High Accuracy Male Fertility Test Kit 40T/Kit For Male Infertility 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|
|Test Sample:||Seminal Plasma||Storage Temperature:||2 - 8℃|
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Kit for Determination of the Citric Acid Level in Seminal plasma Male Infertility Diagnosis
The kit is used for quantitative detection of citric acid level in human seminal plasma specimens, in blood, body fluid, food and other types of specimens.
- With better accuracy of test result than the method recommended by WHO. The recovery rate of 0.2mmol/L citric acid and of 1.6 mmol/L citric acid is 102.3, 100%respectively.
- With good-sensitivityeand stability of theletest results. Convenient to handle.
- 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:
The citric acid in the seminal plasma is secreted by prostate, and modulates the calcium concentration in the seminal plasma through binding calcium ion, and affectsthe semen liquefaction process after ejaculation. Lack of citric acid in the semen may cause the delay of seminal liquefaction.
The level of citric acid in seminal plasma is correlated with the levelsof testosterone. The level of citric acid in seminal plasma is a key indicator for determinationof the secretion of androgens and evaluatesthe prostate functions. The decrease of citric acid in seminal plasma is indicative of the damage of prostate secretion function.
The citric acid also plays an important role in the sperm motility and activity of hyaluronidase.
World Health Organization.WHO Laboratory Manual for the Examination of Human Semen and Sperm-Cervical Mucus Interaction (4th edition),2001.