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Understanding the Covid-19 Sars-Cov2 serological test

Unread Messageby Christophe » 02/07/20, 11:36

During my annual routine blood test my doctor offered me a Sars-Cov2 serological test ...

I have no symptoms but apparently there is stock so now everyone ... the test is charged 10 €.

Here are the results ... not quite understand how it worked ... my doctor told me about "residue" ???

Note also the large area of ​​uncertainty ... gray area ...

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So not being at 0.0 does that mean that we have been in contact with the virus or else?
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Unread Messageby izentrop » 02/07/20, 11:48

It is not the most reliable apparently
Serological tests make it possible to search for the presence in the blood of antibodies directed against SARS-CoV-2 (immunoglobulins type M or G (IgM / IgG)). These tests help determine if the person has been infected with the virus in the previous weeks. These tests do not allow an early diagnosis of the infection since the production of specific antibodies by the immune system takes a certain time which can vary from a few days to a few weeks. https://www.pasteur.fr/fr/espace-presse ... sars-cov-2
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Unread Messageby Christophe » 02/07/20, 12:19

The serological is the most reliable precisely ... obviously you have to have time to develop the anti bodies ...

The rapid test PCR does not exceed 70% reliability ...

In short you do not answer the question of how the test works (scale) ...
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Unread Messageby izentrop » 02/07/20, 12:40

Phone at the lab. : Lol:
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Unread Messageby ENERC » 02/07/20, 13:25

So not being at 0.0 does that mean that we have been in contact with the virus or else?

This means that the measurement is in the noise level.
I know someone who has had 0,4 without obviously being in contact with the virus.

It is the same with the igg tests on bees and wasps where the limit is also at 0,3 (for allergies)
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Unread Messageby izentrop » 02/07/20, 23:15

The procedure for the indirect ELISA test, that used for COVID 19.
In the end we compare the color of the sample with reference colors https://www.bioutils.ch/protocoles/14-le-test-elisa
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Unread Messageby GuyGadebois » 02/07/20, 23:41

izentrop wrote:The course of the indirect ELISA test, the one used for COVID 19.
In the end we compare the color of the sample with reference colors https://www.bioutils.ch/protocoles/14-le-test-elisa

Remove me from a doubt, my good Izy ... the ELISA test is the test that earned us a thunderous "The masquerade continues" when it comes to glyphosate or it is another, or if it is the same, it is valid for the covid but not for the poison of Monsanto? I admit that I get lost a little.
gardening / deadly-monsanto-roundup-for-man-glyphosate-t7275-790.html? hilit = Elisa # p355180
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Unread Messageby izentrop » 02/07/20, 23:58

GuyGadebois wrote: it is valid for the covid but not for the poison of Monsanto?
Activists do not shy away from any trickery. They have been proven to be phony https://www.lepoint.fr/societe/preuve-a ... 140_23.php .
But this is not the subject. : Wink:
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izentrop wrote:
GuyGadebois wrote: it is valid for the covid but not for the poison of Monsanto?
Activists do not shy away from any trickery. They have been proven to be phony https://www.lepoint.fr/societe/preuve-a ... 140_23.php .
But this is not the subject. : Wink:

Proven *? "We" just pretended it was proven. As for Remdesivir, like the Lancet study, like Discovery, like Recovery? Guignol 1er decided that Elisa was valid for the covid but not for the glyphosate ... Who does not shy away from any trickery? : Mrgreen:

* Ah ah ah ah:
http://www.journaldelenvironnement.net/ ... oux,100866 <<< Warning, dangerous activists ... : Mrgreen:
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Unread Messageby izentrop » 03/07/20, 08:53

GuyGadebois wrote:Proven *? "We" just pretended it was proven.
gathered eleven people (ten farmers and a local) and had a cross-analysis of their urine carried out under the supervision of a bailiff. On November 7, the guinea pigs simultaneously took two samples of morning urine, which were sent, by bailiff and according to the required protocol, one to the German laboratory BioCheck, located in Leipzig and which carried out all the analyzes of the "Voluntary pissers", the other at the Labocea laboratory in Brest, a public laboratory whose organic micropollutants service is accredited by Cofrac (French Accreditation Committee), a guarantee of scientific rigor.

I did not go to the university benches but I understand what that means irrefutable proof.

Your indoctrination is deeply rooted. : Shock: I pity you the day you wake up.
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