Men'S Fertility Test Kit , Sperm Motility Test Kit For Obstructive Azoospermia Topical Diagnosis
|Place of Origin:||China|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 kit|
|Delivery Time:||3 - 5 working days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union|
|Supply Ability:||100000 kits per year|
|Specification:||40T/Kit||Usage:||Male Infertility Diagnosis|
|Name:||Male Fertility Home Test Kit|
male fertility home test kit,
sperm motility test kit
Kit for Determination of the Neutral Alpha-Glucosidase Level in
The kit is mainly used for evaluating the secretory function of male epididymis, and for topical diagnosis of obstructiveazoospermia
- An improved method based on WHO technology and it is more rapid and convenient in test with stable resultscomparing to traditional Cooper method.
- Operationedin the microplate. Fast and easy-to-use.
- Available for automatic and semiautomatic tests ,tests,good to makeforstandardization of test.
- It is ready for use and easy to handle.
- 40 tests per kit and meet the need of batch testing.
Applications in clinic:
For the casesIn case of thebilateral ejaculatory-duct obstruction, congenital agenesis of seminal vesicle or dysplasia, extremely lowthetotal contentof neutral alpha-glucosidase in seminal plasma, andis extremely low. When subjecting tothe cases suffering fromthe epididymitis, incomplete ejaculation or frequent ejaculation, decreased neutral alpha-glucosidase level in seminal plasmadecreases.
The neutral alpha-glucosidase, whencombinedwith other detection indicators (such as seminal plasma fructose), may helpperformthe topical diagnosisfor the obstructive site of patients with obstructiveazoospermia.
Theneutral alpha-glucosidase in seminal plasma is one of evaluation indicators of epididymis secretory function, and it is more specific and sensitive comparing comparedwith other evaluation indicators including L-Carnitine and glycerophosphocholine. As the sperm maturation occurs in the epididymis, the decline of epididymis secretory function may make adverse effectsonthe sperm motility and functions.
World Health Organization.WHO Laboratory Manual for the Examination of Human Semen and Sperm-Cervical Mucus Interaction (4th edition),2001.