The HAV IgM antibody test detects the first antibody produced by the body when it is exposed to hepatitis A. This test is used to detect early or recent infections and to diagnose the disease in people with symptoms of acute hepatitis.
3 CC CLOTTED BLOOD OR SERUM
5 TO 6 DAYS
A urine protein test measures the amount of protein present in urine. … However, protein may be excreted in the urine when the kidneys aren’t working properly or when high levels of certain proteins are present in the bloodstream.
Typhidot is a medical test consisting of a dot ELISA kit that detects IgM and IgG antibodies against the outer membrane protein (OMP) of the Salmonella typhi. The typhidot test becomes positive within 2–3 days of infection and separately identifies IgM and IgG antibodies.
The VDRL test is a screening test for syphilis. It measures substances (proteins), called antibodies, which your body may produce if you have come in contact with the bacteria that cause syphilis.
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