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Artificial Insemination

Ward Lab Ward_Lab at tikal.biosci.arizona.edu
Tue Oct 25 17:50:54 EST 1994

In Article <199410181946.AA21579 at ponyexpress.princeton.edu>,
yuan at PHOENIX.PRINCETON.EDU ("Jeffrey Yuan") wrote:
>I have been told that it is possible to do artificial insemination of 
>hermaphrodites with sperm from males that do not mate.  However, what I have 
>heard is 3rd hand experience.  Has anyone done this procedure?  If so, I would 
>be interested in finding out how.  Thanks in advance!
>Jeffrey Yuan
>*  Jeffrey Yuan                                                          *
>*  Department of Molecular Biology                                       *
>*  Lewis Thomas Laboratory                                               *
>*  Princeton University                FAX: 609-258-3980                 *
>*  Washington Road                   Phone: 609-258-5939                 *
>*  Princeton, NJ  08544              email: yuan at phoenix.princeton.edu   *
>Yes, it is possible.  Craig LaMunyon, a post-doc in the Ward Lab has developed
this technique.  Look for it (probably) in the November issue of Genetics: 
"Assessing the Viability of Mutant and Manipulated Sperm by Artificial
Insemination of Caenorhabditis elegans"  by Craig W. LaMunyon and Samuel
Ward.  If you need any further (or quicker) information, you can reach Craig
at the phone number or email address below. 
    Paul J. Muhlrad                                                            
    Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology                               
    University of Arizona                                                      
    415 Life Sciences South                                                   
    Tucson, AZ  85721                                                          
    tel (602)621-9135
    fax (602)621-3709
    email  Ward_Lab at tikal.biosci.arizona.edu


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