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AbstractInfertility affects approximately 10% of couples at reproductive age. Semen constituents may be potential immunogenic structures for women. The aim of our work is to detect and identify sperm proteins interacting with serum IgG antibodies from women with fertility disorders. The biochemical characterization of sperm antigens was performed using one and two dimensional gel electrophoresis, both of which were followed by immunoblotting. The IgG-binding proteins of interest were identifieddoi:10.2478/s11535-013-0214-9 fatcat:c5khzqmax5bqrhqnqahq2ckqse