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Virus Hepatitis B Window Antibody

In Hepatitis B Virus Window period , which type of anti core antibody increase is it IgG or IgM?
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Anti HBc IgM in acute infection and Anti HBc IgG in chronic infection.

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Anti HBc IgM in acute infection and Anti HBc IgG in chronic infection.

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thanks alot but I am asking about windoow period exactly????
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assume IgM.
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thanks alot but I am asking about windoow period exactly????
IgM, the window period is seen in acute infection only.

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