Treponema pallidum particle agglutination assay

What is Treponema pallidum particle agglutination assay?

The treponema pallidum particle agglutination assay (also called TPPA test) is an indirect agglutination assay used for detection and titration of antibodies.

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Hi , 28yrs Male 5.4ft, 50kgs .I had tested VDRL & TPHA , my VDRL results + & TPHA is negative , my RPR & VDRL ratio was 1:2, & I had took...

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Hi, Welcome to HCM.

VDRL and RPR positive whereas TPHA negative means that you are not having Syphilis at all. This is called as biological false...

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Hi doctor, after 10hours taking vaccine for hepatitis A & B, i do a blood test...and the test for VDRL is reactive. is it possible that the...

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Welcome to HCM,

VDRL test for Syphilis is not highly specific.

It may give false positive result after vaccination for Hepatitis A & B....

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Hi recently i have done medical checkup for middle east in specified lab ,they told i have vdrl 1:2 ,they adviced me to take pencillin treatment to...

doctor1 MD

Hello XXXXXXX and thanks for your query.

I shall make an effort to provide you with good professional recommendations specific to your questions....

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