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We work with clinics, hospitals, advocacy groups, continuing care communities, government agencies, and companies across the US to provide tests to individuals and institutions that may have difficulty in accessing COVID-19 viral tests with accurate results within 48-72 hours.
When Should I Get a COVID-19 Viral Test?
Individuals who currently feel sick with COVID-19 symptoms, or were exposed within the last 14 days to someone confirmed with COVID-19 should get tested.
When Should I Get a COVID-19 Antibody Test?
Individuals who recovered from a past infection with SARS-CoV-2 (virus that causes COVID-19) may be interested in checking to see if they have developed antibodies. This type of test detects antibodies that show if you have recovered from a prior infection from SARS-CoV-2 virus, even if you never showed signs of infection.
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COVID-19 Viral Test
The COVID-19 viral test is PCR-based and looks for an active SARS-CoV-2 infection. This test determines if you are currently infected with SARS-CoV-2.
COVID-19 Antibody Test
The COVID-19 antibody tests determines if you had a past infection and had an immune response. It does NOT tell you if you have an active COVID-19 infection.
Lung Cancer Test
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.
The Respiratory Panel is a PCR-based test that determines if you have SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19), Influenza virus (Flu A, B, C), or Pneumonia (Human Orthopneumovirus, RSV).
Cytokine storm panels evaluates inflammatory markers investigated by researchers for development of drugs, vaccines, and treatments; and to study disease progression.
We provide affordable CRO services to run your tests as an RUO or CLIA-certified using your reagents or our cytokine storm immunoassay panel.