Rapid Chlamydia Antigen Detection Test

Chlamydia Antigen Overview

 A doctor may order the test if you have symptoms such as vaginal discharge and abdominal pain (for women) or unusual discharge from the penis or pain on urination (for men). However, ...
Autoimmune Hepatitis

ASMA – anti-smooth muscle autoantibodies Overview

This test and the ANA test are ordered when a doctor suspects that the patient has autoimmune hepatitis. They are usually ordered when a patient presents with symptoms such as fatigue ...
AntiStreptolysin O (ASO)

Anti-Streptolysin O Titer (ASOT) Overview

The ASO test is ordered when a patient has symptoms that the doctor suspects may be due to an illness caused by a previous streptococcal infection. It is ordered when the symptoms ...
ANA | Anti-Nuclear-Antibody

Anti-Nuclear Antibodies (ANA)

Because autoimmune diseases can be difficult to diagnose, this test offers a reliable first step for identifying SLE and some other autoimmune disorders with a wide variety of symptoms. ...
mumps

Mumps Antibody Test

Mumps is a viral infection which is spread by respiratory droplets and by contact with items contaminated by saliva of the infected person. Symptoms of mumps include facial pain ...

Direct Immunofluorescence Test

Direct immunofluorescence test is used to detect unknown antigen in a cell or tissue by employing a known labeled antibody that interacts directly with unknown antigen. If antigen ...

The Complement Fixation Test

The complement fixation test is one of the most established serology methods. This relies on the formation of specific antibody-antigen complex that activate the complement system. ...

Indirect Haemagglutination Test

Antibodies directed against antigens on the surface of red cells cause cross linking so that the cells form a mat instead of a tight button as they fall to the bottom of a microtitre ...

Precipitation Curve with Prozone, Postzone and zone of equivalence

Precipitation Curve (Prozone and Postzone) On either side of the equivalence zone, precipitation is actually prevented because of an excess of either antigen or antibody. In the case ...

Dendritic Cells

Dendritic cells are antigen-presenting cells, so their main function is to process antigen material and present it on the cell surface to the T cells of the immune system. Dendritic ...
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