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This could be demonstrated after liquefaction of this high viscosity component. We found a much higher spermagglutination titre in this material than in the supernatant fluid (TABLE VII). The almost 100% correlation between the "shaking phenomenon" in the SCMC-test and the presence of spermagglutinins of the IgA class in semen or cervical mucus, makes the SCMC-test a valuable technique for detecting these antibodies. 4). Many spermatozoa are already disqualified in the vagina by the spermagglutination in the ejaculate, and the group which reaches the cervical mucus surface, is stopped by the "shaking phenomenon".
Immunological Influence on Human Fertility. Proceedings of the Workshop on Fertility in Human Reproduction by Barry Boettcher