Custom Antibody Development – An Important Invention

We all are aware of the word Antibody very well. Antibodies are those things that protect us from various Infections. These are large Protein molecules white cells.

Antibodies produced by the immune system in the response to the presence of antigens in the human body. These antigens can be Bacteria, Bacterial Toxins, Viruses, or other Cells or Protein. Such antigens are capable of disrupting the body’s process.

Human body contains hundreds of thousands of different white blood cells called “B lymphocytes”, each capable of producing one type of antibody and each bearing sites on its membrane that will bind with a specific antigen. When such a process starts, It trigger the B lymphocytes to reproduce itself formatting a clone that manufactures a big amount of its antibody.

There are five different type of antibodies present in human serum and tissues. These antibody classes are IgM, IgA, IgG, IgE, and IgD. There are other four classes of IgG to make things difficult to understand. IgM is the first antibody to be made in facing new antigens. IgG is the most prevalent antibody serum. IgA is mainly found on the surface of molecules and in secretions like tears, saliva etc. IgE is present in low level in serum. IgD is found in the surface of immature in cell, where it plays a role in B cell maturation.

In Short Antibodies are very important part of white cell which protect human body from damage done by various antigens.

There are so many agencies across globe which is involved in custom antibody production. It is a work which requires great research and special environment. Custom antibody development is one of the most important inventions of Bio-science industries.

Overcome Female Infertility – What is Antisperm Antibody Test?

As we mentioned in previous articles, infertility is defined as inability of a couple to conceive after 12 months of unprotected sexual intercourse or can not carry the pregnancy to term. It effects over 5 millions couple alone in the U. S. and many times more in the world. Because of unawareness of treatments, only 10% seeks help from professional specialist. In this article, we will discuss what male infertility antisperm antibody test is.

I. Definition
The antisperm antibody test is one of procedure which helps to see the antigens of the immune system function toward sperm invasion through blood test. If the immune system recognized or not the sperm as the foreign object, it will produces white blood cells to kill them.

II. Procedure
Blood is withdrawn from a vein in the arm of the infertile female in the clinic laboratory and is to analyzed by immunologic infertility specialist.

III. Diagnosis
The test uses a sample of sperm and adds a substance that binds only to the test sperm. Semen sample causes the immune system response in either the man’s or woman’s body. If there is an injure somewheres in the body or inflammation caused by irregular cell adhesion or implants such as endometriosis or sexual transmitted diseases infection which may stimulate the production of white blood. The white blood cells can damage or kill sperm if a high number of sperm antibodies is found leading to immunologic infertility.

Women may have an allergic reaction to her partner’s semen and make sperm antibodies leading to faultily recognizing the sperm as foreign invasion, thereby producing high a mount of antibody to kill them leading to infertility. This kind of immune response is not fully understood and happens only to small percentage of infertility couple. It is said that this kind of abnormal function can be treated by controlling the allergic reaction if the causes are found.

Overcome Male Infertility – What is an Antisperm Antibody Test?

As we mentioned in previous articles, infertility is defined as the inability of a couple to conceive after 12 months of unprotected sexual intercourse. It effects over 5 million couples alone in the U. S. and many times more in the world. Because of an unawareness of treatments, only 10% seek help from professional specialists. In this article, we will discuss what is a male infertility antisperm antibody test.

I. Definition
An antisperm antibody test is defined as a test to look for any abnormal functioning of the immune system’s antibodies that fight against a male’s sperm in blood, vaginal fluids, or semen. With a substance added to the sample sperm, the test will tell whether the sperm is affected by proteins of the immune system or not. If you would like to know the immunity causes of infertility, please refer back to previous articles.

II. Procedure
a) Reason for this test
If you cannot find the cause for infertility from other tests such as the postcoital test.

b) A medical information form is required so you can understand the risk, how to prepare, how it is done, and what are the possible results.

c) For women: blood, vaginal fluid and uterus mucus samples are required.

d) For men, semen sample is collected by masturbation. It is important that you should not ejaculate for 2 days before the test and go longer than 5 days before the test without ejaculating. Semen samples should be collected within 48 hours of ejaculating or after not ejaculating for longer than 5 days may alter the test result.

III. Analysis
The purpose of this analysis is to find the possible causes of infertility due to immunity malfunction. Here are the possible outcomes:
1. If antisperm antibody is found on the head of sperm, causing the inability of the sperm to efficiently make its way through a woman’s cervical mucus, then medication is required

2. If antisperm antibody is found on the tail of sperm, it may cause the sperm to risk becoming immobilized or clumping together, you are required to take some medication.

3. If antisperm antibodies are found in the cervical mucus, then medication is given or other treatments may be required.

4. If no antisperm antibody is found, other test may be required.

Suspecting Candidiasis – Elevated Antibodies Causing EBV

Someone I know has heard of candidiasis in the past and wonder if she is a suspect. Well, she is 99.9% sure of it. Although she is a thin child, she was fed ice cream and sweets every night. She took antibiotics for acne from ages 10-17. At age 17, she started birth control pills. She is now 28, and she thinks she is falling apart! She needs to lose some weight, but more importantly, she just nuts certain weeks out of her cycle. This is getting worse and worse. Plus, she is a major sugar addict. It is her drug of choice. Also, she has had mononucleosis three times in her life which leads her to believe that there is something more going on such as CFS or EBV.

Do you have the same situation as hers? In the matter of EBV, you probably have elevated antibodies, and while viruses cannot be cured, they can be suppressed. The next time you see your doctor, I would ask him to do an antibody test for EBV. Actually, if he did a molecular test, it would show if you had an active infection, but most doctors would tell you such a test is ridiculous. To lower your antibodies, you can take one of many immune enhancing products that will build up your NKCs (natural killer cells) which in turn will battle to reduce the EBV antibodies.

By the way, I take Immune Support Factors by Chisholm labs, but there are tons of others available. You pretty much have to go through a trial and error process, because what works for one person may not work for another.