AIDS serology test

(redirected from AIDS screen)

AIDS serology test (AIDS screen, HIV antibody test, Western blot test, ELISA)

a test used to detect the antibody to the human immunodeficiency virus. Home testing kits are now available in addition to the tests performed by health care providers.
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3D display with a view there is no need glasses or other external aids screen.
Because donors may be infectious for months before seroconversion, an assay for viral antigen will probably be necessary to complete an AIDS screen.
The Government anticipates the commercial kits will become routinely used by blood banks, labs, hospitals, and physicians as an AIDS screen.

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