Aug 26, 2006
what is the difference between a hep titer that reads reactive and a hep b surface Ab that gives a result in numerical reference? Is the person with a reactive titer still have immunity?
Response from Dr. Holodniy
Depends on what the meaning of titer is in this context. If it refers to an antibody titer than the answer is yes.
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