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Muhammad Anzar, Cindy L Ludwig, Jeffrey A Graham, Jeanette A Glaenzer: Monsanto Technology, Senniger Powers, Joseph A Schaper, February 26, 2008: US07335507 (3 worldwide citation)

Sperm cells are stained according to processes that involve the combining of sperm cells with a fluorescent DNA selective dye at an elevated temperature in excess of about 40° C. The methods allow for a decreased staining time. The cells may thereafter be efficiently sorted according to common separ ...


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Cindy L Ludwig, Jeffrey A Graham, Kathleen S Crowley, Muhammad Anzar: Use of a composition which regulates oxidation/reduction reactions intracellularly and/or extracellulary in a staining or sorting process. Inguran, Cindee Ewell, Ryan S Christensen, August 16, 2011: US07998700 (1 worldwide citation)

Staining mixtures comprising viable spermatozoa, a composition which regulates oxidation/reduction reactions intracellularly or extracellularly, and a DNA selective dye are disclosed. The cells contained in such suspensions tend to have a greater capacity for enduring the various process steps typic ...


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Jeffrey A Graham, Cindy Ludwig, Muhammad Anzar, Kathleen S Crowley, Bradley Didion, Gary Durack: Inguran, Cindee R Ewell, Ryan Christensen, January 7, 2014: US08623658

A method of cryopreserving sperm cells which may include cooling the quantity of sperm cells to a holding temperature, maintaining the sperm cells substantially at the holding temperature for a period, and supercooling the sperm cells by cooling the sperm cells at a first cooling rate to a temperatu ...


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Gary Durack, Muhammad Anzar, Cindy Ludwig, Jeffrey A Graham, Kathleen S Crowley, Bradley Didion: Inguran, Cindee R Ewell, Ryan Christensen, December 31, 2013: US08617904

A method of processing animal sperm cells that includes: collecting sperm cells from a male animal; sorting the sperm cells to obtain a quantity of sperm cells having a desired characteristic, the quantity of sorted sperm cells being contained in a first volume of fluid having a first concentration ...


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Muhammad Anzar, Cindy L Ludwig, Jeffrey A Graham, Jeanette A Glaenzer: Monsanto Technology, Senniger Powers Leavitt And Roedel, January 6, 2005: US20050003472-A1

Sperm cells are stained according to processes that involve the combining of sperm cells with a fluorescent DNA selective dye at an elevated temperature in excess of about 40° C. The methods allow for a decreased staining time. The cells may thereafter be efficiently sorted according to common separ ...


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Cindy L Ludwig, Jeffrey A Graham, Kathleen S Crowley, Muhammad Anzar: Use of a composition which regulates oxidation/reduction reactions intracellularly and/or extracellularly in a staining or sorting process. Monsanto Technology, Senniger Powers, December 22, 2005: US20050282245-A1

Staining mixtures comprising viable spermatozoa, a composition which regulates oxidation/reduction reactions intracellularly or extracellularly, and a DNA selective dye are disclosed. The cells contained in such suspensions tend to have a greater capacity for enduring the various process steps typic ...


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