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Biochemical analysis of cervical mucus by nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy

Rohr, G. ; Eggert-Kruse, W. ; Pehlke, A. ; Sahrbacher, U. ; Runnebaum, B. ; Kalbitzer, Hans Robert


Biochemical evaluation of cervical mucus is difficult due to the characteristic rheological properties of this hydrogel. The application of high resolution nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy proved to be a valuable new method for differentiated biochemical analyses of human cervical mucus. A particular advantage is that it is non-destructive, that it can be applied to specimens of small volume and that no sample preparation, such as solubilization, is necessary.

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