Conform with government regulation* (designed for people who are vaccinated against covid-19)
Whether one's body can produce effective antibodies after being vaccinated with COVID-19 vaccine?
COVID-19 vaccination produces antibodies which acts as protection and increase the immunity against the COVID-19 virus (SARS-CoV-2). However, the antibody level may differ from person to person.
PANGENIA launches Total Antibody Against SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein Test, which accurately detects the level of antibodies in the blood through the principle of antibody antigen-specific binding.
|This test could be applied to current available vaccine candidates, including SinoVac and BioNTech.|
|It is specially designed for people who are vaccinated against COVID-19 to confirm whether they can produce effective antibodies after vaccination. If the test result is positive, it indicates the antibody production is effective.|
Benefits of Regular Examination
|Fully track the level of antibodies within the body|
|Effectively evaluate the immunity of the body|
Suggested Test Object
|Public after vaccination (It is recommended that the customer can require the test, 14-28 days after the 2nd dose vaccination)|
|Patients previously infected|
|Potential travellers and general public|
A confirmation email will be sent together with test details after submission of application form.
Upon receiving payment, we will arrange for you to take a blood sample at the clinic.
Upon receiving the sample, results will be ready within 24-48 hours, and will be notified via e-mail.
Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
A1 : Patients previously infected, public after vaccination, potential travelers and general public.
A2 : 14-28 days after the 2nd vaccination.
A3 : After vaccinated, regardless of vaccine types on the market, this test can be used to detect the antibody level.
It is because Pangenia uses the COVID-19 Anti-S Quantitative Antibody Test which is approved by the FDA.
A4 : For patients who have been infected, certain levels of antibodies are produced in the body.
If you have any enquiries, please contact us at 3989 6160.
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