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Hepatitis B Antibody (Anti-HBs)

Anti-HBs tests determine the relative abundance of neutralizing antibodies against HBsAg. Anti-HBs can be related to one’s permanent immunity against hepatitis B infection

Anti-HBs tests examine the immune response against hepatis B virus. A positive response implies the patient has developed immunity against HB and can be protected from future hepatitis infection.

About Using Reagent

  • Sample Types

    whole blood, plasma, serum
  • Reaction Time

    15 mins
  • Detection Range

    0-500 mIU/mL
  • Indication

    Checking the effectiveness of the hepatitis B treatment, Analysis of titer after hepatitis B vaccination

In Your Medical Field

Anti-HBs is produced after the patient recovers from hepatitis B or after the vaccination. The positive result from the Anti-HBs test indicates the patient has developed immunity enough to protect from further infection. One can run Anti-HBs tests in clinics with limited access to full-sized test facilities.