperm in less than 50 minutes, in contrast to the current clinical process, which takes about three hours and has remained unchanged for the past thirty years. With further research, this approach may improve the outcomes of assisted reproduction and reduce the costs associated with the treatment cycle.

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