|what does a P24 test mean?
Sep 5, 2001
If a person has a p24+ with indeterminate neutralization(confirmatory test) done at 9weeks post exposure. Then a nonreactive antibody 1&2 elisa at 3&6 months and a negative DNAPCR at 24 weeks. How would you interpret?
Response from Dr. Feinberg
My interpretation is that the person does not have HIV.
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