TargetDx NAAT RT-PCR test results are accepted for international travel, including China.
There is a new travel policy to China starting on January 13, 2022. A PCR test is required 7 days and 2 days before your flight date. Antibody testing will be dependent on your vaccine status. We are open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM, Saturday and Sunday from 8:30 AM to 1 PM. We look forward to serving your travel needs! Learn more.
Traveling to China for the Olympics?
TargetDx Laboratory is an approved testing institution by the Chinese Consulate General in San Francisco for both COVID-19 Nucleic Acid and Serology IgM Antibody tests for traveling to China. We work closely with the Chinese Consulate to ensure our reporting and documentation are compliant and meet all requirements for COVID-19 testing for travel to China. Book your appointment.
COVID-19 Testing for Work, School, Events, etc.
Do you have an IgM or IgG Response to Your COVID-19 Vaccine?
Have you been vaccinated with the Pfizer, Moderna, or J&J vaccine? Do you want to know if you have an IgM or IgG response? Come take a simple blood test. Our S Protein lateral flow or immunoassay antibody detects antibodies induced from the Pfizer, Moderna, and J&J vaccines. Are you wondering if you have been infected in the past? Take our N Protein antibody test and find out. Book your appointment.
We Are Here To Serve
We are a full-service High Complexity CLIA laboratory with state-of-the-art equipment and 11,400 sq. ft. of testing capacity. We can provide collection services, collection kits, process samples in-house with fast turnaround, and handle insurance claims. We work with clinics, schools, continuing care communities, government agencies, and companies across the US to provide COVID-19 viral and antibody tests. If you are interested in partnering with us, email us at email@example.com.
Should I Get a COVID-19 Viral or Antibody Test?
The type of COVID-19 test, viral or antibody, will depend on whether you currently have COVID-19 symptoms. A wide range of symptoms – from mild to severe illness – may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. A PCR test will tell you if you are currently infected with the virus, whereas the antibody test will tell you if you have been infected with the virus or have antibody response to your vaccine.
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The COVID-19 viral test is PCR-based and determines an active SARS-CoV-2 infection.
The COVID-19 antibody tests determines if you had an immune response to a past infection or to a vaccination.
The Respiratory Panel differentiates whether you have SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19), Influenza Virus (FLU) or Pneumonia (Human Orthopneumovirus, RSV).
The Lung Cancer Detector Test (LCDT1) detects early Lung Cancer. This test is indicated in patients with an indeterminate lung nodule. Smokers may benefit from this test
Cytokine storm panels evaluates inflammatory markers investigated by researchers for development of drugs, vaccines, and treatments; and to study disease progression.