Hiv Dna By Pcr Anal
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The Robert James Frascino AIDS FoundationHello Don,1. I disagree with the counselor's advice and recommendations! HIV cannot permeate intact latex. No way. No how. The HIV-acquisition risk for unprotected insertive oral sex is very low. If a latex condom is used properly, that very... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicinebDNA (branched DNA, Chiron Corp) is NOT PCR. It is a different technology than PCR and measures HIV RNA in plasma. DNA PCR (Roche) measures HIV DNA inside blood cells. The new Abbott test is not approved yet.MH... Read more »
Stanford University, School of MedicinePCR and bDNA technologies are quite different, but measure the same thing, namely the HIV viral RNA in plasma. An ELISA could certainly be negative at one month, but a person still be infected. In all people that have been studied to date, viral... Read more »
Stanford University, School of Medicine1. That's a little early, but yes.2. Unlikely.3. Your risk is essentially zero. It's your money.MH... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 3 RepliesGreetings,
I had possible exposure to HIV 3 weeks ago. In a week's time I am leaving for a place that doesnot have any discrete HIV testing facilities. I am tempted to go for a DNA PCR test.
It would help a lot if you can tell me what is the actual... Read more »
Posted by jade2008, 1 Reply. Can someone please tackle this? Point is, if the DNA PCR test can determine the presence of HIV as soon as the symptoms of ARS are felt, then it may make some sense to counsel people who are going out of their minds waiting 3 months for a test and... Read more »
Posted by shadow1234567, 1 ReplyThis is one good test and I pay big bucks to make sure i'm home free so I can live life to Britney Fullest world. Cause I have taken lease 31 hiv tests from eia imca and western blot and rna and naat testing and dna . all NEGATIVE WOO HOO NOW I'M... Read more »
Posted by johnnyyop2011, 1 ReplyOn June 16, I discovered I was exposed several times to HIV from March 15 to June 10.
I tested negative via an antibody tests both in April and on June 17.
On June 17, I was immediately put on Post Exposure Prophylaxis medications (Kaletra 200-50 mg... Read more »
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