Comparison of the Halosperm test kit with the sperm chromatin structure assay (SCSA) infertility test in relation to patient diagnosis and prognosis

Donald P Evenson, Regina Wixon
Fertility and Sterility 2005, 84 (4): 846-9
The Halosperm test kit, the latest of the sperm DNA fragmentation tests, is considered by Fernández et al. to be a suitable replacement for the Sperm Chromatin Structure Assay (SCSA) test. Although the test is ingenious and interesting, the data lack the statistical rigor of the SCSA test.

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