Know your TRUE level of Immunity against COVID-19 with ImmuniTest™

ImmuniTest™ is an antibody test that provides a simple way to gain an understanding into your personal protection against COVID-19. Whether you're considering a booster shot, have previously recovered from a COVID-19 infection, been vaccinated by any of the FDA-approved vaccines, or are merely interested in knowing if you have any immunity from COVID-19 — ImmuniTest's neutralizing antibody test gives you the answers you need.

How Protected Are You?

ImmuniTest™ uses a COVID-19 specific antibody test that can directly identify neutralizing antibodies that prevent the virus from infecting the cells. Knowing your level of protection can help you make a more informed medical decision when discussing results with your healthcare provider.

What is a Neutralizing Antibody (nAb)?

A neutralizing antibody (nAb) is a type of antibody that is responsible for defending human cells from pathogens – the organisms that cause disease.

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Importance of SARS-CoV-2 Neutralizing Antibodies (nAbs)

nAbs produced by COVID-19 patients can block viral infection of human cells. SARS-CoV-2 nAbs are therefore significant contributors to protective responses against

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SARS-CoV-2 Neutralizing Antibodies and Vaccine Efficacy

Depending on the type of vaccine and when you were vaccinated for COVID-19, you may or may not currently have a sufficient level of SARS-CoV-2 nAbs to block the

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Not All Immunity is the Same

Neutralizing antibodies (nAbs) are not the same as binding or IgG antibodies – which are responsible for binding to a pathogen and alerting the immune system

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Know Your Number

ImmuniTest™ can track your level of nAbs over time. The test helps determine if you have effective neutralizing antibody levels or if your risk of COVID-19 infection

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Virus Neutralization

Because SARS-CoV-2 nAbs neutralize the virus and prevent further infection, higher levels of SARS-CoV-2 nAbs gives you better protection against new exposures

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The Importance of Neutralizing Antibodies

Neutralizing antibodies (nAbs) produced by a COVID-19 infection or vaccination are not only responsible for blocking the entry of COVID-19 into a cell so that it is unable to infect healthy cells, but they also prevent the virus from replicating and causing further severe infection. Binding or IgG antibodies only tell us if we have had a response to a COVID-19 infection or vaccine but they do not indicate how effective our immune response may be. Because our bodies develop nAbs that are specific to a particular pathogen, ImmuniTest™ allows you to discover your level of protection against COVID-19 by detecting the amount of COVID-19 specific nAbs in your system. These nAbs bind directly to the spike protein stopping COVID-19 from infecting our cells. That is how and why nAbs provide a better measure of COVID-19 resistance than a general binding antibody test. ImmuniTest™ is therefore the ultimate way to gain knowledge about your individual protection level against COVID-19.

Fast & Reliable Results

ImmuniTest™ is run at a high complexity CLIA and COLA accredited lab.

Discover Your Level of Protection

ImmuniTest™ reports the percent of neutralization of your current immune response to a COVID-19 vaccine or a previous infection.

Understanding Your Immunity

Knowing your level of protection gives you a powerful tool when discussing test results and deciding what steps to take next with your healthcare provider.

Get Tested with ImmuniTest™ DTC in 4 Easy Steps

ImmuniTest™ Direct to Consumer can give you the answers you need to make informed decisions from the convenience of your home.

Order ImmuniTest™

Place your order on our secure online portal.

Collect Sample

Our DTC collection device is simple and easy to use.

Get Your Personal Report

You will receive a text message when your results are ready for viewing.

Discuss your Results 

Discuss your results with your healthcare provider or request a consultation with one of our telehealth consultants.

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    Frequently Asked Questions About Neutralizing Antibodies - nAbs

    What is a COVID-19 neutralizing antibody test?

    A neutralizing antibody test for COVID-19 is a more sensitive test to find out if you have COVID-19 specific nABS and how effective these antibodies are in blocking the virus to help protect you from a COVID-19 infection. If you’ve been vaccinated for or exposed to COVID-19, your body produces antibodies as part of the immune response to the virus. It is however important to understand that a neutralizing antibody test does not tell you if you have an active COVID-19 infection.

    Who should get a COVID-19 neutralizing antibody test?

    This test may be right for you if you want to know if you have developed neutralizing antibodies against the virus. Therefore, ImmuniTest is likely right for you in the following situations:

    • If you have been diagnosed with COVID-19 over 10 days ago.
    • If you have been vaccinated against COVID-19 at least 10 days ago.
    • If you have not had symptoms and have not had a known exposure to COVID-19 within the last 10 days.
    • If you have been diagnosed or suspect you had COVID-19 in the past, but have not experienced any new symptoms of active infection in the past 10 days.

    To maximize ImmuniTest’s results, it may be best to get the test no sooner than 3 to 4 weeks after symptom onset, vaccination, or known exposure to COVID-19. This will aid in lowering the chance of receiving a false positive or false negative result.

    Who should not get a COVID-19 antibody test?

    This test is likely not right for you when and if you:

    • Are waiting for a COVID-19 test result to determine if you are infected.
    • Were directly exposed to COVID-19 in the past 14 days.
    • Are feeling sick, have had a fever within the last 24 hours, or any of the other associated symptoms of COVID-19.
    • Have been diagnosed with COVID-19 by your medical provider less than 10 days ago.

    What will a COVID-19 neutralizing antibody test tell me?

    This test will show whether or not you have developed COVID-19 specific neutralizing antibodies and the levels of these antibodies in your system.

    What will my results from my ImmuniTest™ look like and what can I do with them?

    Your report will give you a number of neutralizing antibody (nAb) levels that will correlate to a strong, moderate, low or not detected result. A “positive” result on ImmuniTest™ means that COVID-19 specific nAbs were present in your sample. Positive results are associated with strong to moderate protection levels against COVID-19. On the other hand, a “negative” result on ImmuniTest™ means that very little to no COVID-19 specific nAbs were present in your blood sample.  A negative test is therefore associated with weaker protection levels against COVID-19.

    ImmuniTest™ checks for nAbs specifically produced by a COVID-19 infection or vaccine. Your body produces these nAbs as part of your immune response after exposure to the virus or receiving a COVID-19 vaccination. Positive antibody results do not guarantee immunity, and negative antibody results do not always mean that you have no protection. ImmuniTest™ is intended to give you some indication of your present state of immunity against COVID-19.  It is important to note that immune responses may vary greatly from person to person and your protection level as identified by ImmuniTest™ does not cover all possible types of immunity.

    Patients should also understand the following regarding the results from an ImmuniTest™: (1) Negative results do not preclude acute SARS-CoV-2 infection. If acute infection is suspected, direct (i.e., diagnostic) testing for SARS-CoV-2 is necessary. (2) Results from ImmuniTest™ should not be used to diagnose or exclude acute SARS-CoV-2 infection. (3) Positive results may be due to past or present infection with non-SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus strains, such as coronavirus HKU1, NL63, OC43, or 229E.

    Are there any limitations to COVID-19 neutralizing antibody tests?

    Getting an neutralizing antibody test too soon after an infection or vaccination may lead to a false negative result.  At times those who are infected with COVID-19 may not develop detectable levels of nAbs, including individuals with a weakened immune system due to a medical condition or individuals who are taking certain medications. It is recommended to consult your healthcare provider before making a personal medical decision in all cases.

    What is our ImmuniTest™ Pricing for 2022?

    Most insurances pay for ImmuniTest™ nAb testing.  If your test is not covered or you prefer to pay cash, our pricing is $150 per test.

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