First Advisor

David T. Clark

Date of Publication

1980

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Arts (M.A.) in Biology

Department

Biology

Language

English

Subjects

Vasectomy -- Immunological aspects, Generative organs -- Mammals, Rhesus monkey -- Physiology

DOI

10.15760/etd.3055

Physical Description

1 online resource (67 p.)

Abstract

After vasectomy, the passage of sperm antigen through the epithelium of the efferent duct in the rhesus macaque probably results in immune complex deposition. Immune complexes can be visualized in the thickened basement by fluorescence microscopy. Subsequent electron microscopic evaluation, with the appearance of electron-dense deposits in the basement membrane of the efferent ducts, substantiates these findings.

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