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Question Antibody Titer Before Electives

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Lotsa ppl have told me different things about getting the titres done for applying to electives. Some told me getting IgG titres is enough and some told me IgG and IgM both are required. Please guide me....
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To indicate a long term life long immunity they usually do IgG titers.

I am just wondering why you are asking? You just go to the lab and ask them to do for you the titers. You don't need to indicate the antibody type
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Hello ppl,

Lotsa ppl have told me different things about getting the titres done for applying to electives. Some told me getting IgG titres is enough and some told me IgG and IgM both are required. Please guide me....
u require only the igG titres.. they should cost you 5 k only.. i had enquired in a lab who gets them done through metropolis.
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u require only the igG titres.. they should cost you 5 k only.. i had enquired in a lab who gets them done through metropolis.
Thanks for the info wenskyrose, that really helped !
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