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|Title:||Quantitative immunological status of males of unexplained infertility in eastern U.P.|
|Authors:||Mishra, R K|
Sharma, S P
Tyagi, C K
Mishra, S D
|Citation:||Mishra RK, Sharma SP, Jina R, Tyagi CK, Mishra SD. Quantitative immunological status of males of unexplained infertility in eastern U.P. Indian Journal of Pathology & Microbiology. 1992 Jan; 35(1): 18-21|
|Abstract:||126 males of unexplained infertility and 75 fertile males were studied during a period of more than 2 years. Statistically significant increase in the levels of serum IgM was observed in cases of males of unexplained infertility. Level and percentage of cases showing semen IgM was more in study group (134.61 +/- 25.5 mg %, 41.26%) than control (24%, 99.3 +/- 8.3%). Semen IgA was found only in study group in 30.15% cases. Though definite correlation between serum and semen immunoglobulin was not observed, semen immunoglobulin was found to be 1-2 fold lower than serum. Results of the present study indicate towards a possible immunological role in cases of unexplained infertility in males.|
|Appears in Collections:||Indian Journal of Pathology & Microbiology|
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