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PARVOVIRUS B19 ANTIBODY, IgG
Number 641
CPT Code 86747
Alias HUMAN PARVOVIRUS B19 IGG
Specimen Container SST
Specimen Type Serum
Turn Around Time 
Days Performed 
Reference Range <9.0 index
Alternate Specimen Red Top
Volume 1 mL Serum
Stability Ambient 14 Days
Stability Refrigerated 14 Days
Stability Frozen 14 Days
Patient Preparation 
Methodology 

Enzyme immunoassay (EIA)

Limitations 
Rejection Criteria 

Hemolysis; lipemia; gross bacterial contamination

Additional Instructions 

IgM antibodies are detectable two weeks after exposure. IgG antibody production usually occurs 18 to 24 days after exposure. The presence of IgM antibodies to parvovirus B19 provide definite evidence of recent infection.

Performing Laboratory Reference Laboratory
TagsHUMAN, PARVO, B19

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Primex Clinical Laboratories strives to provide clients with quality testing services to better support patient health. With the ongoing pandemic, COVID-19 testing has become high in demand yet testing supplies are limited.

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