Seroconversion

What is Seroconversion?

Seroconversion is the development of detectable specific antibodies to microorganisms in the blood serum as a result of infection or immunization. Before the seroconversion point, the antigen is prevalent and the corresponding antibody is not detectable in sera. After seroconversion, the antibody becomes prevalent and the corresponding antigen is no longer detectable in sera.

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Sir my name is XXXX i got married 7 years ago on that time iam contacted with my husband due to some reasons we got divorsed after one year but i...

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Remote chances of seroconversion after years....

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Practically chances of seroconversion after years are very low....

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emergency question. .. my lymph nodes have been swelling in my neck.. first it started under my chin now all around my neck over the past two...

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May go for the USG Neck and FNAC of the enlarged lymphnode

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I have gone through your question and understand...

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hi doctor, I had unprotected sex with sex worker before 4 months, and I taken HIV duo test for after 3 months of exposure.. it's negative.. should...

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HIV negative and Conclusive.

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