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France Window Period
      #23265 - 10/12/01 03:24 AM

This is information from France!

The tests ELISA and Blot Western These tests seek the antibodies which appear 3 to 6 weeks after the contamination and definitively remain positive. In rare cases, they are positivent more tardily, but if, 3 months after a situation at the risk, they are always negative, it is that there was not contamination. A positive test ELISA is not modified by the processing. The seropositive adult people for the VIH whose viral load became undetectable with the processing do not become again " séronégatives ". It in is not the same for the tests which detect the virus or of the components of the virus.



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Re: France Window Period new
      #23274 - 10/12/01 02:06 PM

VIVA LA FRance !

I never thought I would say that .



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