Decades of scientific Discovery.

Proven progress in sample collection.

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Studies Supporting the ProteX Method and improved motility

higher motility index, cell viability, and intact acrosome membranes with protex

ProteX 15% More Intact Acrosomes Study Chart. One of our many scientific studies.

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more intact acrosomes in ProteX, compared to the standard specimen cup,

higher motility index, cell viability, and intact acrosome membranes with protex

Physiological and Biochemical Assessment of a New Semen Collection Device by Dr. Lisa Welch and Dr. Samuel Prien. Published in Fertility and Sterility 2011.

motility increases with subfertile and infertile cross-species subjects

ProteX 40% Improved Motility at 24 Hours Subfertile Humans Study Chart

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minimum (human), 475% maximum (equine) improvement in motility for subfertile subjects.

motility increases with subfertile and infertile cross-species subjects

Continued Evaluation of a New Semen Collection Technique / Container in Subfertile and Infertile Individuals Using a Cross-species Model  by Dr. Samuel Prien, Dr. Dustie Johnson, Clay Dehn. Published in Fertility and Sterility

sperm motility improvement at 24 hours with proteX method

ProteX 200% Improved Motility at 24 Hours in Humans Study Chart

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increase in motility at 24 hours with the ProteX method, compared to the specimen cup.

sperm motility improvement at 24 hours with proteX method

New Semen Collection Technique / Container Improves Semen Quality by Dr. Samuel Prien and Dr. Dustie Johnson. Published in Fertility and Sterility.

Confirming physiologically favorable environment improves human sperm motility

ProteX 25% Improved Motility in Humans Study Chart

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increase in human sperm motility, compared to the control 3 hours after collection.

Confirming physiologically favorable environment improves human sperm motility

Improving Semen Quality Using a Modified Collection Technique by Dr. Samuel Prien and Dr. Dustie Johnson. Published in Fertility and Sterility.

Media environment vastly improves sperm motility and viability

ProteX 300% Improved Motility in Canines Study Chart

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increase in motility for the canine treatment group, compared to the control just 6 hours after collection.

Media environment vastly improves sperm motility and viability

A Novel Collection Technique for Improved Semen Quality by Dr. Samuel Prien and Dr. Dustie Johnson. Published in The Journal of the Society for Gynecologic Investigation 2001; Journal of Dairy, Veterinary and Animal Research.

Studies supporting thermal properties of ProteX

better thermal control in protex eliminates severe temp drops and shock

ProteX 600% Improved Thermal Control Study Chart

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improvement in thermal control over the specimen cup for the first 10°C temperature drop.

better thermal control in protex eliminates severe temp drops and shock

Improvement of the Semen Collection Environment Using a New Semen Collection Device by Dr. Samuel Prien and Dr. Dustie Johnson. Published in Fertility and Sterility.

Studies supporting conception with ProteX

significantly improving conception rates in animals across multiple species

ProteX 40% Increase Conception Rate Study Chart

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increase in cattle conception rates with ProteX over the traditional method.

significantly improving conception rates in animals across multiple species

Pregnancy Trials Using the Device for Improved Semen Collection by Dr. Samuel Prien, Clay Dehn, Dr. Kory Evenson, Dr. Lindsay Penrose, and Dr. Lisa Welch. Published in Fertility and Sterility.

protex proven non-inferior to specimen cup with human conceptions

ProteX 100% Conceptions Led to Live Birth Study Chart

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conceptions led to live birth with ProteX; conception equivalency shown at this sample size.

protex proven non-inferior to specimen cup with human conceptions

Early Fertility Trials of Semen Collection Device Previously Demonstrated to Improve Semen Parameters and Pregnancy Rates in Animal Models by Dr. Robert Kaufmann, Dr. Lisa Welch, Dr. Samuel Prien, and Dr. Jennifer Phy. Published in Fertility and Sterility.

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compare protex to the standard specimen cup with our sterile sample kit.