Antibodies are part of the body's immune system.
HCV antibodies, a crucial component of the body's immune response to the hepatitis C virus, play a critical role in determining previous exposure to the virus and closely monitoring the infection.
HTLV-1/2-ak, or HTLV-1/2 antibodies, are specific antibodies with a crucial role in medical diagnostics. They are used to identify and assess infections and immunity to HTLV-1 and HTLV-2 viruses. This biomarker is also relevant in reproductive medicine, particularly in the context of in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments.
Hepatitis B core antibodies (HBc-Ab) constitute a crucial component in the diagnosis of hepatitis B infection as well as in the assessment of immunity to the virus.
Hepatitis C core antibodies (HBc-Ab) play a crucial role in assessing immunity and prior exposure to the Hepatitis C virus.
IgE antibodies are a type of antibody that is formed during allergic reactions and play an important role in the immune system against allergens. When a person is exposed to an allergen, IgE antibodies are formed that attach to mast cells and basophils, leading to the release of histamine that causes symptoms such as itching, nasal congestion and skin rashes.
IgG antibodies in relation to HIV are the body's specific defense against HIV infections. These antibodies are used to diagnose HIV, conduct screening, and monitor treatment effectiveness.
IgG antibodies to Hepatitis B constitute a central part of the body's immune response to Hepatitis B. By understanding the role and levels of IgG antibodies, one can not only determine immunity to Hepatitis B but also assess previous infections and vaccination status.
IgG antibodies are a type of immunoglobulin (antibody) produced by the immune system in response to a previous infection or exposure to a specific antigen, in this case, the syphilis bacterium Treponema pallidum.
IgM antibodies are a type of antibodies that the body produces as part of its immune defense when exposed to a new infection. In the case of an HIV infection, IgM antibodies are the first antibodies that the body produces in response to the virus after a person has been infected.
IgM antibodies to Hepatitis B are an important part of the immune system's response to an ongoing or recently occurred Hepatitis B infection.
IgM antibodies in Syphilis are a specific type of antibodies that the body produces in response to an early Syphilis infection.
Biomarker that demonstrates the concentration of IgG antibodies against the wuhan mutation, which are the antibodies that a vaccine normally aims to create because the body has the ability to retain them for a long time.
Biomarker that demonstrates the concentration of IgG antibodies against the Omicron mutation, which are the antibodies that a vaccine normally aims to create because the body has the ability to retain them for a long time.
Marker that indicates the quality and gives an indication of how long your antibodies block the covid-19 mutation Wuhan.
Marker that demonstrates the quality and gives an indication of how long antibodies block the virus, i.e. prevents it from spreading.
TPO antibodies are autoantibodies that are formed against the enzyme TPO in the thyroid gland. TPO is responsible for converting iodine into hormones T4 and T3.
TRAK, thyroid-stimulating hormone receptor antibodies, can be analyzed to give better insight into what is causing thyroid problems. High TRAK levels can cause an autoimmune reaction and lead to the body's immune system attacking and damaging the thyroid cells.
Biomarker for indication that the body has an initial ability to take care of the Sars-CoV-2 variant Wuhan.
Biomarker for indication that the body has an initial ability to take care of the Sars-CoV-2 variant Omicron.
Specific Biomarker for indication of how the body can prevent the near-term spread of Sars-CoV-2 variant Wuhan.