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Mar 15, 1999

Does the seroconversion period of other diseases differ from the HIV disease? Is there any difference between the recognition and antibody response in time of HIV agents and other pathogenic agents?

Response from Dr. Holodniy

Great question! It has not been studied well outside of a few studies with HCV or HBV. The seroconversion here tends to be a bit longer, but is still on the order of several weeks. MH



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