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Nationally renowned scientists have spent decades pursuing better collection methods for better conception chances. Their catalog of research provides the scientific backing for ProteX today, and additional innovations in the future. These studies and results have been published and presented in some of the most influential fertility journals in the country.
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Pregnancy Trials Using the Device for Improved Semen Collection
This study presents pregnancy data in two controlled trials consisting of domestic animal species: commercial bovine and equine. Fertility and Sterility Vol. 106, Issue 3 Supplement.
Early Fertility Trials of Semen Collection Device Previously Demonstrated to Improve Semen Parameters and Pregnancy Rates in Animal Models
This study evaluates parameters, conceptions, and live births in a small human trial powered to show equivalency / non-inferiority to the standard specimen cup. Fertility and Sterility Vol. 98, Issue 3, Supplement S249.
Physiological and Biochemical Assessment of a New Semen Collection Device
This study assesses the effectiveness of a clinical-grade version of ProteX on sperm cell function and biochemistry prior to clinical trials. Fertility and Sterility Vol. 96, Issue 3, Supplement S163-S164.
Improvement of the Semen Collection Environment Using a New Semen Collection Device
This study verifies the improved temperature control of ProteX and its thermal effects on different volumes of fluid. Fertility and Sterility Vol. 86, Issue 3, Supplement S508–S509.
Continued Evaluation of a New Semen Collection Technique / Container in Subfertile and Infertile Individuals Using a Cross-species Model
This study investigates the effectiveness of ProteX in improving semen parameters across species subjects with subfertile diagnoses. Fertility and Sterility Vol. 82, Supplement S178.
New Semen Collection Technique / Container Improves Semen Quality
This study confirms if a new semen collection technique / container yields similar improvements in semen parameters with human subjects. Fertility and Sterility Vol. 80, Supplement, p.30.
Improving Semen Quality Using a Modified Collection Technique
This study evaluates if a new semen collection technique / container yields similar improvements in semen parameters with human subjects. Fertility and Sterility Vol. 78, Supplement, S226-S227.
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A Novel Collection Technique for Improved Semen Quality
This inaugural study determines if modifying the method of collection improves semen parameters by lessening cold and pH shock. The Journal of the Society for Gynecologic Investigation 8, Supplement 229A. Journal of Dairy, Veterinary & Animal Research 1.