Scientists and researchers from “Bio Cell Laboratories” develop a new method for examining the genetic mutations that cause male infertility

Thursday  12-05-2022


A team of scientists and researchers in “Bio Cell Laboratories” has developed a new method for examining genetic mutations that cause male infertility on the male chromosome known as (Y Chromosome Microdeletions).

 These mutations, for which the examination was designed, are widely spread in the Arab world and must be targeted in depth, but in most cases they are not detected using tests and laboratory materials that are imported from foreign countries, because these imported tests depend on the mutations spread in European and American countries.  They usually look for a much smaller number of mutations, no more than six genes.

 As for our new method in “Bio Cell Laboratories”, it depends on the discovery of 18 (eighteen) genes distributed on the AZF gene, which consists of four sections (A, B, C, and D).

 The sum of these eighteen mutations constitutes more than 90% of the mutations that obtain the male chromosome and cause male infertility in our Arab region.  We detect these mutations by taking a sample of the patient’s blood and using the most accurate Real-Time Polymerase Chain Reaction method in the world to detect known genetic mutations;  The results are presented to the doctor and the patient within only two days of taking the blood sample from the patient, supported by an accurate scientific explanation of each result.

 We hope that this development will benefit infertility patients who suffer from lack of sperm or severe abnormalities, and doctors who specialize in the treatment of male infertility and who are looking for the causes of infertility, especially in cases of infertility with unknown causes (Idiopathic Male Infertility).

 For more information, please contact “Bio Cell Laboratories” to know the details of this method and what is related to it.

 Jabal Amman, Ibn Khaldoun Street, Al-Hayat Medical Complex, Building No. 40, opposite Al-Khalidi Hospital

 Tel: 00 962 6 4620111

 Mobile: 00 962 798 55 66 11