Aron Lukaszuk

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Anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) measurements are widely used to optimize the stimulation protocols. First generation AMH kits correlated well with ovarian reserve and response to stimulation. In the present study we aimed to asses if the new generation kits share the same accurate correlations. Retrospective data were collected from 8323 blood samples. For(More)
OBJECTIVES Ovarian reserve is the main factor influencing the efficacy of infertility treatment. Currently the anti- Müllerian hormone is the main indicator of the ovarian reserve and has a wide spectrum of clinical importance. It achieved a high clinical value right after the introduction of the first commercial AMH assays in 2005. Lack further research(More)
OBJECTIVE To compare new automated antimüllerian hormone (AMH) assay performance characteristics from the new automated Elecsys AMH (Roche; Elecsys) and Access AMH (Beckman Coulter; Access) assays with the existing AMH Gen II ELISA (enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay; Gen II; Beckman Coulter) and AMH ELISA (Ansh Labs) assays. DESIGN Prospective assay(More)
In this study, we compare two commercial automated immunoassays used to evaluate serum anti-Müllerian hormone (AMH) levels as a prognostic value for ovarian response and pregnancy outcome in assisted reproductive technology cycles. Serum AMH was measured for 193 women. We performed a simultaneous measurement in serum AMH with the two alternative kits VIDAS®(More)
Most of the current preimplantation genetic screening of aneuploidies tests are based on the low quality and low density comparative genomic hybridization arrays. The results are based on fewer than 2,700 probes. Our main outcome was the association of aneuploidy rates and the women's age. Between August-December 2013, 198 blastocysts from women (mean age(More)
PURPOSE The aim of the study was to determine whether the assays exhibit an interaction with age and exhibit heterogeneous age related declines in AMH. Apart of chronological age, AMH variation was investigated with relation to menstrual cycle day (MCD). The goal implicates two questions: Are distributions of AMH concentrations homogenous after adjustment(More)
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