Since microbial infection commonly provokes the host to make specific antibodies, the demonstration of such antibodies in a patient's serum is often of considerable diagnostic value—particularly in conditions in which isolation of the causative organism takes a long time or is difficult or even impossible. However, there are a number of important points which have to be borne in mind when interpreting the results of antibody determinations. They include the following:-
These points will help you have a correct determination of any antibody serology results.
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