Anti-sperm antibody

Importance in the clinical routine for the diagnosis of immunologically caused fertility disorders

Antisperm antibodies (anti-spermatozoa antibodies, sperm antibodies) in the form of autoantibodies in male and alloantibodies in female patients directed against sperm antigens may prevent fertilization of the oocyte into the female genital tract and are therefore one of the major reasons for an immunologically induced infertility. Fertility disorders of unknown etiology of male as well as female patients result to a considerable amount (up to 20%) from antisperm antibodies.

Detection of anti-sperm antibodies (anti-spermatozoa antibodies, sperm antibodies) should therefore be considered as an essential element of all infertility examinations.

 

Sperm antibody ELISA for use with
serum

Description:

Quantitative ELISA for the detection of anti-sperm antibodies (anti-spermatozoa antibodies, sperm antibodies). This anti-sperm ELISA has been optimized for the detection of anti-sperm antibodies in human serum.

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Sperm antibody ELISA for use with seminal plasma

Description:

Quantitative ELISA for the detection of anti-sperm antibodies (anti-spermatozoa antibodies, sperm antibodies). This anti-sperm ELISA has been optimized for the detection of anti-sperm antibodies in human seminal plasma.

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Sperm antibody ELISA - Ig-classifying
(Ig-typing)

Description:

Quantitative ELISA for the class-specific (anti-sperm IgA, anti-sperm Ig-G) detection of anti-sperm antibodies (anti-spermatozoa antibodies, sperm antibodies).

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Sperm antibody latex agglutination
test

Description:

By means of the sperm-antibody latex agglutination test even smallest amounts of sample material (ejaculate, serum) can be examined for the presence of sperm antibodies (anti-spermatozoa antibodies, sperm antibodies).

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Sperm antibody haemagglutination test

Description:

With this test sperm antibodies (anti-spermatozoa antibodies, sperm antibodies) possibly causative for fertility disorders in the serum of men and women are diagnosed and the titer is determined.

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