With the Ovary Antibody Haemagglutination Test the titer of ovary antibodies is detected in human serum.
Antibodies directed against ovary antigens in serum can cause infertility in women. The application of the Ovary Antibody Haemagglutination Test is recommended for monitoring disorders of fertility and premature ovarian failure.
The Ovary Antibody Haemagglutination Test can be applied in the clinical practice for the confirmation or the exclusion of antibodies against ovarial tissues as the cause of fertility problems.
The test is based on the haemagglutination test principle using sensitised red blood cells (sSRBC) of sheep as target antigen. Antibodies in the samples agglutinate with sSRBC within 90 minutes.