Screens for the three most common viruses that are known to cause acute hepatitis: A, B, and C.
This test detects infection with either of these common sexually transmitted organisms.
IgM antibodies to the Hepatitis A virus suggest a current or recent Hepatitis A viral infection.
Looks for IgM antibodies to the core portion of the Hepatitis B virus circulating in the bloodstream.
This test checks for proteins produced by the Hepatitis B virus in the bloodstream.
This test detects antibodies to Hepatitis C virus, which may indicate a current or previous infection.
This test can be used to differentiate between Herpes Type 1 and Type 2 infections.
This is the most sensitive screening test for HIV currently available.
Checks for immunity to the varicella virus that causes chickenpox and shingles.
This detects antibodies to treponemal bacteria that cause syphilis, yaws, pinta and bejil.
This test is used to screen for syphilis, and to monitor the course of treatment.
This test uses PCR technology to detect DNA from the organism that causes syphilis.