A herpes IgM test is a type of blood test that can be used to detect early herpes (HSV) infection. This test does not detect herpes directly. Instead, it looks for a type of antibody that can be produced in response to a herpes infection, IgM.
CLOTTED BLOOD OR SERUM
7 TO 8 DAYS
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.
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.
Treponema pallidum hemagglutination commonly known as TPHA is diagnostic test used to detect the dissolved amount of antibodies in the serum sample of a patient against the causative agents of syphilis.
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