Neutralizing Antibody Test

The Covid-19 Neutralizing Antibody Test measures the level of antibody in your body and is conducted via retrieving a blood sample post Covid-19 vaccination or after recovering from a Covid-19 infection.

The Antibody Test is recommended post-vaccination as levels of antibody can vary from one individual to another, depending on an individual’s immune system.

The antibody screening test can only be performed 14 days after your 2nd dose of vaccination.

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FAQ For Covid-19 Antibody IgG Screening

  • 1. What is the Covid-19 Antibody Test?

    The Neutralizing Antibody Test will detect and measure the level of antibody in your body from past infection with Covid-19 or in response to the vaccination.

  • 2. Who is suitable for Covid-19 Antibody Test?

    This Antibody Test is recommended for a person that has been infected with Covid-19 in the past or a person that has been vaccinated 14 days after the second dose of Covid-19 vaccination.

  • 3. Why is it important to follow the 14 days window period after second Covid-19 vaccination to check for Covid-19 Antibody levels?

    It typically takes 14 days after vaccination for the body to build protection (immunity) against the virus that causes Covid-19.

  • 4. What can I see on a Covid-19 Antibody Test result?

    The Covid-19 Antibody Test will provide a quantitative reading to indicate the level of Covid-19 specific antibodies in the blood.

  • 5. What is the turnaround time for Covid-19 Antibody results?

    It’ll take less than 24 hours for the results to be ready.

  • 6. Is Covid-19 Antibody suitable for all types/brands of Covid-19 vaccine?

    Yes, it is.

  • 7. Is this test approved locally and internationally?

    Yes, our test is approved by MDA and endorsed by IMR/MKAK and also has received CE Mark and US FDA emergency use authorization (EUA).

Quantitative COVID-19 Antibody Test

TAT: The Next Day Result

Sample Type: 3ml Blood (Plain)

Clinical Specificity 98.8%

Result & Interpretation

< 0.8 U/ml = Non Reactive

> 0.8 U/ml = Reactive