Our research is based on the “ ALIFERT “ clinical study, carried out under the direction of the Assistance Publique - Hôpitaux de Paris.
This study analyzed the impact of our lifestyles and diet on fertility, targeting in particular cases of infertility that were the most difficult to explain: those without an identifiable cause, referred to by the medical profession as idiopathic infertility.
See the « ALIFERT » clinical study
Our original research allows a more precise analysis of the impact of the nutritional, metabolic and oxidative status of individuals on their fertility.
Advanced mathematical modelling is used to identify the key parameters from a metabolic and clinical signature of about 100 variables and to develop an algorithm capable of scoring the results in relation to the couples of the baseline clinical study.
Up until now, most studies intend to evaluate the fertility status of each partner independently.
The “ALIFERT” study goes an extra step and considers the couple as a whole. This increases the accuracy of the model!
The International Application is filed with the French National Institute of Industrial Property (INPI) by Assistance Publique - Hôpitaux de Paris and Sorbonne Université.
It was published in January 2022.
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There are numerous publications in the field of fertility.
Here is a selection of thoses on which our co-founders have worked :
Proof of concept and development of a couple-based machine learning model to stratify infertile patients with idiopathic infertilityDecember 2021
Metabolic syndrome and smoking are independent risk factors of male idiopathic infertilityJuly 2019
Sedentary behavior, physical inactivity and body composition in relation to idiopathic infertility among men and womenApril 2019
Are superoxide dismutase 2 and nitric oxide synthase polymorphisms associated with idiopathic infertility?February 2014
In subfertile couple, abdominal fat loss in men is associated with improvement of sperm quality and pregnancy: a case-seriesFebruary 2014
Effectiveness of a therapeutic multiple-lifestyle intervention taking into account the periconceptional environment in the management of infertile couples: study design of a randomized controlled trial - the PEPCI studyMay 2020