IgG, IgA, Indirect Immunofluorescence

The IgG, IgA, Indirect Immunofluorescence test contains 1 test with 2 biomarkers.

These studies are complementary diagnostic and prognostic tools for autoimmune blistering diseases, connective tissue disorders, and vasculitides. It is a semiquantitative technique whereby a double immunolabeling is performed to evaluate the presence and titer of circulating anti-epithelial cell surface, anti-basement membrane, anti-nuclear, and antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies.

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Also known as: Cutaneous Indirect, IgG IgA Indirect Immunofluorescence

IgG,Iga, Indirect

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