HIV Antibody Western Blot (Western Blot, Western Blot For HIV 1 & 2)

SRL
HIV -1 ANTIBODIES INDICATES HIV -2 (WESTERN BLOT)
HIV -1 ANTIBODIES INDICATES HIV -2 (WESTERN BLOT)
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Quest
HIV 1, Western Blot
HIV 1, Western Blot
Days : Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur, Fri, Cut Off : 11AM
Report : Next Day, Saturday/Sunday Off
Metropolis
HIV-1 & 2 antibody by western blot
HIV-1 & 2 antibody by western blot
Days : Daily, Cut Off : 11AM
Report : 3rd Day
Thyrocare
HIV - WESTERN BLOT
HIV - WESTERN BLOT
Days : Daily, Cut Off : 11AM
Report : Next Day
Pathcare
HIV 1 Western Blot
Components not available!
Days : Daily
Report : Next day (11:00)
Oncquest
Western Blot For HIV 1 & 2
Components not available!
Days : Every day by 1:00 p.m.
Report : Next Working Day by 7:00 p.m.
City X-Ray -old
HIV WESTERN BLOT
Components not available!
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Report : 24 hour(s)
City X-Ray -old
HIV WESTERN BLOT
Components not available!
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Report : 24 hour(s)
Oncquest Medlife
Western Blot For HIV 1 & 2
Components not available!
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Oncquest Lifespan
Western Blot For HIV 1 & 2
Components not available!
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1mg_apac
HIV 1 & 2, Ab Western Blot
Components not available!
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1mg_medcis
HIV 1 Western Blot
Components not available!
Days : Daily
Report : 24 hours
1mg_thyrocare
HIV 1 & 2, Ab Western Blot
Components not available!
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1mg_Pathcare
HIV 1 & 2, Ab Western Blot
HIV 1 Western Blot
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1mglal_ncr
HIV 1 & 2, Ab Western Blot
Components not available!
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Basic Detail

Specimen Serum (1ml)
Test Method Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur, Fri
Report Next Day (6:30 PM) for sample received before 1 PM. Saturday & Sunday sample will be reported on Monday
Test method Western Blot
temperature Ambient- Not defined Refrigeratred-3 days-20ºC- Long term

Associated Diseases

AIDS HIV

Why Get Tested

To determine if you are infected with Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)

When Get Tested

One month to three months after you think you may have been exposed to the virus (the average time for the antibody to be detected is two to eight weeks after exposure to the virus); once a year if you are at increased risk of being exposed to the virus; when your doctor thinks that your signs and symptoms may be due to HIV; before becoming pregnant or when pregnant

Specimen

A blood sample collected from a vein in your arm; there are also tests available that can be performed on oral fluid.

Test Preparation

None