Antibodies Stop Sperm in Their Tracks
Antibodies Stop Sperm in Their Tracks
Engineered antibodies trap and immobilize human sperm in the reproductive tract of female sheep, paving the way for possible use as a nonhormonal contraceptive in people.
Antibodies Stop Sperm in Their Tracks
Antibodies Stop Sperm in Their Tracks

Engineered antibodies trap and immobilize human sperm in the reproductive tract of female sheep, paving the way for possible use as a nonhormonal contraceptive in people.

Engineered antibodies trap and immobilize human sperm in the reproductive tract of female sheep, paving the way for possible use as a nonhormonal contraceptive in people.

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Image of the Day: Sticky Situation
Image of the Day: Sticky Situation
The Scientist Staff | Aug 1, 2017
Inspired by the land slug Arion subfuscus’s sticky, durable slime, researchers created a tough yet bendy biocompatible glue that can adhere to moist surfaces, including a beating pig heart.
Flexible Cells
Flexible Cells
Kate Yandell | Sep 1, 2013
When stretched, lung cells signal to each other by releasing ATP.