Total specific immune response - Omicron
Biomarker for indication of how the body can prevent spread in the near term (about 1 week ahead), but does not say much about what it looks like in the future. One or more substances, eg antibodies (IgA, IgM or IgG) bind strongly to the virus and make it difficult for the Omicron mutation to spread further in the body.
A high value indicates that the virus is largely blocked and has difficulty spreading in the body. In combination with a high value of one or more other parameters, this means that you have good protection.
An intermediate value indicates that the virus is blocked to some extent and has more difficulty spreading in the body. If the other parameters give a high value, you have good protection, but if the other parameters are low or in between, you should consider that your immune protection is not optimal.
A low value indicates that the virus is not blocked and is relatively easy to spread in the body. A low value indicates that the virus will likely have time to bind to cells in the body. Then you need a high value for all other parameters to have good protection.