Detection of antibodies and immune response against Covid-19 virus infection.
IgG positive: a sample showing an antibody indicative of immunity after a previous coronavirus infection (at least 28 days).
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The Elisa IGG+IGM test detects antibodies produced against the S1 protein (spike protein) and N (nucleocapsid) protein of the coronavirus, which are produced naturally, by covid infection or artificially, as a result of vaccination (Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Sputnik, Sinopharm) . In the case of a positive result, it proves that antibodies produced in the body against the coronavirus (against two different proteins) can be detected. We recommend it primarily to those who want to receive information about whether they are protected against the Covid-19 disease after being infected with the coronavirus or in response to vaccination.
We recommend this ELISA test method to those who want to make sure with a reliable test whether they have already been infected with the coronavirus and whether their body has antibodies against the SARS-CoV-2 virus (IgA+IgM or IgG). IgG positivity means protection developed after an already completed coronavirus infection (at least 28 days).