SCA® DNA Fragmentation

SCA® DNA Fragmentation 2017-01-17T09:48:33+00:00

SCA DNA Fragmentation

SCA® DNA Fragmentation is a module for the counting of DNA fragmented and non fragmented spermatozoa, in human samples treated with kits based on the Sperm Chromatin Dispersion (SCD) as Halosperm®.

This analysis module is also
available for Veterinary and Toxicology.

DNA fragmentation represents a distinguish mark of apoptosis, and is usually associated with structural changes in cellular morphology.

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SCA® DNA Fragmentation last news

Analysis and detection improved

Analysis improved

DNA Fragmentation analysis and sperm detection improved.

Ready for Goldcyto DNA

Goldcyto DNA

Ready for the new Goldcyto DNA kit to assess the DNA Fragmentation.

Interactive threshold modification

Interactive threshold

Interactive threshold modification for sperm classification.

Individual parameters

Individual parameters

Export to Excel or save into the database the individual sperm parameters.

SCA® DNA Fragmentation main features

Automatic analysis

Spermatozoa are recognized and classified automatically into fragmented or non fragmented spermatozoa, following the established analysis criteria.

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Species available: Human icon_correct icon_correct icon_correct
Species available: All (human, and all animals, including rat and mouse) icon_correct
Species available: All animals with oval sperm head (boar, bull, stallion, etc) icon_correct
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Total sperm counted icon_correct icon_correct icon_correct
Percentage of the counted sperm that are Fragmented and non Fragmented icon_correct icon_correct icon_correct
Total analysed and Percentage of cells with halo: small, big, medium, degraded and without halo icon_correct icon_correct icon_correct
Captured images and distribution charts icon_correct icon_correct
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DNA fragmentation can be analysed under brightfield microscopy, transmitting light to view a specimen that is stained.
Or Fluorescence  (The specimen is illuminated with light of a specific wavelength  which is absorbed by the fluorochromes, causing them to emit light of longer wavelengths (i.e., of a different color than the absorbed light)
Disposables: Halosperm® kit for human or any preparation based in the Sperm Chromatin Dispersion (SCD).
SCA permits to capture and analyse up to 500 spermatozoa per sample
Counting of fragmented and non fragmented spermatozoa by halo area or halo-core ratio automatic assessment.
Basic results: Number and percentage of fragmented and non fragmented spermatozoa
Advanced parameters: Number and percentage of spermatozoa having  big, medium, small hallo, degraded and  without

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