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Mixed Antiglobulin Reaction

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Mixed Antiglobulin Reaction?

Mixed antiglobulin reaction (MAR) is a test used to detect the presence of anti-sperm antibodies (ASA) on sperm. It is thought that when antibodies bind to the membrane of sperm, they can damage sperm, decrease sperm motility or hinder transportation through the reproductive tracts or otherwise interfere with fertilization.

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Mixed Antiglobulin Reaction

Mixed antiglobulin reaction (MAR) is a test used to detect the presence of anti-sperm antibodies (ASA) on sperm. It is thought that when antibodies bind to the membrane of sperm, they can damage sperm, decrease sperm motility or hinder transportation through the reproductive tracts or otherwise interfere with fertilization.

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