Endometrial Immunological Testing (ImMap)
For successful pregnancy, it is important for the maternal and embryonic cells to co-exist in a fine regulation of immunological balance.
Pregnancy is an extremely complex process, whereby the woman’s immune system does not just adjust its functions to welcome the developing embryo, but also actively participates in the implantation and progress of the pregnancy. (text omitted) Recent studies have shown that changes to this balance may lead to the development of complications during pregnancy.
ImMap® analyzes the levels and activity of various endometrial immune cell subpopulations described as active participants in the gestation process (NK cells, Th1, Th2, Th17 and Treg lymphocytes and B lymphocytes). ImMap® allows identification of implantation failure or recurrent miscarriage causes in cases where embryonic factors had been previously ruled out.
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