Endometrial Receptivity Analysis

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Endometrial Receptivity Analysis

The Endometrial Receptivity Analysis(ERA) is a test designed to evaluate the timing of endometrial receptivity.

This molecular diagnostic tool uses NGS to analyze the expression level of 236 genes related to the status of endometrial receptivity.

What is the purpose of the ERA test?

The ERA test is used to evaluate the stage of an endometrium to determine if a receptive or non-receptive genetic profile is present at the time of biopsy. If the case where the endometrial is non-receptive the test enables us to find a personalized window of implantation for each patient.

Who should use the ERA test and why?

The ERA test has been proven to help patients who have experienced implantation failure while using good quality embryos.

Advantages of the ERA test?

The ERA test has been shown to be highly sensitive and specific in the detection of genetic expression profiles associated with receptivity. This is more sensitive than the classical method of endometrial dating, based on histological criteria, which is highly subjective and has been proven to be unable to discriminate between fertile and infertile patients.

It allows the personalized window of implantation to be detected before the patient starts using assisted reproductive techniques.